This is such a cool study about the origin of life. I don’t want to spoil the twist, but do check it out. To me, it’s an astonishingly beautiful solution to a hard paradox about how the first cells came to be.
Scientists think that the earliest protocells had three main components—a membrane, proteins, and molecules that encode information. But how did those come together to form life? A simple study provides a beautiful answer, reports
There are mysteries in the world and, sometimes, solutions. The beauty and elegance of this one is breathtaking.
This story about the ~origin of life on Earth~ blew my mind three different times
"Life, at its core, is about creating compartments. And that’s much easier and much harder than it might seem."
“Life, at its core, is about creating compartments. And that’s much easier and much harder than it might seem. First, the easy bit...”
A New Clue to the Origins of Life
Scientists think that the earliest protocells had three main components—a membrane, proteins, and molecules that encode information. But how did those come together to form life? A simple study provides a beautiful answer, reports
How lucky are we? Between:  📰's piece on the IPCC's #climatechange & land report & 📰's piece on the origins of life is publishing some of the most beautifully written science pieces this year.
A New Clue to How Life Originated: A long-standing mystery about early cells has a solution and it’s a rather magical one via
Early life needed three components: RNA, proteins, and membranes to hold them together. The mystery of how those membranes survived may have been solved. Nifty!
A New Clue to How Life Originated | A long-standing mystery about early cells has a solution—and it’s a rather magical one | by ⁦
A New Clue to the Origins of Life - The Atlantic
A New Clue to the Origins of Life - The Atlantic
A long-standing mystery about early cells has a solution—and it’s a rather magical one. Story via
Have you heard this one? A membrane, proteins & molecules wlak into a bar & came together to form life. A simple study provides a beautiful answer, reports.