Where the coronavirus originated remains a mystery, and the Chinese are bucking demands to let investigators see more.
The relationship between two proteins, one essential to mitochondrial fission and the other found in Alzheimer’s tissue, might hold the key to how disease alters the fission–fusion balance.
Preliminary evidence seems to suggest that someone who’s vaccinated is less likely transmit the virus, but the proof is not yet ironclad.
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Beronda L. Montgomery
MSU Foundation Professor
Beronda Montgomery posted on Twitter: “What’s a thing that you were ‘mentored’ not to do, but you pursued it & it’s worked out well?” She shares what she learned from the responses. Read More
Rajini Rao writes that up to 20% of the population has some hearing loss, so when you don’t use the microphone at a meeting, you are projecting your ableism, not your voice. Read More
Pete Kennelly proposes that online labs should be designed with an eye to enhancing student participation and maintaining causal connections. Read More
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