Over the weekend I had the honor of giving the alumni commencement speech at the UCONN School of Fine Arts. Although I was a bit surprised to be there because if anyone actually looked at my transcript I don’t think
We’re happy and grateful to have XVIVO’s “The Inner Life of the Cell: Protein Packing” be chosen as one of the many great works to be on display this September at The Museum of Design in Zurich.
“Animierte Wunderwelten,” translated
So what makes a vaccine successful? First, it has to address a real concern. It wouldn’t make sense to vaccinate if the threat isn’t there, which is why we don’t get smallpox vaccines anymore (the last known case of the
Edward Jenner was an 18th century physician who decided to run a medical experiment in order to test the validity of a curious phenomenon, one that suggested that dairy workers who caught the non-fatal disease cowpox never seemed to