Are digital virus, biological in nature?

A biological perspective on the cryptic malicious code. When I was 10 years old (believe it or not!) I remember wondering  why my PC (Personal Computer) wasn’t subject to any bacterial infection as I actually thought that computers were... Read more →

Selected news about mitochondria

From  2014-2016 I collected a series of articles on molecular biology. Since I have gathered enough source material please find some of the most interesting ones I have found. As this subject might be too specific for the layman, the selected... Read more →

The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins

Famed book on sociobiology publish in the late 1970’s. Built upon the legacy of Hamilton and Williams’ insights, Dawkins critically and commercially successful work on a DNA-centric view of behaviour catapulted him to prominence. Intellectual... Read more →

NR/ « News Review » of Cellular biology

“kinesin, as example of an cytoskeletal protein” NR/ « News Review » of different discoveries which occurred from June 2014 to September 2014 with an extra borderline weird discovery from the archives. As of the latest we learn... Read more →

Genetics and epigenetics an update

The magazine « Pour la Science » published a whole issue on areas involved in molecular biology. Named “L’hérédité sans gènes“ published last year. Many subjects were treated and a lot was written on current research on the fields... Read more →

C/ The Clock-watcher

Epigenetics is clearly one of the « hottest » fields in molecular biology at the moment alongside iRNA. It is surprising how far we have come since the famous “human genome project” from the late 1990’s. For those aren’t aware the... Read more →