Can a biologist fix a radio?--Or, what I learned while studying apoptosis.
Cancer Cell. 2002 Sep; 2(3):179-82
Lazebnik Y. Cancer Cell. 2002 Sep; 2(3):179-82
This article describes how cell and molecular biologists work to understand how cells function and compares their way of tackling a problem, any problem, with that of engineers. The story of the rise and fall of one-size-fits all explanations of complex phenomena in biology is exhilarating and is the apex of the paper.
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