Rico Rojas

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Darwin’s Ducks

Part I. Darwin’s Ducks Upon turning over the back cover of On The Origin of Species, I was left with the overwhelming urge to hug Charles Darwin to let him know that he was doing good and that everyone loves him. There is a cold British sorrow, like a gray winter rain, that pervades his […]

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The Genesis of the lac Operon

One of my favorite things to do when I start studying something new is to go back as far as I can in the literature to look for the primordial kernel of the idea, or field, that I’m interested in. My thesis advisor Jacquito taught me to do this. For example, the idea that plant […]

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Starblaze

Spirit Guide pup@nyu.edu

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Anthony Amador

Undergraduate aca455@nyu.edu

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Dylan Fitzmaurice

Research Technician dylan.fitzmaurice@nyu.eduWebsite

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Zarina Akbary

Ph.D. Student za505@nyu.edu

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Guy Mason

Ph.D. Student gdm295@nyu.edu

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Felix Barber

Postdoctoral Scholar felixbarber@nyu.eduLinkedIn

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David Gomez

Postdoctoral Scholar hg2412@nyu.edu

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DNA, RNA, and the Black Panther Party

There was one more great story that came out of Copenhagen. My hosts Kim and Namiko work with a guy called Stanley who is an old-school third-generation molecular microbiologist…third generation meaning that he did his postdoc with a guy named Jon Beckwith, who himself studied with Jacob and Monod in Paris, who are of course […]

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