Robert “Buzz” Baldwin, Early Expert in Protein Structures, Dies
Robert “Buzz” Baldwin, Early Expert in Protein Structures, Dies
Research by the Stanford University School of Medicine professor revealed how newly formed strings of amino acids fold into complex three-dimensional shapes.
Robert “Buzz” Baldwin, Early Expert in Protein Structures, Dies
Robert “Buzz” Baldwin, Early Expert in Protein Structures, Dies

Research by the Stanford University School of Medicine professor revealed how newly formed strings of amino acids fold into complex three-dimensional shapes.

Research by the Stanford University School of Medicine professor revealed how newly formed strings of amino acids fold into complex three-dimensional shapes.

biochemistry
Bald Eagle Killer Identified
Bald Eagle Killer Identified
Abby Olena | Mar 25, 2021
After a nearly 30-year hunt, researchers have shown that a neurotoxin generated by cyanobacteria on invasive plants is responsible for eagle and waterbird deaths from vacuolar myelinopathy.
Fast-Tracking COVID-19 Research
Fast-Tracking COVID-19 Research
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with Sartorius Corporation | Mar 17, 2021
Identifying molecular targets for SARS-CoV-2 therapeutics.
Technique Talk: Analyzing Molecular Interactions During Monoclonal Antibody Development
Technique Talk: Analyzing Molecular Interactions During Monoclonal Antibody Development
The Scientist Creative Services Team in collaboration with Sartorius Corporation | Mar 9, 2021
In this workshop, you will learn how to measure protein interactions using Octet bio-layer interferometry.
Q&A: Brown Fat Linked to Better Cardio and Metabolic Health
Q&A: Brown Fat Linked to Better Cardio and Metabolic Health
Amanda Heidt | Jan 12, 2021
Paul Cohen of the Rockefeller University describes his study of thousands of people, finding that the energy-burning tissue is tied to a lower risk of for several diseases, including type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Famous Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico Collapses
Famous Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico Collapses
Ashley Yeager | Dec 1, 2020
A 900-ton equipment platform suspended hundreds of feet above the ground fell and punched a hole in the giant radio dish below, marking a catastrophic end for the iconic observatory.
<strong>The Rise of Cannabis Extraction Labs</strong>
The Rise of Cannabis Extraction Labs
Chemyx Inc. | Nov 20, 2020
Scientists in cannabis extraction laboratories are bravely pioneering a new field of agro-chemical engineering.
Origins Reimagined
Origins Reimagined
The Scientist Staff | Nov 1, 2020
Jeremy England, this month’s Reading Frames author, explains his views on how life may have started not with a primordial, disordered soup, but with smart protein assemblages.
Book Excerpt from <em>Every Life is On Fire</em>
Book Excerpt from Every Life is On Fire
Jeremy England | Nov 1, 2020
In Chapter 7, “Wind and Breath,” author Jeremy England considers research findings that point to a surprising, emergent property of seemingly disordered molecules.
Reconsidering Life&rsquo;s Origin
Reconsidering Life’s Origin
Jeremy England | Nov 1, 2020
Is the model of early life as a freak occurrence in a disordered, primordial soup of chemicals wrong?