Heather Dawes

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It is a rare twenty-first century biologist who hasn’t found themselves at some point dreaming of a simpler, less administrative, more collegial time in research. For some, that dream may entail a(More)
How has genomics changed our view of biology lately? If one focuses on much-discussed rivalries between certain sequencing groups, one could easily argue, 'not much'. But look a little bit closer at(More)
masculinity. ‘I should imagine, when they opened up the Y-chromosome, scientists thought they knew what they would see,’ wrote Caitlin Moran in the Times of London. ‘A pile of old vinyl. The off-side(More)
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