Through the looking glass biology and crystalography.


Through the Looking-Glass

Crystallography: past, present and future

Crystals through the looking glass

Through the looking glass: 100 years of crystallography.

Crystallography is an indispensable research tool to study the composition and structure of matter at a molecular and even atomic scale.
Do you know that the structure of DNA was discovered using X-ray diffraction crystallography?

The Ribosome Through the Looking Glass

Alice through Looking Glass after Looking Glass:

The Mathematics of Mirrors and Kaleidoscopes

Red Queen hypothesis

Queen Victoria (1819-1901) Historical Context- Alice in Wonderland

The Red Queen was right: We have to run to keep in place

Researchers test whether Red Queen hypothesis makes species resilient

R2d2 beats Mendel: Scientists find selfish gene that breaks long-held law of inheritance

Organic Chemistry through the Looking Glass

cheshire cells

Experimental Biology 2011: The Biochemistry of Lewis Carroll

Better (extraterrestrial) communication through chemistry: Isotopes and mirror-image molecules

Alice was published in 1865, three years after Charles Lutwidge Dodgson and the Reverend Robinson Duckworth rowed in a boat, on 4 July 1862.

On 4 July 2012, the discovery of a new particle with a mass between 125 and 7002127000000000000♠127 GeV/c2 was announced; physicists suspected that it was the Higgs boson.

Strategies in RNA crystallography.

Correcting pervasive errors in RNA crystallography through enumerative structure prediction

Twenty years of RNA crystallography

EteRNA – Played by Humans. Scored by Nature.


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