Ray Wu, fifth business or father of DNA sequencing?
- Philosophy, MedicineProtein & Cell
The first author, Yu Xue, first read about Dr. Wu in the ScienceNet blog written in 2008 by Prof. Yi Rao, an eminent Chinese neurobiologist, who has made a profound and lasting influence on the new generation of Chinese scientists, including us, and carefully read it again during the Spring Festival of 2015.
Ray Wu as Fifth Business: Deconstructing collective memory in the history of DNA sequencing.
- Philosophy, MedicineStudies in history and philosophy of biological and biomedical sciences
The study of Ray Wu, who was a Chinese immigrant to the United States, provides a foundation for further critical scholarship on the heterogeneous histories of Asian American bioscientists, the sociality of their scientific works, and how the resulting knowledge produced is preserved in a scientific field's collective memory.
Research frontiers highlighted in Science China Life Sciences in 2009
- Political Science
The Science China series celebrated their 60th anniversary of publication in 2010. In this context, Science in China Series C-Life Sciences has been officially changed to Science China Life Sciences…