Scientists at The Rockefeller University have mapped the three-dimensional structure for one of the more notorious disease-causing molecules in the human body: the protein responsible for the genetic disorder cystic fibrosis. And it looks fishy.

Scientists at The Rockefeller University have mapped the three-dimensional structure for one of the more notorious disease-causing molecules in the human body: the protein responsible for the genetic disorder cystic fibrosis. And it looks fishy.

"Kicking People When They're Down" is a speech by Barbara Ehrenreich She received a PhD in Cell Biology from Rockefeller University.  She founded the Economic Hardship Reporting Project...  If you work with disadvantaged people, this is a MUST LISTEN TO show.   Program #EHRB010. Recorded in Santa Fe, NM on March 13, 2013.   The CD is $14 and well worth it. What she says all sounds true to me.

"Kicking People When They're Down" is a speech by Barbara Ehrenreich She received a PhD in Cell Biology from Rockefeller University. She founded the Economic Hardship Reporting Project... If you work with disadvantaged people, this is a MUST LISTEN TO show. Program #EHRB010. Recorded in Santa Fe, NM on March 13, 2013. The CD is $14 and well worth it. What she says all sounds true to me.

nelson rockefeller university of nebraska 1968 | Tom Geil of Oregon City, Infinity Photography

nelson rockefeller university of nebraska 1968 | Tom Geil of Oregon City, Infinity Photography

'If you’ve been a night owl all your life and mornings are your nemesis, you may be able to blame a gene mutation for all those late nights. Researchers at The Rockefeller University have discovered that a variant of the gene CRY1 slows the internal biological clock — called the circadian clock — that normally dictates when you feel sleepy each night and when you’re ready to wake. People with the “night owl” variant of this gene have a longer circadian cycle than most...

'If you’ve been a night owl all your life and mornings are your nemesis, you may be able to blame a gene mutation for all those late nights. Researchers at The Rockefeller University have discovered that a variant of the gene CRY1 slows the internal biological clock — called the circadian clock — that normally dictates when you feel sleepy each night and when you’re ready to wake. People with the “night owl” variant of this gene have a longer circadian cycle than most...

Rockefeller University, New York, NY | The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley, photo copyright Benjamin Dimmitt, 2013.

Rockefeller University, New York, NY | The Landscape Architecture Legacy of Dan Kiley, photo copyright Benjamin Dimmitt, 2013.

Fountain pool at north end of Rockefeller University Collaborative Research Center; Design by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc

Fountain pool at north end of Rockefeller University Collaborative Research Center; Design by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc

Leslei B. Vosshall: Scientist and roll model for Women in science. She  works at the Rockefeller University in  New York City. Read the article:  Nothing Smells Rotten in Leslie B. Vosshall’s Compost Pail - The New York Times

Nothing Smells Rotten in Leslie B. Vosshall’s Compost Pail

Leslei B. Vosshall: Scientist and roll model for Women in science. She works at the Rockefeller University in New York City. Read the article: Nothing Smells Rotten in Leslie B. Vosshall’s Compost Pail - The New York Times

Rockefeller University's Beaux Arts campus welcomed Dan Kiley's modernist vision.

Rockefeller University's Beaux Arts campus welcomed Dan Kiley's modernist vision.

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