This book will undoubtedly fuel imagination and enthusiasm for research in this area and is sure to inspire the next generation of DNA researchers. A brief introduction into the basic science of DNA prepares the reader to receive exciting examples where DNA is used outside cells all based on the recent literature and some historical context.
Can science be trusted? Harvard professor of the history of science, Naomi Oreskes debated this question with several other distinguished experts from various fields over a series of lectures at Princeton University, US. Read the book review in C&I Magazine.