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Parallel lines: new paper on modelling mitotic microtubules in 3D

We have a new paper out! You can access it here.

The people

This paper really was a team effort. Faye Nixon and Tom Honnor are joint-first authors. 1,088 more words

Science

The plot thickens...

I have discussed “Thing one and Thing Two” in previous posts. However, I think it is befitting to talk about them some more, in light of how nuclear envelopes are put together. 677 more words

Evolution

Sex isn't the only way to get your DNA

There are three references that I added today. They, as well as others, can be found under the page tab called Additional References.

In this post, I would like to focus on the one about horizontal gene transfer. 942 more words

Evolution

Mitosis by Brandon Sanderson

I’m really bad with reading books other people recommend me, unless it’s something I already wanted to read. I generally know what I want and don’t want to read, which is another reason why I have never been part of a book club and don’t plan on joining one anytime soon. 109 more words

Reading The Why

Doing well so far & Free Friday Snippet

Today I put in a very decent 2,120 words in Mitosis. I’m very pleased with that.  The story is flowing really well so far. I’m hoping that it’ll continue. 220 more words

Amwriting

Off to a good start

Mitosis is off to a good start so far. My only plan when I went into it was the first scene in my head. And really, I didn’t even use what I originally planned on. 191 more words

Amwriting

Prague Noses, My Toes Is

Absent hypothetical lichens
perhaps have Tourettes … unlikely.

© Chagall ∞

Poetry