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- n. a scientist who specializes in molecular biology
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- n. a biologist who studies the structure and activity of macromolecules essential to life
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Where Aposhian had seemed disoriented, Jeffrey Brent, a medical doctor who is one of around 250 board-certified medical toxicologists in the United States and is the former president of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, appeared measured and deliberate; where Byers’s behavior had been occasionally bizarre, the London-based molecular biologist Stephen Bustin was devastatingly blunt.
Natural selection is forever tweaking, adjusting the trim, ‘tinkering’ as the great French molecular biologist François Jacob put it.
Arthur Peacocke, the distinguished British molecular biologist who subsequently became an Anglican priest and has written extensively about the interface between biology and faith, has recently published a book entitled Evolution: The Disguised Friend of Faith?