Friday, April 29, 2011

What does the Scientific Community have to say to the Wedding of the Decade

We still have 89 years before I can really conclude if this will be the wedding of the century, but I think it definitely will be the wedding of the decade. =)
As the girls whine over the loss of the world's most eligible bachelor, the editor of Cell Culture tries to link the scientific community back to the society. Enjoy. But...


Ladies, please inject some vasopressin ligands into your spouse.

On Friday the 29th of April, 2011, England's Prince William will marry the graceful and poised Miss Catherine Middleton in London's hallowed Westminster Abbey. As the world tunes in to watch the “wedding of the century,” Cell Culture explores the more biological aspects of this historic union, including the neurocircuits that strengthen a marriage, the epigenetic changes that transform a “commoner” into a queen, and the search process for finding a high-affinity partner in a sea of weak interactions.
LinkTaken from the Cell (All Copyright © belong to the Cell)
Royal Wedding.
Robert P. Kruger
Cell. 2011 Apr 15; 145(2):167.

Click HERE to read the complete article from the Cell.

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