Just as the 20th century was marked by the development of electricity, telephones, aviation, computing, and private motor vehicles, the 21st century will be marked by significant progress in a broad spectrum of technologies, among them: molecular computing, genomics, rational drug design, and alternative energy. What will be common to all these new technologies?
They will all be possible because of a greater understanding of The World of Molecules.
Image Left: Photosythetic Reaction Center (1PRC PDB) showing Chlorphyll "Special Pair". Image shows Chorophyll molecules (green); Pheophytin molecules (grey); dihydroneurosporene(yellow); quinones (red). See: Molecules of Color-- Photosynthetic Pigments
The novel coronavirus SARS-CoV2-Wuhan, China
The D614G mutant strain-- China/Europe
B.1.427/B.1.429, California QP77P Mutation
B.1.526, NY E484K or S477N Mutations
Alpha --B.1.1.7 and B.1.525 UK
Beta -- B.1.351 South Africa
Gamma --P.1 Brazil
Delta --B.1.617.2 ( P681R...) India
Delta + -- AY.4.2 UK
B.1.1.318 Variant (new)
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