Short of funding, a cell biologist sells her own `BlueGene' T-shirts to finance controversial research on the reovirus
Kavenoff, a 46-year-old cell biologist, will be recognizable by her T-shirt, which is decorated with an elaborately detailed picture of genes. The T-shirt is more than just an emblem of her dedication to her science: It represents the means by which she has managed to continue doing research.
Her presentation at the association meeting of a poster, dealing with a controversial theory on the RNA chromosome structure of the much-studied reovirus, will mark her return to scientific conferences after an...
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