The research process
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In this module we will discuss the basic questions that underlie the research process.
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  1. Nucleic acids are intrinsically highly flexible molecules.

  2. The chemical properties of nucleic acid components are primary determinants in structure formation.

  3. The formation of nucleic acid structures is driven by base pairing and stacking interactions between the hydrophobic bases. In DNA, these interactions drive the formation of the double helix, whose structure is maintained under torsional stress by twisting. RNA second
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But is this a tenable position? In other words, is it only the people who use the technologies who carry the ethical burden? Conversely, is ethics of any interest to engineers, programmers and scientists? What, in the first place, constitutes an ethical issue? To begin examining these questions, let's look at some examples.

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