Extinction Isn’t an End: Mining Ancient Innovation for Future Solutions

A fascinating article, which asks, “So why concern ourselves with the anatomy, physiology, and molecular biology of organisms that lived billions of years ago — presumably including many lineages that have long since perished — pruned away by the ferocity of fate and circumstance?”

Because the knowledge gained is often useful and practical.

Extinction Isn’t an End: Mining Ancient Innovation for Future Solutions.

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