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Robert B. Darnell

The legendary double helix ought to share some credit with its sidekick, a frail but clever little thing called RNA.

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Bruce McEwen

To cure a disease, we need to understand its biological and behavioral causes, as well as the whole gamut of factors shaping people’s lives, McEwen says.

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Joel E. Cohen

Darwin's idea changed our view of the world and is conventional wisdom for today's biologists. Meanwhile, mathematicians are still figuring out how to handle it.

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Ali H. Brivanlou

With science constantly advancing, ethical boundaries need regular recalibration. It’s a task scientists cannot do alone, says Brivanlou; all of society needs to engage.

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Günter Blobel

More than 30 years ago, Blobel took the first step toward running an experiment in a cell-free system. Today, his approach remains essential to how biologists seek answers.