In the final hours of 2016, I published a blog post discussing the fusion of human chromosome 2 and its implications for evolution versus creationism in the light of Bayesian probabilities. I walked through the simple maths demonstrating that contrary to what might seem intuitive, the fusion does in fact lend evidentiary support in favour … Continue reading Chromosome 2 Fusion and Bayes Theorem: Addendum
Last year I was lucky enough to attend a talk by Dr Ulrich Keyser, a world-leader in "DNA origami" and synthetic nanopores from the University of Cambridge. He gave an excellent talk about his recent groundbreaking research, which I'll attempt to do justice to in this blog post outlining it. You may have heard of nanopores in the … Continue reading Nanopores and DNA Origami in Protein Detection
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