Herman Branson’s research interests were in mathematical biology and protein structure. He produced more than 100 research and other articles on physics and biophysics. Branson was co-inventor of the alpha helix and perhaps deserved a share of the Nobel Prize. As the story goes, somehow someone got Branson excluded from the prize. He also wrote extensively on physical-chemical studies of sickled anemic red blood cells.
“Herman Branson, Sickle Cell Physicist.” African American Registry, aaregistry.org/story/herman-branson-sickle-cell-physicist/.
English 9H– Syntax practice. Doc is in Classroom. Do this in your notebook and label as AC (author’s craft).
Comedy papers are due tonight! Don’t be late!
English 9 SWS– Country share-out! FW#17 topics and brainstorming. This will be labeled as MD (messy drafts).
AP Lang– Dissect article for argumentation analysis.