Biomolecular condensates “are changing our fundamental understanding of how cells work.” They were first observed and described in the MBL Physiology course. By Viviane Callier Imagine packing all the people in the world into the Great Salt Lake in Utah — all of us jammed shoulder to shoulder, yet also charging past one another at
data preprocessed in process/process-data.js These beautiful visualizations of the coronavirus include a movie of protein-RNA condensates made in the laboratory of MBL Fellow Amy Gladfelter of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. By Carl Zimmer In February, as the new coronavirus swept across China and shut down entire cities, a scientist named Sai Li set
By Kenneth Chang Osamu Shimomura, who shared the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2008 for his discovery of a glowing jellyfish protein that is now ubiquitous in biomedical research, died on Friday in Nagasaki, Japan. He was 90. Nagasaki University, his alma mater, announced his death. “Osamu was a quiet and brilliant researcher,” Martin L.