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COUNTING MOLECULES uses simulations to observe the effects of
biological complexity on our research data. By changing the variable of
an experiment, we can see what happens to our results and why.
- An introduction to designing experiments as equations - with
all the key variables identified.
- Examples of interpreting experimental changes - with and
without a consideration of biological complexity.
- A look at what happens inside a cubic centimeter or gram of
tissue during an experiment.
- A careful look at perhaps the most popular type of data being published
today - optical densities.
- Examples of what to look for when reading a research paper, reviewing a
grant, or attending a seminar.