Monthly Archives: September 2018

How much water do you need for the appearance of life?

“Primary broth” as an environment for the emergence of life has its drawbacks. In the aqueous environment, proteins, RNA and DNA are unstable. These long molecules eventually break up into separate links – amino acids or nucleotides. The chemical combination of amino acids in a protein or nucleotides in RNA occurs with the release of […]

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Races – a relic of the past or scientific reality?

In modern genetics do not you need races? Recently in the journal Science was published an article on the scientific concept of the human race. The authors of the article, Michael Yudell of the University of Drexel in Philadelphia and his colleagues from the University of Pennsylvania and the Natural History Museum believe that the […]

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6 Steps to Successful Research Paper

Structure, methods, evaluation: With our recipe for research projects you are doing research like a pro. The thought of having to do your own research project makes you sweat? You can breathe, empiricism is much easier than your reputation announces. After all, research is like cooking a four-course meal: it depends on adding the right […]

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