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Jordyn Lucas IAmScience

8 days ago   |   By Bond Life Sciences Center

By Danielle Pycior | Bond LSC
Fourteen billion years ago, the universe began expanding. Four billion years ago, the earth formed. Four million years ago, humans began to roam the Earth. Four years ago, Jordyn Lucas began her graduate degree studying the origins of life in the lab of Donald Burke at Bond LSC.
“We have this really cool grant from NASA that I'm working on,” she said. “We're working with RNA to see if it would have been a good progenitor molecule for life, and testing the bounds of what it can do on its own.”
Her current research explores a topic that remains a mystery.
“No...
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