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DNA Synthesis in Space

Space is modern science’s largest laboratory, and the record of innovations and breakthroughs that have been made in space or through programs focused on space is incredible.  Technological development and scientific research have benefited immensely from out-of-this-world discoveries, but biology has a significant drawback compared to most disciplines. Synthesizing DNA, a molecule crucial to the existence of all organisms, is

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The Replication Crisis: Making Science True

The Royal Society of London is the oldest national scientific institution in the world. Founded in 1660, the Royal Society was one of the birthplaces of science as we know it today. The Royal Society’s founding ideal became its motto–“nullius in verba,” meaning “take nobody’s word for it.” Every week, the fellows of the Royal Society would meet to show

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