A fun poem which I submitted recently to Ilume Magazine, along with “A World’s Ledge” following final revision. Hopefully, they like what they see. The magazine alone has over 47,000 subscribers so that would be a lot of eyes on my work, which would be pretty cool.
Sometimes you need to find a primer. Not just any primer but a specific one. This is a small post concerning the development and acquisition of a specific primer for a portion of the clathrin protein. Clathrin is a protein that plays a key role in the process of endocytosis. It’s main function being to coat the inward bound lipid bilayer as it enters inwards into the cell. Its triskelion shape enables it to have the flexibility and reach needed for this specific function. Continue Reading
As a scientist it is crucial to continue growing and learning as you progress in your field. That being the case, despite a lackluster background in the computer sciences I have come to rely more and more on computational skills in the lab. Ever so slowly the need for a stronger foundation in the tech fields has come to light and I feel woefully behind the times.
Computers are everywhere, whether you like it or not, and artificial intelligence, robotics, and coding are slowly taking over the world. Continue Reading