Accolades, innovations, and world-firsts
Often, small successes—even major accomplishments—stay hidden in the Lab. So, when we root out these diamond-like innovations, we try to spread the news to you, our audience. Based on skyrocketing pageviews, you seem to like it.
Now, as the year comes to an end, we share some of CCB's most-read, best-loved stories from 2018.
The Szostak Lab discovers that inosine could be a potential route to the first RNA and the origin of life on Earth
The American Chemical Society's Biochemistry journal featured Christina Woo in their month-long special edition, the "44 Faces of the Future of Biochemistry."
The Ni Lab's revolutionary process could help realize the first quantum computer
The Liu Lab presents two new CRISPR tools: CAMERA and xCas9
The University of Chicago awards Charles M. Lieber the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science
The Kahne Lab discovers how Gram-negative bacteria build resistance to antibiotics
Harvard's highest form of staff recognition, honors the University's unspoken heroes