An invitation to explore the archive of talks from the recent ASA annual meeting.
I have a lot of respect for the Japanese team that spent 12 years culturing bacteria from a group called Lokiarchaea.
[A]ccording to the latest Pew survey results, public trust in scientists to act in our best interests is up in the United States.
Since I’m at the beach this week, it seems like a good time to leave you with a review of Ruth Kassinger’s Slime, a broad survey of all the ways scientists and entrepreneurs are solving problems with algae.
Twenty nineteen has been a banner year for glimpses at the elusive and previously unseen.