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Chemical and Biological Physics

The nucleus of a fruit fly larva’s muscle cell. The long chains of DNA (red) are attached to the nuclear lamina (green) – the inner layer of the nuclear membrane
05.09.2021

A novel imaging method reveals a surprising arrangement of DNA in the cell’s nucleus

Slow Synchronization Keeps Heart Cells Beating in Time
22.04.2021

For a beating heart cell, noise is a problem. Researchers showed that single cells can regulate their inner noise

Feeling Their Way: How Migrating Cell Clusters Choose a Path
08.02.2021

Migrating embryonic cell groups sprout “fingers” that pull the rest of the cluster through tight junctures in the developing body

All the Buzz about Pairing Up
08.02.2021

A physical model explains a peculiar pairing of tiny midges inside a swarm

Yes to Breaking the Speed-of-Light Barrier
29.12.2020

It could happen if the tunnel is long enough, but the chances are basically zero

Folded, but Not Insolvent
26.08.2020

Could protein segments be more “exposed” when they’re folded?

Fluorescent image of artificial cells on a chip. The differences in genetic composition between cells produced the different colors, which reveal stages in building parts of a virus
20.07.2020

The Weizmann Institute of Science group demonstrated the production of protein assembly lines on a silicon chip 

test tubes
24.06.2020

A shower of hyperpolarized water opens new avenues for the NMR study of biological molecules 

polaritons
13.05.2020

The marriage of matter and light is revealed through a dark state

Daniella Goldfarb
28.11.2019

In this video, Prof. Goldfarb explains a technique she and her team developed for imaging proteins inside cells

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