Introducing <em>The Scientist</em> Social Club
Introducing The Scientist Social Club
Our first event is a book club for Sinclair Lewis’s 1925 classic novel Arrowsmith, which we’ll discuss with two prominent scholars during a webinar on September 25.
Introducing The Scientist Social Club
Introducing The Scientist Social Club

Our first event is a book club for Sinclair Lewis’s 1925 classic novel Arrowsmith, which we’ll discuss with two prominent scholars during a webinar on September 25.

Our first event is a book club for Sinclair Lewis’s 1925 classic novel Arrowsmith, which we’ll discuss with two prominent scholars during a webinar on September 25.

chordates, culture, cell & molecular biology
Book Excerpt from <em>COVID-19</em>
Book Excerpt from COVID-19
Debora MacKenzie | Jul 17, 2020
In Chapter 8, author Debora MacKenzie recounts an unfortunate history of baselessly blaming disease outbreaks on groups perceived as outsiders.
An Introduction to Cell-Free Protein Expression
An Introduction to Cell-Free Protein Expression
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Jul 16, 2020
Simplify protein production with the myTXTL cell-free expression system
Peace and Cell Biology
Peace and Cell Biology
The Scientist Staff | Jul 13, 2020
See profilee Eva Harris explain her early learning environment and how she sees the cell as a metaphor for human society in this HHMI biography.
Contributors
Contributors
The Scientist Staff | Jul 13, 2020
Meet some of the people featured in the July/August 2020 issue of The Scientist.
Ten Minute Sabbatical
Ten Minute Sabbatical
The Scientist Staff | Jul 13, 2020
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse.
Opinion: Anticipating the Next Pandemic
Opinion: Anticipating the Next Pandemic
Debora MacKenzie | Jul 13, 2020
Our experience with COVID-19 has already shone a light on how (and how not) to address future outbreaks.
Luis Alvarez Aims to Heal Wounds with Tissue-Regenerating &ldquo;Paint&rdquo;
Luis Alvarez Aims to Heal Wounds with Tissue-Regenerating “Paint”
Shawna Williams | Jul 13, 2020
The bioactive coating tethers restorative proteins to implanted tissues and fosters new growth, animal studies suggest.
Blood Transplants from Active Mice Give Brain Boost to Others
Blood Transplants from Active Mice Give Brain Boost to Others
Lisa Winter | Jul 12, 2020
The researchers behind the results propose that an exercise-induced protein in circulation is responsible for the benefits.
Gene Splicing Pioneer Dale Kaiser Dies
Gene Splicing Pioneer Dale Kaiser Dies
Ashley Yeager | Jun 29, 2020
Working with a virus that infects bacteria, the Stanford University biochemist and developmental biologist helped to develop a way to stitch DNA together, a discovery that gave rise to genetic engineering.