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Science Magazine likes me

It’s nice to be told you were right, even if just a bit belatedly. Continue reading

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Updating my science credentials

In the interest of advancing science, or at least not holding it up any longer, I’m making the effort to get a long list of them scanned, converted to text, proof-read (ouch! what a long process!) and listed on my personal website. Continue reading

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Hopp and Woods

My son called from college and told me he’d been using a computerized method for analyzing proteins in his biochemistry class, and it turned out to be a method I’d created once upon a time. Continue reading

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