Nature has an by Gregory Radick who is a professor at the University of Leeds about Mendel's legacy. The focus of Radick's article which is titled Teach students the biology of their time is on a counterfactual: what if instead of Mendel's work, it ... Before It's News, 3 days ago
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It was John Oliver who recently reminded us (different topic, yet relevant) that there is no use for... people's opinions on a fact.With his simple truth in mind, let's stay with facts, but those thatwere relevant in materially shaping the way our ...WealthManagement.com, 5 days ago
JUDY WOODRUFF : It seems as if there are important breakthroughs each year in the field of genetics and medicine. In many ways, we indeed could be on the verge of historical changes in how we use DNA and how we edit our biological code. But the ...PBS, 5 days ago
The future - not in our stars but in our genes: A review of Siddhartha Mukherjee's "The Gene: An Intimate History"
Genetics is humanity and life writ large, and this book on the gene by physician and writer Siddhartha Mukherjee paints on a canvas as large as life itself. It deals with both the history of genetics and its applications in health and disease. It ...Before It's News, 6 days ago
Source: J. Krueger There are still some frequentists left. ~ Joe Austerweil, while mulling a hairy Bayesian problem Significance testing is seen by many of its practitioners as the haven of objectivity, the heart of the scientific method, and ...Psychology Today, 6 days ago
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Thank heavens Gregor Mendel was a lousy priest. Had he shown even the faintest aptitude for oratory or ministering to the poor, he might never have determined the basic laws of heredity. But bumbling he was, and he made a rotten university student ...Taipei Times Online, 2 weeks ago
If by fiat I had to identify the most consequential ideas in the history of science, good and bad, in the top 10 would be the 1798 treatise An Essay on the Principle of Population , by English political economist Thomas Robert Malthus. On the ...Scientific American, 2 weeks ago
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