With few exceptions, each of us has about 3 billion bases in our DNA on 46 chromosomes (and 2 sex chromosomes). If you stretched out that DNA, it would be 2m long! How can something so long it fit into cells which need a microscope to be seen? Your cells package the DNA, allowing it…
Would you believe it if I told you that you and I, the ground we walk on, the sun, and everything else is made of the same things? We are all composed of atoms. Atoms are the smallest thing that exists that gives a substance its chemical properties. Atoms are made of two main parts….
When people hear about my art life, they always say “Wow, that’s a big jump. How did you move from art to science?”
My answer is usually simple, “They are the same thing, and I think the best scientists have amazing creativity.”