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Good to meet you...author Jenny Harper

It’s lovely to introduce Jenny Harper today. Jenny is a member of the UK’s Romantic Novelist’s Association, and I met her last year at the RNA’s conference, along with a brilliant group of Scottish authors. 1,160 more words

Authors

Book Review - The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

I chose to go way out of my comfort zone for this month’s book review, and chose a  historical novel.

The Miniaturist was an amazing debut novel by Jessie Burton. 228 more words

20 years of the the RNA Journal

The RNA Journal is twenty years old and as part of their anniversary around 130 researchers in the field of RNA biology have contributed some of their personal reflections of working in this area. 207 more words

A Reflection

The following poem was written by me when the Holy Spirit moved upon my heart. It’s a combination of Psalm 19:1-2 and Romans 5:8. One evening I was thinking about the vastness of our universe and the billions of stars. 225 more words

Prison

From Rockefeller: "Chemical tag marks future microRNAs for processing, study shows"

Rockefeller University

March 24, 2015
Zach Veilleux | 212-327-8982


Molecular sorting machine: Scientists found the enzyme METTL3 (green) tags a particular sequence within RNA molecules destined to become gene-regulating microRNAs. 762 more words

Applied Research & Technology

PwC Budget breakfast tickets on sale – business sees need for budget repair, even if politicians don’t

Former PM John Howard, who will speak at PwC’s Federal Budget Breakfast in Brisbane on 13 May

On the morning after the night the Federal Budget is delivered, the most desirable tickets in Brisbane are to PwC’s Budget Breakfast, which this year will again feature former PM John Howard, the Queensland Treasurer (although a new one this time, Curtis Pitt), Peter Switzer, and a few PwC senior executives. 221 more words

Budget

Squid prolifically edit RNA to enrich their DNA

DNA, it’s what makes us, well us! Not that long ago, before we sequenced human DNA we assumed we had one of the largest genomes around. 426 more words

Science