mRNA

mRNA is vital. This molecule, a sequence from nothing but four nucleotides, keeps the eukaryotic cell alive by facilitating protein synthesis. Without proteins, the cell would not be alive. In like manner, the society paper mRNA is prerequisite for S.V.N.B. Hooke to become a living, animated study association. mRNA, so to say, transcribes the message that lies in our society’s DNA.
Atramentum pacis pater.

Editions

Issue 1.1

Issue 1.2

Issue 1.3

Issue 2.1

Issue 2.2

Issue 2.3

Issue 3.1

Issue 3.2

Issue 3.3

Issue 4.1


 

Functions mRNA 3.5

Editor-in-chief: Mario Roman Cabezas

Editor: Simon van Staalduine

Commissioner of Acquisition: Eva van Oosten

Captain InDesign: Ruben Sangers

Captain InDesign: Roos Kraaijveld

Captain InDesign: Erik Berding

QQ: Sara Okhuijsen


Contact

mrna-hooke@tudelft.nl