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Renae Crossing

Renae   Crossing
Renae Crossing is a writer and former teacher. She holds a first-class master’s degree in life science from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and a first-class master’s in teaching from the University of Melbourne.

Articles by Renae Crossing

How chronic pain shows up in urine
Journal News

How chronic pain shows up in urine

May 10, 2022
Researchers distinguish urinary pelvic pain from healthy controls — and from other chronic pain diseases
118 memories — and counting
Observance

118 memories and counting

Feb. 7, 2022
"The periodic table is your cheat sheet," Renae Crossing tells new chemistry students. "You don't need to memorize it. It is a tool for you, and I am going to teach you how to use it."
In memoriam: Frank F. Davis
In Memoriam

In memoriam: Frank F. Davis

Jan. 24, 2022
The biochemist who 50 years ago came up with a drug delivery system now used in mRNA COVID-19 vaccines, Davis died at the age of 100.
Permission to break down
Wellness

Permission to break down

Jan. 20, 2022
"The effects of fasts on cells are a good analogy for what happens when we step away from work. Let’s make intermittent resting a thing."
Farese and Walther find depth in a droplet
Award

Farese and Walther find depth in a droplet

Dec. 15, 2021
Tobias Walther and Robert Farese Jr. have won the ASBMB–Merck Award recognizing outstanding contributions to research in biochemistry and molecular biology.
In memoriam: William Whelan
In Memoriam

In memoriam: William Whelan

Oct. 11, 2021
Whelan worked on important storage molecules in animals and plants, glycogen and starch, respectively, and is credited with discovering glycogenin.