The Genome and the Adjunct

by Lee Shainen I’M NOT STUPID. However, I admit to being somewhat mathematically challenged. My first algebra class was in 1967. I was distracted. It was not the best of times for learning math. For years, I blamed “Sex, Drugs, and Rock ‘n’ Roll” for my ineptitude, but maybe I just didn’t have the math […]
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