Biology: A Science That Keeps Changing

Kenneth Miller
Kenneth Miller
14 Feb
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One of the coolest things about biology is that it’s a science that keeps changing and inventing. From new cutting edge science like Crispr to new microscope techniques that are exploring the world of the living cell, the fact that biology is a dynamic science that continues to change is the sort of thing that excites students and turns them on about the field.

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About the author: Dr. Kenneth Miller is a Pearson science author and Professor of Biology at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, where he teaches courses in general biology and cell biology. Miller’s research specialty is the structure of biological membranes. He has published more than 70 research papers in journals such as CELL, Nature and Scientific American. In 1999, he wrote the popular trade book Finding Darwin’s God. His latest book is called The Human Instinct

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