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What are Stem Cells and Regenerative Therapy? WHAT ARE STEM CELLS AND REGENERATIVE THERAPY?

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Sep 17, 2019

Quick explanation of how stem cells and regenerative therapy work for pain.

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Top 5 Worst Types of Cancer TOP 5 WORST TYPES OF CANCER

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Sep 15, 2019

Cancer cells divide, grow and spread throughout the body. If physicians are unable to control the spread or metastases of cancer cells, death results.

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Can Food Reactivate Your Stem Cells? CAN FOOD REACTIVATE YOUR STEM CELLS?

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Sep 13, 2019

Among the major superpowers of our stem cells is their ability to self renew. Stem cells can also sense damaged cells and tissues and send signals that promote self-healing. In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman speaks with Dr. William Li about the things that both enhance, and impair, our body’s re...

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Bigtincan Hub Overview BIGTINCAN HUB OVERVIEW

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Sep 12, 2019

Bigtincan is the industry's leading Sales Enablement Automation platform, empowering Sales teams to win more and be more productive every day, while providing Marketing the ability to establish ROI on content creation efforts.

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Biology Meets Engineering BIOLOGY MEETS ENGINEERING

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Sep 12, 2019

Local high school students come to campus to participate in a camp, build robots based on animal senses, and learn about the ways biology and engineering overlap.

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GenScript Biotech Corporation GENSCRIPT BIOTECH CORPORATION

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Sep 09, 2019

GenScript Biotech Corporation is a global biotechnology group. GenScript’s businesses encompass four major categories based on its leading gene synthesis technology, including operation as a Life Science CRO, enzyme and synthetic biology products, biologics development and manufacturing, as we...

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The science behind stem cells & brain injury THE SCIENCE BEHIND STEM CELLS & BRAIN INJURY

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Sep 08, 2019

Cerebral Palsy Alliance want to better understand how stem cells can be harnessed to prevent, protect and treat cerebral palsy, as well as other brain conditions.

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New knowledge of blood stem cells can provide new treatments for blood cancer diseases NEW KNOWLEDGE OF BLOOD STEM CELLS CAN PROVIDE NEW TREATMENTS FOR BLOOD CANCER DISEASES

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Sep 05, 2019

Hemophilia, anemia and blood cancer diseases such as leukemia are some diseases that could receive new, curative treatments if the secret of the blood stem cells is revealed.

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What is GMO Answers WHAT IS GMO ANSWERS

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Sep 05, 2019

Have questions about GMOs? Genetically modified organisms, GMOs, are a major topic of discussion today. Get real facts about what GMOs are and aren't at GMO Answers.

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Pancreatic Cancer Therapy PANCREATIC CANCER THERAPY

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Sep 04, 2019

Watch the story of our pancreatic cancer therapy unfold in this beautifully told documentary. The video introduces us to this hard-to-treat disease, explains the current options available to pancreatic cancer patients, and then it brings to life our treatment for locally advanced pancreatic cancer, ...

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pGreen Bacterial Transformation PGREEN BACTERIAL TRANSFORMATION

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Sep 02, 2019

Introducing Southern Biological Tutorial series. Step by Step Tutorial for our pGreen Bacterial transformation Biolab.

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Why the New Madison Logic Oracle Eloqua Integration is so Exciting for Marketers WHY THE NEW MADISON LOGIC ORACLE ELOQUA INTEGRATION IS SO EXCITING FOR MARKETERS

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Aug 29, 2019

Madison Logic is excited to announce a bi-directional integration with Oracle Eloqua, combining best-in-class lead and campaign management skills with Madison Logic’s global reach and advanced targeting. Now Oracle Marketing Automation users are able to align their messaging and targeting thro...

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The Most Extreme Places Where Life Is Found on Earth THE MOST EXTREME PLACES WHERE LIFE IS FOUND ON EARTH

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Aug 29, 2019

Earth is the only place in the universe that we know is home to life. It turns out that life can be found nearly everywhere on Earth, evolving ways to survive.

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A Bionic Leg Powered by A.I. Offers a Glimpse into Our Cyborg Future A BIONIC LEG POWERED BY A.I. OFFERS A GLIMPSE INTO OUR CYBORG FUTURE

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Aug 28, 2019

Bionic limbs keep getting better. This prosthetic leg is a robot you can walk on - and it makes decisions so you don’t have to.

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Percival Scientific Incubation Chambers for Reiman Gardens PERCIVAL SCIENTIFIC INCUBATION CHAMBERS FOR REIMAN GARDENS

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Aug 27, 2019

Percival Scientific’s incubation chambers create the ideal environment for superior butterfly emergence to populate the Christina Reiman Butterfly Wing at Reiman Gardens, Iowa State University’s public garden facility in Ames, Iowa.

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CellEctric c CELLECTRIC C

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Aug 26, 2019

The product combines the properties of a filter with precisely controllable electric fields. This concept of the smart electrodynamic filter (smartEDF) thus enables the selective disruption of cells in application-adaptive throughput in biological samples, fully automatically, purely physically and ...

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Bioprinting complex living tissue in just a few seconds BIOPRINTING COMPLEX LIVING TISSUE IN JUST A FEW SECONDS

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Aug 23, 2019

Researchers from EPFL and the University Medical Center Utrecht in the Netherlands have developed an extremely fast optical method for sculpting complex shapes in stem-cell-laden hydrogels and then vascularizing the resulting tissue. Their groundbreaking technique stands to change the field of tissu...

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Lionbridge Brand Video LIONBRIDGE BRAND VIDEO

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Aug 21, 2019

Our roots began in translation but what we do today goes well beyond – from content creation to linguistics, to artificial intelligence (AI). We create global relevance, driven by humanity and amplified by technology. Connecting our customers with their communities and driving brand awareness....

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Tall Vs Short People TALL VS SHORT PEOPLE

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Aug 21, 2019

In short, being short is being shorter than most otherpeople. And being tall, well the opposite of that. It is not my intention to depress all of you short, but the research findings are really against you.

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Introducing TurboFuge Mircocentrifuge │Blue Ray Biotech INTRODUCING TURBOFUGE MIRCOCENTRIFUGE │BLUE RAY BIOTECH

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Aug 20, 2019

Introducing TurboFuge Mircocentrifuge Safety Comes First in Centrifugation The TurboFuge is a compact microcentrifuge with 24-place capacity

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Stem Cell Therapy in Florida - Stem Cell Therapy Enhances Orthopedic Care STEM CELL THERAPY IN FLORIDA - STEM CELL THERAPY ENHANCES ORTHOPEDIC CARE

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Aug 20, 2019

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are multipotent stem cells found in bone marrow that are important for making and repairing skeletal tissues, such as cartilage, bone and the fat found in bone marrow.

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Encoding new abilities into artificial DNA ENCODING NEW ABILITIES INTO ARTIFICIAL DNA

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Aug 19, 2019

In the future we will be able to produce customized microbial organisms living factories that will make possible novel therapies and applications in biotech. Beat Christen explains the current state of work at ETH Zurich’s Institute of Molecular Systems Biology: an algorithm can write the geno...

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2020 Content Marketing Spectrum 2020 CONTENT MARKETING SPECTRUM

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Aug 14, 2019

This is a video explainer of the difference between Content Marketing, Branded Content and Native Advertising - with examples to help put it all into context.Accompanying video that tried to separate signal from noise on the different approaches of content in the business.

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What are stem cells? WHAT ARE STEM CELLS?

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Aug 14, 2019

Stem cells are special human cells that have the ability to develop into many different cell types, from muscle cells to brain cells.

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Cancer genomic testing CANCER GENOMIC TESTING

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Aug 12, 2019

Cancer genomic testing is a critical first step in the cancer treatment journey.

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What is biotechnology? WHAT IS BIOTECHNOLOGY?

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Aug 12, 2019

Biotechnology is the perfect blend of science and business. When you study biotechnology at UQ you'll learn about the scientific, business and legal requirements needed to take an idea from concept to market.

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Nebulized Stem Cells treatment NEBULIZED STEM CELLS TREATMENT

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Aug 08, 2019

Nebulized Stem Cells to get them straight to the brain. In this video we treat a man with Parkinson's disease. He started with an IV at 250 million MSCs and then did 22 million stem cells that were nebulized every day for 3 days at a total of 66 million mesenchymal stem cells.

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Impact of Biotechnology on Agriculture IMPACT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY ON AGRICULTURE

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Aug 07, 2019

Biotechnology is the use of living systems and organisms to develop or make products, or “any technological application that uses biological systems

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Biotechnology | Detailed Analysis BIOTECHNOLOGY | DETAILED ANALYSIS

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Aug 07, 2019

Biotechnology is the broad area of biology involving living systems and organisms to develop or make products, or "any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use".

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Chromatin Biology CHROMATIN BIOLOGY

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Aug 05, 2019

A “fourth wave in cancer treatment” could be emerging from a field of science known as chromatin biology, according to Goldman Sachs Research—one that revolves around the body’s mechanisms for unpacking DNA and directing gene expression.

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Exploring the Human Genome EXPLORING THE HUMAN GENOME

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Aug 02, 2019

Discover how advances in genomics are transforming medtech for healthcare with this online genomics course.

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Whole Genome Sequencing: Finding Answers for Patients WHOLE GENOME SEQUENCING: FINDING ANSWERS FOR PATIENTS

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Aug 01, 2019

Whole genome sequencing (WGS) is a relatively new type of test that enables us to obtain a sequence of the entire genetic code – all of the DNA – of a person or organism.

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Meaning & Concept of Biotechnology. MEANING & CONCEPT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY.

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Jul 31, 2019

Biotechnology (commonly abbreviated as biotech) is the broad area of biology involving living systems and organisms to develop or make products, or "any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for ...

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An introduction to TransGen Biotech AN INTRODUCTION TO TRANSGEN BIOTECH

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Jul 30, 2019

TransGen product portfolio includes PCR/qPCR/RT-PCR polymerases and supermixes, DNA markers, high efficient chemically competent cells, 5-minute cloning and expression vectors, nucleic acid extraction and purification kits, cell culture and detection, next-generation sequencing and stem cells.

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How do we mass-produce stem cells ? HOW DO WE MASS-PRODUCE STEM CELLS ?

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Jul 29, 2019

C-Stem secures cell quality (100% genomic integrity), volumes (x100 cell amplification per week) and dramatically reduces cell therapy costs (by 10 today, by 100 tomorrow).

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Top Benefits of Stem Cell Injections in Miami Beach! | Miami Beach Comprehensive TOP BENEFITS OF STEM CELL INJECTIONS IN MIAMI BEACH! | MIAMI BEACH COMPREHENSIVE

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Jul 25, 2019

Miami Stem Cell’s mission is to control orthopedic related pain and suffering by using the latest and most innovative Regenerative Medicine therapy procedures available today.

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Regrowing Teeth REGROWING TEETH

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Jul 23, 2019

Scientists at TU Berlin are conducting research into the possibility of regrowing human teeth. Sharks don’t need to worry about losing teeth. If one falls out, another one will nearly always take its place. But what about people?

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Regenerative Medicine - Stem Autologous REGENERATIVE MEDICINE - STEM AUTOLOGOUS

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Jul 23, 2019

What the Difference is between Autologous and other Stem Cells by Dr Cecil Graham MD at Stamp Medical in Phoenix Arizona

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DNA could store all of the worlds data in a single room DNA COULD STORE ALL OF THE WORLDS DATA IN A SINGLE ROOM

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Jul 21, 2019

DNA could store all of the world's data in one room. And as long as human societies are reading and writing DNA, they will be able to decode it. “DNA won't degrade over time like cassette tapes and CDs, and it won't become obsolete,” says Yaniv Erlich, a computer scientist at...

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What Goes Into An HIV Vaccine Trial? WHAT GOES INTO AN HIV VACCINE TRIAL?

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Jul 19, 2019

Can you imagine a world free of HIV? Hanneke Schuitemaker, Ph.D., Vice President, Global Head of Viral Vaccine Discovery and Translational Medicine, Janssen Vaccines & Prevention B.V., can. She’s been working to help #makeHIVhistory for decades. Here, she shares her experience working on t...

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Latest Blood Cancer Research Updates - Voice of Biotecnika LATEST BLOOD CANCER RESEARCH UPDATES - VOICE OF BIOTECNIKA

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Jul 18, 2019

Blood Cancer is the abnormal or uncontrolled growth of blood cells. The most commonly diagnosed blood cancers are non-Hodgkin lymphoma, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, acute myeloid leukemia, acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and multiple myeloma.

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Genetically Modified Babies GENETICALLY MODIFIED BABIES

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Jul 16, 2019

Do not worry about GM food. The next big boy must be a general manager.

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Genetic Technology GENETIC TECHNOLOGY

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Jul 16, 2019

We have just begun to scratch the surface of linking genes to specific genetic diseases. We’re starting to see drugs be approved to treat these rare and unusual diseases based on the genetics involved, and at Alger we have invested up and down the entire genomics food chain.

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Genetics - 1.6 - Coding for proteins GENETICS - 1.6 - CODING FOR PROTEINS

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Jul 15, 2019

A gene can be defined as the region of DNA (or RNA in case of virus) that controls a discrete hereditary characteristic, usually corresponding to a single protein or RNA. This includes the entire functional unit, encompassing coding (exons) and noncoding sequences (introns and regulatory sequences)....

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Biotech: What Was Your Best Career Move? BIOTECH: WHAT WAS YOUR BEST CAREER MOVE?

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Jul 15, 2019

Labiotech.eu is the leading digital media covering the European Biotech industry. Over 150,000 monthly visitors use it to keep an eye on the business and innovations in biotechnology.

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Stem Cell Informational video STEM CELL INFORMATIONAL VIDEO

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Jul 15, 2019

Stem Cells treat common conditions in the United States and is finally becoming part of routine treatment protocols as we continue to show compelling outcomes for people suffering from a wide variety of conditions.

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Making strains | creating genetics MAKING STRAINS | CREATING GENETICS

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Jul 14, 2019

Here are some new strains. Now moving forward, I’ll only be growing what I created with the exception of tester genetics and certified cuts from quality companies. I’ll be releasing these strains as soon as I accumulate more data from my beta testers.

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Hematopoietic Stem Cells HEMATOPOIETIC STEM CELLS

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Jul 12, 2019

An immature cell that can develop into all types of blood cells, including white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets. Hematopoietic stem cells are found in the peripheral blood and the bone marrow. Also called blood stem cell.

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In focus: embryonic stem cells IN FOCUS: EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS

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Jul 11, 2019

Why are embryonic stem cells so popular? What is left for them to teach us? Will there always be a need for them in research, clinical trials and clinical application? Find out this and more as RegMedNet puts embryonic stem cells in focus.

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Biotechnology: Artificial Embryo Testing | A-level Biology | OCR, AQA, Edexcel BIOTECHNOLOGY: ARTIFICIAL EMBRYO TESTING | A-LEVEL BIOLOGY | OCR, AQA, EDEXCEL

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Jul 11, 2019

SnapRevise is the UK’s leading A-level and GCSE revision & exam preparation resource offering comprehensive video courses created by A* Oxbridge tutors. Our courses are designed around the OCR, AQA, SNAB, Edexcel B, WJEC, CIE and IAL exam boards, concisely covering all the important concep...

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About Cyanophycin ABOUT CYANOPHYCIN

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Jul 09, 2019

This video explains Cyanophycin and the way it is used in the European research project "Sustainable Co-Production".

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DNA Technology: Gene Therapy | A-level Biology | OCR, AQA, Edexcel DNA TECHNOLOGY: GENE THERAPY | A-LEVEL BIOLOGY | OCR, AQA, EDEXCEL

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Jul 09, 2019

SnapRevise is the UK’s leading A-level and GCSE revision & exam preparation resource offering comprehensive video courses created by A* Oxbridge tutors. Our courses are designed around the OCR, AQA, SNAB, Edexcel B, WJEC, CIE and IAL exam boards, concisely covering all the important concep...

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E-Cigarettes Damage Brain Stem Cells E-CIGARETTES DAMAGE BRAIN STEM CELLS

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Jul 09, 2019

A research team has found that electronic cigarettes, often targeted to youth and pregnant women, produce a stress response in neural stem cells, which are critical cells in the brain.

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Blood Test Predicts Premature Births BLOOD TEST PREDICTS PREMATURE BIRTHS

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Jul 08, 2019

March of Dimes Prematurity Research Center Stanford University led a study into a blood test to predict premature birth.

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SiriusDecisions B-to-B Fundamentals with Elisabeth Medaris SIRIUSDECISIONS B-TO-B FUNDAMENTALS WITH ELISABETH MEDARIS

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Jul 08, 2019

At SiriusDecisions, we’ve created a b-to-b fundamentals course to help you build a strong foundation of knowledge and develop meaningful, ongoing relationships with customers.

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What is Bio-Information Technology WHAT IS BIO-INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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Jul 08, 2019

Bioinformatics is the application of information technology to the study of living things, usually at the molecular level. Bioinformatics involves the use of computers to collect, organize and use biological information to answer questions in fields like evolutionary biology.

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STEMSON THERAPEUTICS STEM CELLS FOR HAIR GROWTH! STEMSON THERAPEUTICS STEM CELLS FOR HAIR GROWTH!

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Jul 06, 2019

Stemson therapeutics is in the works for finding a solution to create unlimited supply of donor hair by creating hair-inducing derma papilla cells using induced pluripotent stem cells.

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What is Meiosis ? Cell Division | Genetics | Biotechnology WHAT IS MEIOSIS ? CELL DIVISION | GENETICS | BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Jul 05, 2019

Meiosis is a process of cell division in which a cell undergoes cell division twice to form 4 daughter cells.

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Stem Cell Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthritis STEM CELL THERAPY FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

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Jul 04, 2019

Stem cell therapy may soon become a go-to treatment option for patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and similar autoimmune conditions.

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How to Relieve Knee Pain with Stem Cell Therapy HOW TO RELIEVE KNEE PAIN WITH STEM CELL THERAPY

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Jul 03, 2019

Meier Orthopedic Sports Medicine is a pioneer in the stem cell treatment field. Our patients have experienced great improvements after undergoing treatment with us. In this video we walk you through a full stem cell treatment video using adipose derived stem cells .

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Improving cancer surgery with new imaging probe IMPROVING CANCER SURGERY WITH NEW IMAGING PROBE

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Jul 03, 2019

A study led by researchers at RCSI’s Department of Chemistry has the potential to help surgeons more accurately remove tumours and detect cancer in lymph nodes during surgery. The research, led by RCSI Professor of Chemistry Donal O’Shea, has been published in Chemical Science.

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Blender - Stem Cell Images in EEVEE for Blender 2.8 BLENDER - STEM CELL IMAGES IN EEVEE FOR BLENDER 2.8

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Jul 01, 2019

Model and render stem cells in eevee using Blender 2.8.

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Restore PDX - Stem Cell Therapy RESTORE PDX - STEM CELL THERAPY

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Jun 28, 2019

Stem cell therapy is one of the fastest-growing and most attention-grabbing procedures in the world of regenerative medicine. This revolutionary procedure uses adult stem cells, which can be found throughout the body, to promote healing and drive recovery. While the procedure holds great promise, th...

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Basic Human Anatomy || Name of Human Organs || Animation || Biology BASIC HUMAN ANATOMY || NAME OF HUMAN ORGANS || ANIMATION || BIOLOGY

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Jun 26, 2019

Basic Human Anatomy || Name of Human Organs || Animation || Biology

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mRNA, tRNA, and rRNA function | Types of RNA MRNA, TRNA, AND RRNA FUNCTION | TYPES OF RNA

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Jun 26, 2019

Let’s start with mRNA or messenger RNA, so named because it acts as the messenger between DNA and protein production. And if you want to know the differences between RNA and DNA, I have a great video for that linked here and in the description.

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Pitch Nutreact biotechnology PITCH NUTREACT BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Jun 25, 2019

Pitch for green growers meeting 25-6-2019. Interested in this technology? You can read more about it at www.nutreact.com

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Maccura H 2600-Automatic Coagulation Analyzer MACCURA H 2600-AUTOMATIC COAGULATION ANALYZER

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Jun 24, 2019

H 2600 Automatic Coagulation Analyzer adopts humanized design concept. Highly efficient and stable test performance can meet different requirements of clinical laboratories.

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Biggest B2B Marketing Challenges That We See Everyday as an Agency BIGGEST B2B MARKETING CHALLENGES THAT WE SEE EVERYDAY AS AN AGENCY

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Jun 24, 2019

One of the amazing blessings of getting to work at an agency is we get to see over 50 different companies and the challenges that they face. In today’s video, we’re going to talk about the biggest B2B marketing challenges that we see every day as an agency.

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The microbes that live with us from cradle to grave THE MICROBES THAT LIVE WITH US FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE

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Jun 19, 2019

Inside your body there are trillions of microscopic organisms: bacteria, viruses, fungi and archaea - collectively known as the microbiota. Over the past decade, we’ve learnt that these communities help to shape our physiology and contribute to our wellbeing. But there are still many questions...

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Scientists have created a living material that has the three signs of life SCIENTISTS HAVE CREATED A LIVING MATERIAL THAT HAS THE THREE SIGNS OF LIFE

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Jun 19, 2019

The line between man made materials and living organisms is getting more blurred as time goes by, and it just even blurrier. And in an age when we are on the cusp of creating designer organisms with six and even eight base pair DNA, not just four like we puny humans have, researchers in the US have ...

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KURNe #10, Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Biology, ASHBi (Long Ver) KURNE #10, INSTITUTE FOR THE ADVANCED STUDY OF HUMAN BIOLOGY, ASHBI (LONG VER)

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Jun 19, 2019

Episode ten of KyotoU Research News Express is out! Here's the extended interview with ASHBi director Dr. Mitinori Saitou whose mission is to investigate what makes us human as a biological entity

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Cell Membrane CELL MEMBRANE

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Jun 18, 2019

This video provides an overview of the cell membrane

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From Biotech Lab to Beauty Brand FROM BIOTECH LAB TO BEAUTY BRAND

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Jun 18, 2019

With a rich heritage in biotechnology, Algenist has been passionately dedicated to uncovering the limitless potential of algae to create clean and safe formulas that deliver visible results in 10 days.

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Stem Cell Therapy for Autism - Reese STEM CELL THERAPY FOR AUTISM - REESE

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Jun 18, 2019

Diagrammatic representation of different stem cells and related sources for the treatment of autism and their mechanisms of action.

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5 Things to Know About Stem Cell Therapy & Traumatic Brain Injury 5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT STEM CELL THERAPY & TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

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Jun 17, 2019

Traumatic brain injuries can be improved with adult stem cells as they can help remodel the scar within the brain and recruit new neurons to help with chronic pain.

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Break into the inner life science circle at BioPharm America BREAK INTO THE INNER LIFE SCIENCE CIRCLE AT BIOPHARM AMERICA

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Jun 17, 2019

The 12th annual BioPharm America conference, meeting September 11–12, 2019, is where startups receive the opportunity to build new relationships and engage with high-caliber strategic partners and investors.

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Your body vs. implants - Kaitlyn Sadtler YOUR BODY VS. IMPLANTS - KAITLYN SADTLER

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Jun 17, 2019

Why do medical implants like insulin pumps and prosthetic knees need replacement? Explore how the immune system fights implants and how new devices are trying to help.

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Blue-Ray Biotech TurboFuge Mircocentrifuge BLUE-RAY BIOTECH TURBOFUGE MIRCOCENTRIFUGE

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Jun 17, 2019

The TurboFuge is a compact microcentrifuge with 24-place capacity and a speed up to 21,400 x g that satisfies a wide range of applications. Many safety features ensure safe and reliable operation.

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Pain - Testing drug efficacy PAIN - TESTING DRUG EFFICACY

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Jun 17, 2019

Discover the assay developped by Neuroservices-Alliance' platform Neuroservice to learn how we test compounds to accelerate your pain drug discovery programs.

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Stem cell therapy: The power to cure STEM CELL THERAPY: THE POWER TO CURE

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Jun 17, 2019

Stem cells are the powerhouse of our body; they help us enhance the process of healing: check out further how it is done.

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Horizons Biotech 2019 HORIZONS BIOTECH 2019

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Jun 14, 2019

Video report produced by S8 Bioengineering students at the Horizons Biotech / Medtech 2019 event. Event organized by Polytech Marseille, Grand Luminy Technopole and Centrale Marseille.

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EuropaBio 2018 - 2019 EUROPABIO 2018 - 2019

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Jun 13, 2019

Look back at an exciting year of biotechnology innovations in Europe with the EuropaBio Annual Report 2018 - 2019.

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How many viruses are there? HOW MANY VIRUSES ARE THERE?

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Jun 12, 2019

Articles discussed on this Microbial Minutes, ASM's weekly update on what's hot in the microbial sciences.

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UFO Genetics 26 UFO GENETICS 26

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Jun 12, 2019

Genetic interactions with UFO have identified a large, diverse class of genes required for flower formation in Arabidopsis.

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Genetics: the leading factor causing gout GENETICS: THE LEADING FACTOR CAUSING GOUT

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Jun 11, 2019

There are many causes of gout such as congenital, inherited (localized), secondary hyperuricemia, etc., in which, the genetic factor (genetic) is the most common cause of gout.

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Acriva Trinova, World ACRIVA TRINOVA, WORLD'S FIRST AND ONLY SINUSOIDAL TRIFOCAL INTRAOCULAR LENS

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Jun 11, 2019

Acriva Trinova is the first and only sinusoidal trifocal IOL designed with Sinusoidal Vision Technology (SVT) that minimizes halo / glare complaints and provides the highest light transfer to the retina.

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Genetics 101 | Ambry Genetics GENETICS 101 | AMBRY GENETICS

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Jun 11, 2019

Genetics 101: Learn the basics of genetics and DNA and how they affect your overall health.

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New Serum Treatment Available for RP Patients NEW SERUM TREATMENT AVAILABLE FOR RP PATIENTS

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Jun 11, 2019

New Serum Treatment Available for RP Patients While exciting advancements are being made on the gene therapy front that will help many RP patients in the years to come, proper intervention treatments that enable people suffering from RP to maintain visual function are vital for two reasons. First, t...

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Advanced Therapies Apprenticeship Community explained ADVANCED THERAPIES APPRENTICESHIP COMMUNITY EXPLAINED

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Jun 10, 2019

Find out more about how and why our programmes have been created

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What are Monoclonal Antibodies | Biotechnology | General Medicine WHAT ARE MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES | BIOTECHNOLOGY | GENERAL MEDICINE

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Jun 09, 2019

Monoclonal antibodies are laboratory-produced antibodies designed to recognize and bind to specific receptors found on the surface of the cells. They are derived from natural antibodies, complex proteins derived from a single B cell made by the body’s immunological defense system to recognize ...

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Inside BIO One-on-One Partnering INSIDE BIO ONE-ON-ONE PARTNERING

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Jun 06, 2019

BIO One-on-One Partnering™ is the most efficient way to do business in the biotech and pharma industry without traveling all over the world. BIO’s Willie Reaves provides an update from the #BIO2019 Convention floor with facts and figures from the event.

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Future leaders in biotechnology FUTURE LEADERS IN BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Jun 06, 2019

The BioGENEius Challenges provide high school students the opportunity to compete and be recognized for outstanding research in biotechnology. Joining us on the set of Good Day BIO at #BIO2019 are three contestants competing for a prize that could help shape their future.

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BIO’s Competition for Biotech Start-ups BIO’S COMPETITION FOR BIOTECH START-UPS

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Jun 06, 2019

BIO’s Nareg Sagherian is joined by #BIO2019 Start-up Stadium judge Laurie Actman for a discussion about how companies are chosen for the competition and what criteria will set them apart.

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BiotechTown - Biotechnology and Life Sciences center BIOTECHTOWN - BIOTECHNOLOGY AND LIFE SCIENCES CENTER

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Jun 04, 2019

Created to connect companies, researchers and investors, BiotechTown is a private and integrated center that provides the needed environment and resources to develop innovative products and solutions in Biotechnology and Life Sciences. In addition to the office, laboratory and production structures,...

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Access to Gene-Directed Therapies ACCESS TO GENE-DIRECTED THERAPIES

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May 17, 2019

Our 'Clinical Genetics in Action' series was created in collaboration with the Royal College of Physicians and with Dr Kate Tatton-Brown and Dr Katherine Josephs at St George's Hospital, London. Clinical Genetics is an area of medicine that is rapidly evolving as more genomic tests are d...

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Turning the Promise of Gene Therapy Into a Reality: Behind Our Manufacturing TURNING THE PROMISE OF GENE THERAPY INTO A REALITY: BEHIND OUR MANUFACTURING

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May 16, 2019

How do you make a gene therapy? Pfizer’s bioprocess and manufacturing teams in Research Triangle Park and Sanford, NC, give an inside look at what it takes to produce potential gene therapies from research to clinical to commercial scales. Learn more about our work in gene therapy

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Researchers brought part of a pig’s brain back to life after death RESEARCHERS BROUGHT PART OF A PIG’S BRAIN BACK TO LIFE AFTER DEATH

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May 15, 2019

The researchers say these findings could be significant for stroke patients. Here's why.

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Biology- Biodiversity - Plant Kingdom BIOLOGY- BIODIVERSITY - PLANT KINGDOM

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May 14, 2019

Organisms belonging to the plant kingdom are eukaryotic and multicellular organisms. They have a distinct cell wall made of cellulose. Cells are organised into true plant tissues. Plants contain plastids and photosynthetic pigments such as chlorophyll.

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Virtual tour of Gnosis biotechnology manufacturing facility of S. Antonino VIRTUAL TOUR OF GNOSIS BIOTECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURING FACILITY OF S. ANTONINO

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May 14, 2019

We are pleased to present you the new video of Sant'Antonino Operations. Through extensive know-how and remarkable experience in biotech operations, Sant'Antonino plant provides process development, scale-up and manufacturing of fermentation based compounds including Active Pharmaceutical In...

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New treatment could potentially cure Alzheimer NEW TREATMENT COULD POTENTIALLY CURE ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

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Alzheimer's disease (AD) is becoming more prevalent worldwide.Four medications (donepezil, rivastigmine, galantamine, and memantine) are approved to treat AD symptoms. Despite extensive research over the past hundredyears, little is known about what causes AD or how to effectively treat it.

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May 13, 2019

In this episode of TalkingSense we’re talking some sense with Craig Rosenberg, Chief Analyst and Co-founder of TOPO. We’ll go behind the scenes of the building of TOPO as well as get the CliffsNotes version of their recent ABM study.

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2019 Could Be the Hottest Year On Record 2019 COULD BE THE HOTTEST YEAR ON RECORD

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May 12, 2019

Climate scientists warn that 2019 may be the warmest year on record largely as the result of a possible El Niño event exacerbated.

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May 10, 2019

The Professional Certificate Program in Biotechnology & Life Sciences consists of a core of courses in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals and several elective courses on leadership, communication, and experimentation - key skills for any professional in the biotechnology field. You can customize ...

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Humans Can Sense Earth’s Magnetic Field HUMANS CAN SENSE EARTH’S MAGNETIC FIELD

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May 09, 2019

A new analysis of people's brain waves when surrounded by different magnetic fieldssuggests that people have a “sixth sense” for magnetism.

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Amazing Facts About Sharks AMAZING FACTS ABOUT SHARKS

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May 08, 2019

The Bull Shark can live in fresh water or sea water. Sharks can hear a fish swimming over one mile away, and can smell one drop of blood in a million drops of water. The upper and lower jaws of the shark are able to move, unlike humans and most other animals.

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E-cigarettes are harmful to your immune system and lungs E-CIGARETTES ARE HARMFUL TO YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM AND LUNGS

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May 05, 2019

Vaping can damage vital immune system cells and may be more harmful than previously thought, a study suggests. Researchers found e-cigarettevapour disabled important immune cells in the lung and boosted inflammation.

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BioViva -- First Gene Therapy To Treat Biological Aging -- Patient Zero - Liz Parrish BIOVIVA -- FIRST GENE THERAPY TO TREAT BIOLOGICAL AGING -- PATIENT ZERO - LIZ PARRISH

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May 02, 2019

Liz Parrish, CEO of BioViva USA, shares a short clip from her gene therapy that she took in 2015 against biological aging. This is the first step to curing diseases like Alzheimer's disease, heart disease, kidney failure and cancer. If we work toward this goal quickly we could save almost 8 bill...

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A revolutionary 3D-microscope A REVOLUTIONARY 3D-MICROSCOPE

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May 01, 2019

EMBL researchers have combined their expertise to develop a new type of microscope. The revolutionary new light-field microscopy system makes it possible to study fast biological processes, creating up to 200 3D images per second.

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Future Biological Advancement | Genome Editing | DNA Engeneering FUTURE BIOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT | GENOME EDITING | DNA ENGENEERING

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Apr 24, 2019

Genome editing is a new type of engineering that has recently begun to be heavily looked into. Genome editing is when DNA is inserted, deleted, modified, or replaced inside of the genome of a living organism. Genome editing has come a long way since 2012 and the applications have been greatly develo...

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Food Production - Biotechnology - Bread - GCSE Biology (9-1) FOOD PRODUCTION - BIOTECHNOLOGY - BREAD - GCSE BIOLOGY (9-1)

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Apr 24, 2019

This video is for Edexcel IGCSE Biology 9-1 but is relevant for many GCSE Biology courses. It covers these specific objectives from the syllabus

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Catalent to Acquire Gene Therapy Leader, Paragon Bioservices, Inc. CATALENT TO ACQUIRE GENE THERAPY LEADER, PARAGON BIOSERVICES, INC.

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Apr 15, 2019

Catalent, the leading global diversified provider of advanced delivery technologies and development solutions for drugs, biologics and consumer health products, and Paragon Bioservices, Inc., a leading viral vector development and manufacturing partner for gene therapies, announced they have entered...

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Apr 15, 2019

Nathan Ledeboer, Medical Director of Microbiology & Molecular Diagnostics, Medical College of Wisconsin. An example of how rapid diagnostics can postively impact patient care. "We were in fact so successful [with AMS processes] that our providers were waiting for that result to come out bef...

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Apr 14, 2019

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Growing up poor changes your DNA and affects 10% of your genes GROWING UP POOR CHANGES YOUR DNA AND AFFECTS 10% OF YOUR GENES

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Apr 14, 2019

Researchers found growing up poor could change your DNA, leading to poor health later in life. If your grandparents went through poverty, that could affect your geneticstoday.”

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Edze Westra on adaptive vs. innate immunity in Bacteria EDZE WESTRA ON ADAPTIVE VS. INNATE IMMUNITY IN BACTERIA

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Apr 10, 2019

Edze Westra tells us about why bacteria often end up using innate immune mechanisms instead of CRISPR, and the importance of hypothesis based research.

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Apr 10, 2019

IMUREGEN is complex dietary nucleotide supplement. It is a unique complex of dietary nucleotides, peptides, essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals, which is a unique aid to boost the immune system and regenerate the body at the DNA level. Nucleotides are organic molecules that are the building...

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Apr 10, 2019

The Department of Biotechnology (DBT) is a  department, under the Ministry of Science and Technology responsible for administrating development and commercialisation in the field of modern biology and biotechnology in India. It was set up in 1986. The Mission and Vision of the Department is &ld...

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Apr 09, 2019

Our Master of Science in Biotechnology will provide you with highly marketable skills and qualifications to work in the biotechnology industry and the academic foundation to pursue further medical and professional studies. You will receive a hands-on, laboratory based program taught by world-class N...

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What does neuroscience tell us about our intuition? WHAT DOES NEUROSCIENCE TELL US ABOUT OUR INTUITION?

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Apr 04, 2019

Rick Snyder explains how neuroscience has identified that there are three areas of the body that can hold intelligence including the brain, the heart, and the gut. According to Snyder, it is important to utilize all three when making critical decisions.

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Cell Biology, Genetics & Molecular Medicine CELL BIOLOGY, GENETICS & MOLECULAR MEDICINE

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Apr 04, 2019

A look at the Cell Biology, Genetics & Molecular Medicine discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UT Health San Antonio.

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Apr 02, 2019

Want to be Apache Cassandra Certified by the Cassandra Experts?  Join us at Accelerate 2019 for live hands-on bootcamp and workshops that'll take your database skills to the next level.

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Apr 01, 2019

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Mar 29, 2019

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2-Minute Neuroscience: Facial Nerve (Cranial Nerve VII) 2-MINUTE NEUROSCIENCE: FACIAL NERVE (CRANIAL NERVE VII)

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Mar 28, 2019

The facial nerve (cranial nerve VII) has multiple functions, but is best known for its role in controlling the muscles of facial expression. In this video, I cover all of the functions of the facial nerve, as well as describe what can happen when the nerve is damaged.

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Why Humans Can WHY HUMANS CAN'T REGROW TEETH

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Mar 26, 2019

Humans can’t grow new teeth. But we’re not alone. Most mammals can’t. But many reptiles and fish can grow hundreds or even thousands of new teeth in a lifetime. The reason has to do with how reptiles and mammals evolved differently over 300 million years ago.

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How Your Invisible Exposome Cloud Could Be Messing With Your Health HOW YOUR INVISIBLE EXPOSOME CLOUD COULD BE MESSING WITH YOUR HEALTH

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Mar 24, 2019

Microscopic bits can hitch a ride on your clothes, find their way into your body, and impact your personal health. They’re part of your exposome and everyone has one.

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Economic and Laboratory Benefits of Flexible-Content Syndromic Panels ECONOMIC AND LABORATORY BENEFITS OF FLEXIBLE-CONTENT SYNDROMIC PANELS

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Mar 22, 2019

Did you know that flexible content syndromic panels can help drive down the cost of microbial testing while testing large numbers of pathogens simultaneously?

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The Bugs That Turn Strawberry Yoplait Yogurt Red THE BUGS THAT TURN STRAWBERRY YOPLAIT YOGURT RED

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Mar 22, 2019

If you think it’s fruit that colors strawberry Yoplait yogurt red, think again. It’s carmine, a natural red dye derived from crushed cochineal bugs. People have used it for thousands of years to color everything from clothes to makeup.

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Mar 21, 2019

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Carrot: Curbing Smoking Addiction in America CARROT: CURBING SMOKING ADDICTION IN AMERICA

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Mar 20, 2019

If we could develop innovative technology such as a personal sensor to track the amount of carbon monoxide in a smoker's lungs, then this and other types of interventions could help change the behaviors around smoking and potentially save 500,000 lives annually in the U.S. alone.

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Mar 20, 2019

Researchers from MIT, Columbia University, and elsewhere have developed computationally simple robots that connect in large groups to move around, transport objects, and complete other tasks. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is an independent, coeducational, privately endowed universit...

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The Future of Antibody Discovery THE FUTURE OF ANTIBODY DISCOVERY

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Mar 20, 2019

Quickly discover, analyze, and engineer therapeutic antibodies with our antibody library screening platform. High-throughput monoclonal antibody library screening has never been faster, and developability properties have never been better, thanks to the incorporation of artificial intelligence (AI) ...

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Mar 19, 2019

KingFisher Ready DNA Ultra 2.0 prefilled plates are ready-to-use reagents using MagMAX technology, which means fewer pipetting steps and faster, more consistent extractions. Simply peel off the cover, add sample, and load plate onto a KingFisher.

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Second Patient Has Been Cured of HIV SECOND PATIENT HAS BEEN CURED OF HIV

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Mar 17, 2019

A person with HIV seems to be free of the virus after receiving a stem-cell transplant that replaced their white blood cells with HIV-resistant versions. The patient is only the second person ever reported to have been cleared of the virus using this method. But researchers warn that it is too early...

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Battling the Superbugs: The Future of Fighting Infections BATTLING THE SUPERBUGS: THE FUTURE OF FIGHTING INFECTIONS

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Mar 15, 2019

In the race to keep up with harmful bacteria as they continually evolve to outsmart our antibiotics, we have fallen woefully behind. There are already superbugs we cannot defeat. And at the current pace, the Age of Antibiotics will end in our lifetimes. Childbirth, surgery, even small cuts will once...

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Broken Heart Syndrome: Can You Die of a Broken Heart? BROKEN HEART SYNDROME: CAN YOU DIE OF A BROKEN HEART?

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Mar 15, 2019

Broken heart syndrome, also called stress-induced cardiomyopathy or takotsubo cardiomyopathy, can strike even if you're healthy. (Tako tsubo, by the way, is octopus traps that resemble the pot-like shape of the stricken heart.)

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Fantastically Attainable with Synthetic Biology FANTASTICALLY ATTAINABLE WITH SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY

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Mar 13, 2019

Clear your path to what's attainable with Synthetic Biology. Pursue the next 'wow' thing with Invitrogen's Geneart gene synthesis, genome editing, and custom oligos. Explore the possibilities with Thermo Fisher.

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The Bugs That Lay Eggs In Your Face THE BUGS THAT LAY EGGS IN YOUR FACE

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Mar 13, 2019

Face mites live on pretty much all adult humans. Including you. These tiny arachnids suck oil and cell material from your pores and lay eggs in your hair follicles. But don't worry, they’re usually harmless. Infestations only seem to be a problem when the face mite population grows out of ...

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Why Babies Can WHY BABIES CAN'T EAT HONEY

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Mar 12, 2019

Babies less than one-year-old can get seriously sick from eating honey. Honey contains C. botulinum bacteria, which can produce a toxin in a baby’s large intestine, leading to a rare but serious illness known as “infant botulism.” Fortunately, infant botulism is not very common, an...

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New type of twin born from one egg and two sperm NEW TYPE OF TWIN BORN FROM ONE EGG AND TWO SPERM

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Mar 12, 2019

Sesquizygotic multiple pregnancies is an exceptional intermediate between monozygotic and dizygotic twinning. We report a monochorionic twin pregnancy with fetal sex discordance. Genotyping of amniotic fluid from each sac showed that the twins were maternally identical but chimerically shared 78% of...

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Food Computers Are Here And They’re About To Revolutionize Agriculture FOOD COMPUTERS ARE HERE AND THEY’RE ABOUT TO REVOLUTIONIZE AGRICULTURE

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Mar 10, 2019

Want tastier food? Just follow the recipe. The brainchild of Caleb Harper at MIT Media Lab, this food computer is an open-source technology that lets you engineer a climate for custom crops.

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The Most Extreme Complex Life in the World THE MOST EXTREME COMPLEX LIFE IN THE WORLD

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Mar 09, 2019

Humans can’t go too far above or below sea level unaided, but there are some complex forms of life that CAN survive at super high elevations or in the deepest parts of the ocean.

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Foods You FOODS YOU'RE EATING YOU DIDN'T KNOW ARE GMOS!

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Mar 02, 2019

The letters GMO stand for “genetically modified organism.” That means that the genes that make up the DNA of a plant, animal, or microorganism, were altered in a way that does not occur naturally. Lots of people are against consuming GMO foods. What are some foods most people don’t...

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Vitamin D and Brain Function VITAMIN D AND BRAIN FUNCTION

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Mar 01, 2019

The push to prevent skin cancer may have come with unintended consequences impaired brain function because of a deficiency of vitamin D. And although vitamin D is well known for promoting bone health and regulating vital calcium levels hence its addition to milk it does more than that.

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A gene therapy platform for treating diseases A GENE THERAPY PLATFORM FOR TREATING DISEASES

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Mar 01, 2019

Patients with the most common childhood cancer, acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), often battle the disease for years. Life for these brave kids who undergo round after round of chemotherapy in an effort to keep their disease in check is anything but normal. They are in and out of the hospital and ...

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New 8-Letter DNA Rewrites the Genetic Code NEW 8-LETTER DNA REWRITES THE GENETIC CODE

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Mar 01, 2019

Scientists have successfully created synthetic DNA with twice as many base pairs as normal, with potential implications in medicine, data storage, and even understanding how life could evolve elsewhere in the universe.

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The Bioinformatics Core - Giving life to data THE BIOINFORMATICS CORE - GIVING LIFE TO DATA

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Feb 27, 2019

Medical research is very much about data. The Bioinformatics Core of the University of Luxembourg, a group of computer scientists and bioinformaticians at the LCSB, works on unlocking the full potential of this ever-growing amount of complex scientific data.

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Would you remove unwanted memories from your brain? WOULD YOU REMOVE UNWANTED MEMORIES FROM YOUR BRAIN?

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Feb 27, 2019

Everyone has memories they would rather forget, and they may know the triggers that bring them bouncing back. Bad memories can underlie a number of problems, from post-traumatic stress disorder to phobias.

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What Happens To Your Body When You Drink Too Much Coffee WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BODY WHEN YOU DRINK TOO MUCH COFFEE

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Feb 26, 2019

It’s almost impossible to overdose on coffee. The average American drinks 3 cups of coffee per day and there is a lethal dose of caffeine, but it’s somewhere around 10 grams. And the average cup of joe has around 100 milligrams.

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Are We Ready to Edit the Fetal Genome? ARE WE READY TO EDIT THE FETAL GENOME?

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Feb 25, 2019

Gene therapy is really complicated both scientifically and ethically. But it also has the potential to do some amazing things - like treating life threatening diseases in babies before they are even born.

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World Cancer Day Colombia WORLD CANCER DAY COLOMBIA

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Feb 21, 2019

Roche Colombia colleagues joined the commemoration of World Cancer Day and shared a message about their daily actions to prevent and fight against cancer. We innovate in solutions that improve people's lives so they can live more moments that make a difference.

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We May Have Just Unlocked a Secret to How Life Started on Earth WE MAY HAVE JUST UNLOCKED A SECRET TO HOW LIFE STARTED ON EARTH

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Feb 19, 2019

Scientists have been trying to piece together the chemical recipe for how the building blocks of life originated. Now, they may have found it.

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What If Genetically Modified People Became the Norm? WHAT IF GENETICALLY MODIFIED PEOPLE BECAME THE NORM?

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Feb 17, 2019

What makes the perfect human? Immaculate features? Indomitable Intelligence? Incomparable wit? Or irresistible charm? What if you could modify your genes? What if everyone could? What are the consequences of being “better?” Many bacteria are able to combat viral infection with a defense ...

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Does Shaving Make Your Hair Thicker? DOES SHAVING MAKE YOUR HAIR THICKER?

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Feb 16, 2019

You've probably heard someone explain that hair grows in thicker after shaving, but is there any truth to this or is it just a myth?

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Maternal Mortality MATERNAL MORTALITY

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Feb 14, 2019

Pfizer’s Chief Patient Officer, Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall discusses the rise in maternal mortality rates in the United States.

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Upcycling plastic bags into battery parts UPCYCLING PLASTIC BAGS INTO BATTERY PARTS

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Feb 13, 2019

Researchers reporting in ACS Omega have developed a new approach to upcycle plastic bags into battery parts. ACS Headline Science shows how the inexpensive new method could help convert plastic waste into useful carbon-containing materials.

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Organoid Technologies in Research ORGANOID TECHNOLOGIES IN RESEARCH

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Feb 12, 2019

An organoid is a three-dimensional construct composed of multiple cell types that originates from stem cells through self-organization and can simulate the architecture and functionality of native organs. This article reviews the common platforms of organoid technology and its application.

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Stem cells converted into insulin-producing cells STEM CELLS CONVERTED INTO INSULIN-PRODUCING CELLS

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Feb 11, 2019

Despite advances in the differentiation of insulin-producing cells from human embryonic stem cells, the generation of mature functional β cells in vitro has remained elusive. To accomplish this goal, we have developed cell culture conditions to closely mimic events occurring during pancreatic i...

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What Is A Genetically-Engineered CRISPR Baby? WHAT IS A GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED CRISPR BABY?

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Feb 11, 2019

A Chinese scientist claims to have created the world’s first genetically-engineered babies. He used CRISPR, a revolutionary gene-editing technology, to deactivate a gene in their DNA linked to HIV infection. Editing human DNA in this way could save lives, but many researchers fear unintended c...

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How CRISPR Changes Human DNA Forever HOW CRISPR CHANGES HUMAN DNA FOREVER

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Feb 11, 2019

A Chinese scientist claims to have created the world’s first genetically-engineered babies. He used CRISPR, a revolutionary gene-editing technology, to deactivate a gene in their DNA linked to HIV infection. Editing human DNA in this way could save lives, but many researchers fear unintended c...

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Science DNA Video SCIENCE DNA VIDEO

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Feb 10, 2019

We needed to find a graphic style to communicate the beauty and intricacy of DNA. We wanted to create nostalgia; taking the audience back to the days of textbook diagrams and old science documentaries, such as Carl Sagan's COSMOS and IBM's POWER OF TEN (1977). Using the double helix circular...

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Chronically Inflamed, then Never the Same/ Cell CHRONICALLY INFLAMED, THEN NEVER THE SAME/ CELL

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Feb 07, 2019

During celiac disease, chronic inflammation permanently reshapes the immune cells residing in the intestinal epithelium, and the lost cells are not even recovered after a long-term gluten-free diet.

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Newly Categorized Organs in the Human Body NEWLY CATEGORIZED ORGANS IN THE HUMAN BODY

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Feb 06, 2019

A new organ has been discovered hiding in plain sight inside the human body. Known as the mesentery, it was previously thought to be just a few fragmented structures in the digestive system. But scientists have realized it is, in fact, one, continuous organ. Although its function is still unclear, t...

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World Cancer Day 2019 WORLD CANCER DAY 2019

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Feb 04, 2019

Over the last two decades, we’ve been developing medicines that offer meaningful benefits for people living with cancer. However, our work is far from done. We will continue innovating because we believe the work we do today can change the lives of many tomorrow. This World Cancer Day, hear fr...

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What Happens to Your Body After Death WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR BODY AFTER DEATH

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Feb 03, 2019

Decomposition begins several minutes after death with a process called autolysis, or self-digestion. Soon after the heart stops beating, cells become deprived of oxygen, and their acidity increases as the toxic by-products of chemical reactions begin to accumulate inside them.

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2-Minute Neuroscience: Trigeminal Nerve (Cranial Nerve V) 2-MINUTE NEUROSCIENCE: TRIGEMINAL NERVE (CRANIAL NERVE V)

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Jan 30, 2019

The trigeminal nerve (cranial nerve V) is the main sensory nerve of the head, and carries information about touch, pain, temperature, and proprioception from the face and head. It also has motor functions, which include controlling the muscles of mastication (chewing). In this video, I discuss the a...

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Cancer Cells Converted into Harmless Fat Cells in Mice CANCER CELLS CONVERTED INTO HARMLESS FAT CELLS IN MICE

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Jan 29, 2019

Scientists in Switzerland say they've done just that, in a new study in mice. By taking advantage of the "plasticity," or adaptability, of certain cancer cells during metastasis, the researchers were able to coax breast cancer cells in mice into becoming fat cells.

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Marijuana: Health Benefits and Risks MARIJUANA: HEALTH BENEFITS AND RISKS

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Jan 29, 2019

The relaxing effects of marijuana are well known, so it’s not surprising that a 2016 paper in the journal Clinical Psychology Review concluded that it may have benefits for people with depression, social anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. A recent study published in Drug and Alcohol ...

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The Crazy Plan to Deliver the First Baby in Space THE CRAZY PLAN TO DELIVER THE FIRST BABY IN SPACE

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Jan 26, 2019

SpaceLife Origin, based in the Netherlands, wants to send a pregnant woman, accompanied by a ‘trained, world-class medical team,’ in a capsule to the space above Earth. The mission would last 24 to 36 hours. Once the woman delivered the child, the capsule would return to the ground.&rdqu...

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What The Keto Diet Actually Does To Your Body WHAT THE KETO DIET ACTUALLY DOES TO YOUR BODY

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Jan 24, 2019

The ketogenic diet, or keto, has become a popular way to lose weight. The high-fat, low-carb diet is a drastic change from the diet that the USDA recommends for Americans. It’s also a huge change for your body’s metabolism.

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Harmony (Non-Invasive Prenatal Test, NIPT) HARMONY (NON-INVASIVE PRENATAL TEST, NIPT)

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Jan 23, 2019

These conditions can happen in any pregnancy- even when there is no family history- because they typically are not inherited. They happen by "chance", and although the chance increases with mother's age, most babies with chromosomal conditions are born to women under 35 years of age.&n...

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Changing DNA in a Cell With No DNA: Gene Therapy for Blood Disorders CHANGING DNA IN A CELL WITH NO DNA: GENE THERAPY FOR BLOOD DISORDERS

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Jan 21, 2019

Lots of genetic diseases come down to a small change in a single gene, but how do you treat those diseases when the cells involved don’t have any DNA?

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Deadly giant viruses with unknown genes are coming back to life DEADLY GIANT VIRUSES WITH UNKNOWN GENES ARE COMING BACK TO LIFE

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Jan 17, 2019

A team of researchers with members from several institutions in France, Brazil, and Sweden has discovered two new strains of giant viruses, which they note have "the most complete translational apparatus of the known virosphere." In their paper published in the journal Nature Communication...

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Introns: The gaps in our genes INTRONS: THE GAPS IN OUR GENES

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Jan 16, 2019

What are introns and why are our genes full of them? This film explores some of the proposed explanations for introns being so common in DNA, including a new idea based on two papers just published in Nature.

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How ChemBeads Are Made HOW CHEMBEADS ARE MADE

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Jan 15, 2019

ChemBeads are made when glass beads are coated with solid chemicals in a dry mixer machine, helping to expedite the process of screening compounds that could one day become a new medicine.

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No two cancers are the same NO TWO CANCERS ARE THE SAME

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Jan 11, 2019

No two cancers are the same. Each individual cancer possesses different biological characteristics, even cancers of the same type. These differences, which can be great or very subtle, are caused by the many distinct populations of cancer cells that can reside within a single tumor.

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What If Your DNA suddenly disappeared? WHAT IF YOUR DNA SUDDENLY DISAPPEARED?

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Jan 10, 2019

Every day you move, breathe, eat. About 37 trillion cells are working hard inside your body to keep you going. These cells are contantly replicating, living and dying, as directed by your deoxyribonucleic acid - your DNA. What if one day you suddenly lost it? When would you notice? Would you feel an...

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A New Genetic Alphabet Is Creating Things Nature Has Never Seen A NEW GENETIC ALPHABET IS CREATING THINGS NATURE HAS NEVER SEEN

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Jan 10, 2019

If you thought DNA was made of just A, T, G and C-- think again. Scientists have been expanding these options, and the resulting organisms could create the impossible. The genetic code that creates all life on Earth consists of four nucleotide bases: Adenine, Thymine, Cytosine, and Guanine. In ...

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Human Cells Fused with Tardigrade Genes HUMAN CELLS FUSED WITH TARDIGRADE GENES

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Jan 09, 2019

Tardigrades, also known as water bears, are small aquatic animals. Some tardigrade species tolerate almost complete dehydration and exhibit extraordinary tolerance to various physical extremes in the dehydrated state. Here we determine a high-quality genome sequence of Ramazzottius varieornatus, one...

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Seaweed eating microbes used to make bioplastic SEAWEED EATING MICROBES USED TO MAKE BIOPLASTIC

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Jan 05, 2019

Every year, eight million metric tons of plastic end up in the ocean, but a special seaweed munching microbe could be a sustainable alternative. Researchers from Tel Aviv University studied the potential use of Ulva Lactuca algae as a sustainable alternative for large-scale production of biopolymers...

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What Causes Gray Hair? WHAT CAUSES GRAY HAIR?

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Jan 02, 2019

While some women proudly sport a silver mane, many others face the arrival of new gray hairs with dread. The good news if you fall into the latter category: Scientists are hard at work on how to prevent them. So, what do researchers know that you don't?

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What Too Much Flavored Water Does To Your Teeth WHAT TOO MUCH FLAVORED WATER DOES TO YOUR TEETH

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Dec 30, 2018

If you're a fan of drinking flavored water, you might want to make sure you're drinking it in moderation. It's a common notion that flavored water is healthy, but due to acids in the drink, you could be damaging your tooth enamel beyond repair.

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Could Increasing the Melanin In Your Skin Protect You From Cancer? COULD INCREASING THE MELANIN IN YOUR SKIN PROTECT YOU FROM CANCER?

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Dec 29, 2018

“The production of melanin increases skin pigmentation and reduces the risk of skin cancer. Melanin production depends on the pH of melanosomes, which are more acidic in lighter-skinned than in darker-skinned people. We showed that inhibition of soluble adenylyl cyclase (sAC) controlled pigmen...

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How Much Exercise It Takes To Slow The Effects Of Aging HOW MUCH EXERCISE IT TAKES TO SLOW THE EFFECTS OF AGING

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Dec 28, 2018

If you want your body to stay young, you might want to exercise more. Scientists recently found that only people who exercise the most actually benefit at a cellular level and actually slow down the aging process.

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Genomics Sequencing: Fighting Disease With Artificial Intelligence GENOMICS SEQUENCING: FIGHTING DISEASE WITH ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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Dec 21, 2018

When Bryce Olson was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer, he sequenced the DNA of his tumor and opened doors to new treatment options for his disease. Bryce explains genomic sequencing—how to do it, and why cancer patients should tell their doctors.

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Scientists Are Using Your Body’s Bacteria To Battle Cancer, Is It Working? SCIENTISTS ARE USING YOUR BODY’S BACTERIA TO BATTLE CANCER, IS IT WORKING?

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Dec 21, 2018

“New evidence indicates that gut bacteria alter the way we store fat, how we balance levels of glucose in the blood, and how we respond to hormones that make us feel hungry or full. The wrong mix of microbes, it seems, can help set the stage for obesity and diabetes from the moment of birth.&r...

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Genetic test for dog sociability GENETIC TEST FOR DOG SOCIABILITY

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Dec 19, 2018

Pet lovers seeking a better understanding of their four-footed friends might benefit from a new genetic test for sociability in dogs. While studying the genomes of canines, Bridgett vonHoldt, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, and her colleagues discovered genes in domestic dog...

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Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Introductory PLANT BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY, INTRODUCTORY

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Dec 19, 2018

Introduction to Plant Biochemistry 2nd Edition by T. W. Goodwin from. Introduction to Plant Biochemistry has had to be a new and much longer book. Fundamentals Of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology

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The Appendix May Play A Role in Parkinson’s Disease THE APPENDIX MAY PLAY A ROLE IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE

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Dec 18, 2018

The appendix, a once-dismissed organ now known to play a role in the immune system, may contribute to a person’s chances of developing Parkinson’s disease. An analysis of data from nearly 1.7 million Swedes found that those who’d had their appendix removed had a lower overall risk ...

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First baby born using Uterus Transplant from deceased donor FIRST BABY BORN USING UTERUS TRANSPLANT FROM DECEASED DONOR

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Dec 13, 2018

Brazilian doctors are reporting the world’s first baby born to a woman with a uterus transplanted from a deceased donor. Eleven previous births have used a transplanted womb but from a living donor, usually a relative or friend. Experts said using uteruses from women who have died could make m...

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This Superfluid Is Alive, And It Could Power Machines of the Future THIS SUPERFLUID IS ALIVE, AND IT COULD POWER MACHINES OF THE FUTURE

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Dec 12, 2018

Outside of the imaginations of physics teachers, frictionless devices are hard to come by. But putting a bunch of swimming bacteria into a drop of water achieves just that: a fluid with zero resistance to motion. Incredibly, that resistance (or viscosity, as it’s properly known) can even go ne...

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Bacteriophages Synergize with the Gut Microbial Community To Combat Salmonella BACTERIOPHAGES SYNERGIZE WITH THE GUT MICROBIAL COMMUNITY TO COMBAT SALMONELLA

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Dec 12, 2018

Using a human gut microbiota model, we demonstrate that bacteriophages (phages) are able to substantially decrease pathogenic Salmonella without perturbing the microbiota. Conversely, antibiotic treatment leads to the eradication of close to all commensal bacteria, leaving only antibiotic-resistant ...

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Remarkable Women Who Revolutionized Science REMARKABLE WOMEN WHO REVOLUTIONIZED SCIENCE

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Dec 11, 2018

Ten Women Who Changed Science tells the moving stories of the physicists, biologists, chemists, astronomers, and doctors who helped to shape our world with their extraordinary breakthroughs and inventions, and outlines their remarkable achievements.

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Top 10 GMO Foods TOP 10 GMO FOODS

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Dec 10, 2018

Sadly though GMOs are sneaking into our foods more and more and this list by Eat Local Grown of the top 10 most common GMO foods are just a start. Make sure and know what you are putting into your bodies. You might be surprised. Can you guess what these top 10 common GMO foods are?

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How to Save Bees From Extinction? HOW TO SAVE BEES FROM EXTINCTION?

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Dec 07, 2018

Honey bees wild and domestic perform about 80 percent of all pollination worldwide. A single bee colony can pollinate 300 million flowers each day. Grains are primarily pollinated by the wind, but fruits, nuts, and vegetables are pollinated by bees. Seventy out of the top 100 human food crops which ...

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Can your Clone think like you? CAN YOUR CLONE THINK LIKE YOU?

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Dec 07, 2018

Will my clone think exactly the same as I do in a given situation, or will he have a different approach? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.

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A CRISPR Tool to Detect Disease A CRISPR TOOL TO DETECT DISEASE

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Dec 04, 2018

This animation depicts how Cas13 a CRISPR-associated protein -- may be adapted to detect human disease. This new diagnostic tool, called SHERLOCK, targets RNA (rather than DNA) and has the potential to transform research and global public health.

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The Next Generation of Cancer Treatment THE NEXT GENERATION OF CANCER TREATMENT

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Dec 03, 2018

Amgen Oncology is leading the development of novel therapies that specifically harness the body’s T cells, pioneering the first immuno-oncology program using a BiTE®, or bispecific T cell engager. Explore the world of BiTE® immunotherapy as Amgen scientists Dr. Dirk Nagorsen and Dr. Pe...

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Why Some Men Can WHY SOME MEN CAN'T GROW BEARDS

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Nov 30, 2018

We asked a dermatologist to explain the scientific reasons that some men aren't able to grow thick, dense facial hair. Dr. Jennifer Chwalek is a Board Certified dermatologist at Union Square Laser Dermatology in New York. Chwalek explained that an inability to grow thick facial hair is not direc...

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Your Brain Still Works After Death YOUR BRAIN STILL WORKS AFTER DEATH

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Nov 30, 2018

Recently, we proposed a novel biophysical concept regarding the appearance of brilliant lights during near-death experiences (NDEs) (Bókkon and Salari, 2012). Specifically, perceiving brilliant light in NDEs has been proposed to arise due to the reperfusion that produces unregulated overprodu...

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Designer Babies: Are We Close? DESIGNER BABIES: ARE WE CLOSE?

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Nov 28, 2018

Not surprisingly, the Crick project has reignited a firestorm of debate over the ethics of human gene editing. "This is the first step in a well mapped-out process heading to genetically modified babies, and a future of consumer eugenics," said Dr. David King, director of Human Genetics Al...

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Theraflu PowerPods: A Brew For The Flu THERAFLU POWERPODS: A BREW FOR THE FLU

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Nov 27, 2018

Electric kettles are rarely found in US homes, due in part to the lower household voltage. But they do tend to have coffee-pod machines. In fact, 30% of American households have a Keurig  machine – a system for brewing hot and cold drinks, most famous for its coffee-pods. So we created Th...

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Your Body Constantly Renews Itself YOUR BODY CONSTANTLY RENEWS ITSELF

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Nov 27, 2018

It is true that individual cells have a finite lifespan, and when they die off they are replaced with new cells. The New York Public Library's Science Desk Reference (Stonesong Press, 1995) notes, There are between 50 and 75 trillion cells in the body. Each type of cell has its own lifespan, and...

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AP - CRISPR Babies In China AP - CRISPR BABIES IN CHINA

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Nov 26, 2018

A daring effort is under way to create the first children whose DNA has been tailored using gene editing. The clinical trial documents describe a study in which CRISPR is employed to modify human embryos before they are transferred into women’s uteruses.

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How Hantaviruses Infect Lung Cells HOW HANTAVIRUSES INFECT LUNG CELLS

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Nov 20, 2018

Kartik Chandran, Ph.D., explains how hantaviruses infect lung cells by “unlocking” a cell-surface receptor called protocadherin-1 (PCDH1), which is implicated in lung disease. Dr. Chandran is the professor of microbiology and immunology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

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Inside the Labs of AbbVie Ludwigshafen INSIDE THE LABS OF ABBVIE LUDWIGSHAFEN

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Nov 19, 2018

Join AbbVie researchers Christian Ried and Stefanie Hauck as they provide a behind-the-scenes look at just some of discovery, formulation and manufacturing technologies and capabilities being applied in our Ludwigshafen, Germany labs.

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Are You at Risk for Lung Cancer? ARE YOU AT RISK FOR LUNG CANCER?

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Nov 19, 2018

Smoking is the leading risk factor for lung cancer, but 20% of cases actually occur in non-smokers. On The Doctors, our Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall shares how our understanding of the disease – including risk factors, diagnosis, and potential treatments – has evolved in recent years.

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What Happens When A Fly Lands On Your Food WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A FLY LANDS ON YOUR FOOD

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Nov 14, 2018

When houseflies land on solid food, they regurgitate saliva on it. The saliva liquefies the food for them to drink and the bacteria they’re bringing to your picnic table could be potentially harmful.

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Keeping malaria high on the agenda KEEPING MALARIA HIGH ON THE AGENDA

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Nov 14, 2018

Dr. Kesete Admasu, CEO of RBM Partnership to End Malaria, talks about the fight against malaria is at the crossroads and reinforces the outcomes of the MalaFA (Malaria Future for Africa) study to keep malaria high on the political and economic agenda.

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Why Does Blood Pressure Fluctuate? WHY DOES BLOOD PRESSURE FLUCTUATE?

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Nov 14, 2018

When it comes to blood pressure, accuracy matters. It’s likely that your blood pressure readings will fluctuate throughout the day. Readings can vary based on activity levels, food and drink intake and stress. The body’s circadian rhythm can also cause readings to vary at different times...

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Processing human urine to recycle nutrients into fertilizer PROCESSING HUMAN URINE TO RECYCLE NUTRIENTS INTO FERTILIZER

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Nov 12, 2018

Engineering a system that transforms human urine from a waste product into a fertilizer for more sustainable agriculture This sustainable agriculture research relies on a unique contribution from humans -- urine. And, once you get beyond the "giggle" factor, it's an idea that is provin...

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Personalised Healthcare PERSONALISED HEALTHCARE

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Nov 08, 2018

Learn in only 3 minutes which added value Personalized Medicine will bring to patients, doctors and the healthcare system in the future. Roche has been committed to improving lives since the company was founded in 1896 in Basel, Switzerland. Today, Roche creates innovative medicines and diagnos...

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What Happens When You Drink Too Much Water WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DRINK TOO MUCH WATER

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Nov 07, 2018

We couldn't live without water. But if we drink too much, it can wreak havoc on our brain and body. Drinking more water than your kidneys can process can throw your blood sodium levels out of balance. That's called water intoxication. And in extreme cases, it can cause brain damage, comas, a...

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Developing an HIV vaccine DEVELOPING AN HIV VACCINE

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Nov 06, 2018

The November issue of Microbiology Today explores the various topics surrounding HIV and AIDS. The five feature articles look at the different ways in which HIV and AIDS affect people around the world today, examining the individual stories of those suffering from the disease, diagnosis, associated ...

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How Millions of Microscopic Fibers Are Ending Up in Our Bodies HOW MILLIONS OF MICROSCOPIC FIBERS ARE ENDING UP IN OUR BODIES

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Nov 05, 2018

Every day, billions of sharp, invisible fibers are making their way out to our oceans and air, and into our water, wine, beer, and cells. It’s no secret that too many of the plastic products we use end up in the ocean. But you might not be aware of one major source of that pollution: our cloth...

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Breastfeeding Protects Babies from Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria BREASTFEEDING PROTECTS BABIES FROM ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT BACTERIA

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Nov 01, 2018

The infant gut microbiota has a high abundance of antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) compared to adults, even in the absence of antibiotic exposure. Here we study potential sources of infant gut ARGs by performing metagenomic sequencing of breast milk, as well as infant and maternal gut microbiomes....

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CRISPR: Gene editing and beyond CRISPR: GENE EDITING AND BEYOND

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Oct 31, 2018

The CRISPR-Cas9 system has revolutionized gene-editing, but cutting DNA isn’t all it can do. From turning gene expression on and off to fluorescently tagging particular sequences, this animation explores some of the exciting possibilities of CRISPR.

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Delivering the DNA DELIVERING THE DNA

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Oct 31, 2018

Challenges in using gene therapy to treat rare diseases. A discussion from our 2nd Annual World Congress.

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What advice would you give to people with #COPD? WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO PEOPLE WITH #COPD?

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Oct 30, 2018

We united with COPD Global to ask people affected by #COPD what advice they would give to help people live better with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease?

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Are You Safe from Syphilis? ARE YOU SAFE FROM SYPHILIS?

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Oct 26, 2018

In the US, syphilis is on the rise among men and women of every race, ethnicity, and age group. On The Doctors, our Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall shares information about the sexually transmitted infection, its risk factors, prevention, detection, and potential treatment.

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Adaptive Clinical Trials ADAPTIVE CLINICAL TRIALS

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Oct 26, 2018

In a bid to make clinical trials faster, less costly, and more successful, Amgen is making adaptive trial designs its default setting for clinical research. Visit AmgenScience.com to learn more.

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AbbVie Oncology: Breaking Ground in Difficult-to-Treat Cancers ABBVIE ONCOLOGY: BREAKING GROUND IN DIFFICULT-TO-TREAT CANCERS

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Oct 25, 2018

AbbVie oncology leaders share their optimism for our pipeline and cell-based therapies.

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How to mass produce cell-sized robots HOW TO MASS PRODUCE CELL-SIZED ROBOTS

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Oct 23, 2018

A team of engineers at MIT have developed a novel method to mass-produce tiny robots, no bigger than a cell, quickly, easily and accurately with little to no external stimulus.

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Why Our Brains Recognize Faces So Easily... or Fail at It WHY OUR BRAINS RECOGNIZE FACES SO EASILY... OR FAIL AT IT

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Oct 22, 2018

Brain studies consisting of fMRI experiments will measure brain activity during tasks to asses how we perceive faces. The fusiform area (FSA) was found to be active when looking at images, photographs, and even drawings of people. However, that area of the brain was not found to be active when parti...

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Next Generation Scientist 2018 NEXT GENERATION SCIENTIST 2018

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Oct 18, 2018

The Next Generation Scientist program is a university-accredited annual research internship for postgraduate scientists and clinicians from low- and middle-income countries. The three-month program is hosted at the Novartis research site in Basel, Switzerland and is designed to foster both scientifi...

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How many bacteria do we know about, and how many are there in the world? HOW MANY BACTERIA DO WE KNOW ABOUT, AND HOW MANY ARE THERE IN THE WORLD?

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Oct 18, 2018

Surprisingly enough, researchers once thought that there were only a few thousand bacterial species on the planet - a shocking underestimation considering that we know now that probably a few million different kinds of bacterial species live on Earth.

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Canada legalizes recreational marijuana CANADA LEGALIZES RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA

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Oct 17, 2018

The legalization of marijuana is a controversial topic. In the United States, pot is still illegal at the federal level, but several states have legalized the sale of medical cannabis and decriminalized recreational use as well. As more government officials and public health experts debate the issue...

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Advancing Patient Access to High Quality Biological Therapies ADVANCING PATIENT ACCESS TO HIGH QUALITY BIOLOGICAL THERAPIES

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Oct 17, 2018

At Amgen, we are motivated to push the boundaries of science to transform medicine and overcome society’s greatest healthcare challenges. As one of the early pioneers of the biotech industry, we have been able to build on our nearly forty years of experience to establish a broad biosimilars po...

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Why Tardigrades are Some of the Most Hardcore Critters on the Planet WHY TARDIGRADES ARE SOME OF THE MOST HARDCORE CRITTERS ON THE PLANET

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Oct 09, 2018

It can survive drying out, extreme heat and cold, and even exposure to vacuum. The humble tardigrade can be found practically anywhere there’s enough water for it to live, and quite a few places there isn’t. This weird, ugly-cute little guy’s secret comes down to chemistry.

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If Blood Is Red, Why Are Your Veins Blue? IF BLOOD IS RED, WHY ARE YOUR VEINS BLUE?

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Oct 06, 2018

If our blood is red, then why do our veins look blue? Skin scatters more blue light than red. The effect is amplified even more by an optical illusion. The skin around the vein looks more red than the vein itself.

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Real Pain and REAL PAIN AND 'EXPLOSIVE' BRAINS | FIBROMYALGIA

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Oct 02, 2018

Many people wonder exactly what causes Fibromyalgia, since there was never a definite answer, some question if the disease is even real despite the pain being there. One thing to note is that Fibromyalgia is not a delusion even though many psychologists have had difficulties diagnosing and classifyi...

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How Scientists Found a New Neuron Hiding in Our Brains HOW SCIENTISTS FOUND A NEW NEURON HIDING IN OUR BRAINS

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Oct 02, 2018

On Monday, an international team of researchers introduced the world to a new kind of neuron, which, at this point, is believed to exist only in the human brain. The long nerve fibers known as axons of these densely bundled cells bulge in a way that reminded their discoverers of a rose without its p...

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Can We Get DNA From Fossils? CAN WE GET DNA FROM FOSSILS?

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Oct 02, 2018

In 1993, scientists cracked open a piece of amber, took out the body of an ancient weevil, and sampled its DNA. Or, at least, so we thought. It took another few decades of research, and a lot of take-backs, before scientists could figure out how we could truly unlock the genetic secrets of the past....

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Diet Linked to Bacteria and Certain Types of Colorectal Cancer DIET LINKED TO BACTERIA AND CERTAIN TYPES OF COLORECTAL CANCER

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Oct 01, 2018

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute researchers looked at the link between diet, gut-health and colorectal cancers. They found the risk of certain cancers went up if people were eating diets high in red and processed meat, refined grains and sugar. The study was published in the October 2018 issue of Clini...

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The Tiniest Terrors THE TINIEST TERRORS

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Sep 30, 2018

This video from the Science Channel illustrates the power of microbes. Bacteria might be small, but they carry a genome that codes for proteins, just like us, and their genomes are often capable of rapid change.

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Sleeping Beauty, Sleeping Giant: a breakthrough treatment in the fight against cancer SLEEPING BEAUTY, SLEEPING GIANT: A BREAKTHROUGH TREATMENT IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER

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Sep 28, 2018

Are the greatest advances made in science based on serendipity? University of Minnesota Professor of Genetics and Cell Biology Perry Hackett thinks so. Hackett resurrected an element found in salmon after 14 million years to become a breakthrough treatment in the fight against cancer. In the process...

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Award-Winning Footage Of The Microsopic World Around Us AWARD-WINNING FOOTAGE OF THE MICROSOPIC WORLD AROUND US

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Sep 27, 2018

This year’s Nikon Small World Motion Photomicrography Competition has given us a fascinating glimpse into the realm of the extremely tiny. Watch a flea giving birth and a zebrafish embryo developing its complex nervous system. And that’s just the start.

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Symptoms and Complications of Diabetes SYMPTOMS AND COMPLICATIONS OF DIABETES

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Sep 25, 2018

It is important to keep your diabetes under control. The symptoms of diabetes and the complications of uncontrolled blood sugar levels are explained.

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Is the Secret to Superhuman Performance in Your Gut? IS THE SECRET TO SUPERHUMAN PERFORMANCE IN YOUR GUT?

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Sep 24, 2018

"An ongoing research project at Harvard University is attempting to identify and isolate beneficial bacteria from the digestive tracts of elite athletes then convert the bacteria into commercial probiotic supplements. The microbiomes of elite players  the ecosystems in their guts might gen...

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Are Your Political Beliefs Genetic? ARE YOUR POLITICAL BELIEFS GENETIC?

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Sep 19, 2018

“The genes involved in such complex traits are difficult to pinpoint because they tend to be involved in a huge number of bodily and cognitive processes that each play a minuscule role in shaping our political attitudes. Yet a study published in 2015 in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B m...

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Is Height All In Our Genes? IS HEIGHT ALL IN OUR GENES?

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Sep 18, 2018

Turns out the inheritance of height is a lot more complicated than we thought. Scientists know that nature (genes) and nurture (environment) both play a role, but after more than a century of questions, we’re only just now starting to get some answers

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Chemistry at the Human Bacteria Interface CHEMISTRY AT THE HUMAN BACTERIA INTERFACE

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Sep 17, 2018

Bacteria use chemistry to regulate their interactions with humans – a relationship of “conflict and cooperation” that has co-evolved since the birth of humans. Through the field of "metabolomics," scientists are uncovering new information about bacterial molecules and the...

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Study finds benefits of probiotics to be STUDY FINDS BENEFITS OF PROBIOTICS TO BE 'QUESTIONABLE'

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Sep 16, 2018

TomoNews is your best source for real news. We cover the funniest, craziest and most-talked-about stories on the internet. If you’re laughing, we’re laughing. If you’re outraged, we’re outraged. We tell it like it is. And because we can animate stories, TomoNews brings you ne...

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Big Impact in Bio: Innovating to Save Lives BIG IMPACT IN BIO: INNOVATING TO SAVE LIVES

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Sep 14, 2018

Amgen Scholars alumni tell their #BigImpactinBio stories, focusing on how to innovate in biotechnology in order to improve and save people’s lives. Marvin Gee (ASP 2011, California Institute of Technology) is co-founder of 3T Biosciences; Ailon Haileyesus (ASP 2015, Harvard University) is a de...

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Plants have their own kind of nervous system PLANTS HAVE THEIR OWN KIND OF NERVOUS SYSTEM

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Sep 13, 2018

Plants don’t have a nervous system, but they do seem to have a method for communicating with one another. In a way, it’s like their own kind of nervous system. In animals, excited nerve cells secrete glutamate, an amino acid, which travels to the next nerve cell like a wave. Signals can ...

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The Mystery of the Biggest Genomes THE MYSTERY OF THE BIGGEST GENOMES

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Sep 13, 2018

Organisms trace back to their source code - DNA, which can be thought of like a blueprint. We have around three billion base pairs, the basic unit of DNA, in our genome. That’s about average. There are some animals and plants, however, with far more. Learn more about them from this video by Sc...

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Did We Just Figure Out How to Program a Brain? DID WE JUST FIGURE OUT HOW TO PROGRAM A BRAIN?

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Sep 03, 2018

Scientists have developed a new way to activate neurons in the brain, which brings us one step closer to being able to program those big, meaty computers on top of our necks.

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Does Eating Breakfast Really Help You Lose Weight? DOES EATING BREAKFAST REALLY HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT?

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Sep 03, 2018

Does eating breakfast really help you lose weight? Well, according to diet websites it is true. However, research has attempted to answer this question. In a 2016 study, researcher assigned randomly individuals who have body mass indexes (BMI) in the obesity range to either eat breakfast (about 700 ...

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Introducing Versius INTRODUCING VERSIUS

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Sep 03, 2018

Versius is different. Radically different. It allows us to think about robotic surgery in a new way. From the very start, the design has been guided by the needs of surgeons and surgical teams. Because of this, Versius fits easily into existing surgical workflows, while the console design allows sur...

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Sydney SYDNEY 'BRAIN BANK' STUDIES ATHLETES' HEAD TRAUMA

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Sep 02, 2018

A "Brain Bank" in Sydney, Australia, is signing up players to donate their brains after death as part of an international drive to study head trauma in sports. Researchers at the bank say they will examine the brains of former athletes who played high-impact sports like Australian football...

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Does Sugar Cause Cancer? DOES SUGAR CAUSE CANCER?

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Sep 01, 2018

Does sugar cause cancer? “I get that question just about every day, sometimes multiple times. Everybody wants to know if sugar really did cause their cancer,” said Taylor Lawless, a clinical dietitian with Lee Health. A debated topic that health experts say isn’t true. “The r...

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FDA Issues Warning Diabetes Drug May Cause Severe Genital Infection FDA ISSUES WARNING DIABETES DRUG MAY CAUSE SEVERE GENITAL INFECTION

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Aug 30, 2018

Business Insider is reporting that the Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning that a class of type 2 diabetes drugs may cause a flesh-eating bacterial infection of the genitals. The condition developed in 12 patients after they took the drugs between March 2013 and May 2018. The FDA issue...

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Introduction to Biotechnology INTRODUCTION TO BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Aug 29, 2018

Biotechnology (commonly abbreviated as biotech) is the broad area of biology involving living systems and organisms to develop or make products, or "any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for ...

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How Glyphosate is Poisoning our Food Supply HOW GLYPHOSATE IS POISONING OUR FOOD SUPPLY

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Aug 28, 2018

You may have heard of glyphosate as it is a chemical that is approved to be used in herbicides. But did you know that it could lead to cancer!! Glyphosate is a chemical chelator that binds tightly to minerals. Therefore when applied on crops as a herbicide it removes minerals from the food we eat wh...

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How Do Turtles Live So Long? HOW DO TURTLES LIVE SO LONG?

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Aug 25, 2018

Why do turtles live so long? Apparently, it may have something to do with a slow metabolism which means that turtles need fewer calories than other animals of similar size. Their longevity may also be due to them being poikilothermic which means their bodies can function at a wide range of temperatu...

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New Bacterial Enzymes Could Revolutionize Blood Donations NEW BACTERIAL ENZYMES COULD REVOLUTIONIZE BLOOD DONATIONS

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Aug 24, 2018

Blood banks need a constant supply of donors to maintain their supply, but some enzymes that are already in our bodies might be able to help!

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How Animals Looked Before We Bred Them HOW ANIMALS LOOKED BEFORE WE BRED THEM

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Aug 20, 2018

People first started breeding animals about 10,000 years ago, and it’s safe to say that many bred animals have changed a lot since then. After people began breeding animals, some lost many of their natural traits. Horned animals lost their horns, skinny animals gained more body fat, and unpred...

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American Optometric Association: Contact lenses AMERICAN OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION: CONTACT LENSES

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Aug 17, 2018

The CDC defines contact lenses as a medical device, and, as such, has issued guidelines on how patients should take care of the lenses and what precautions are necessary while wearing them. Some contact lenses are designed to be worn for 24 hours. They can be worn while sleeping, but in a recent Mor...

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The Secrets of Dreaming | This Morning THE SECRETS OF DREAMING | THIS MORNING

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Aug 17, 2018

Dream expert Dr. Ian Wallace explains why we dream, shares a technique for remembering your dreams and says everyone can learn to lucid dream.

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How Food Waste is Helping Power Greenhouses HOW FOOD WASTE IS HELPING POWER GREENHOUSES

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Aug 15, 2018

Instant coffee, processed cheese, square sandwich ham - behind every supermarket product is a process and behind every process is a scientific breakthrough. In this entertaining and thought-provoking programme, farmer and TV personality Jimmy Doherty unpacks the science behind the food items we buy ...

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We Didn’t Think This Part of the Brain Existed, and It Could Save Your Life WE DIDN’T THINK THIS PART OF THE BRAIN EXISTED, AND IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE

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Aug 14, 2018

The lymphatic system is the body's way of keeping cells moving along. It's an integral part of the circulatory system as well as the immune system. Lymph is a clear fluid that carries immune cells to lymph nodes. It’s also a crucial part of clearing cellular waste from the body. In 201...

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Amgen Biotech Experience in Netherlands AMGEN BIOTECH EXPERIENCE IN NETHERLANDS

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Aug 13, 2018

The Amgen Biotech Experience and DNA Labs On the Road have partnered to bring students in the Netherlands a real-world biotechnology lab experience in the classroom, helping them better understand what science is and how it influences their daily lives.

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Getting Started: Google Cloud VPC GETTING STARTED: GOOGLE CLOUD VPC

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Aug 07, 2018

Global - A single Google Cloud VPC can span multiple regions without communicating across the public Internet. Single connection points between VPC and on-premises resources provides global VPC access, reducing cost and complexity.

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Using DNA to Create Genetically Engineered Circuits USING DNA TO CREATE GENETICALLY ENGINEERED CIRCUITS

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Aug 06, 2018

University of Wyoming synthetic biologist Mark Gomelsky uses DNA from bacteria to create genetically engineered circuits applicable to new, human medical therapies.

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The Keto Diet May Be Great For Weight Loss--But What About Your Skin? THE KETO DIET MAY BE GREAT FOR WEIGHT LOSS--BUT WHAT ABOUT YOUR SKIN?

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Aug 01, 2018

The ketogenic diet is quite trendy and is hailed by health professionals and followers for weight loss, metabolic benefits and cholesterol management. It involves cutting out carbs, sugar, and alcohol and is high in protein and specific fats. It’s designed so that That way, the body burns fat ...

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SpaceX Just Sent Algae to the ISS, Here SPACEX JUST SENT ALGAE TO THE ISS, HERE'S HOW IT'LL POWER DEEP SPACE MISSIONS

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Jul 29, 2018

During SpaceX’s recent CRS-15 launch, a mission to resupply the International Space Station with fresh supplies, the commercial space company’s Falcon 9 rocket brought a critical new science experiment to the Earth-orbiting space lab: algae. Algae promises a potential high-yield food and...

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Scientists to Genetically Engineer Houseplants to Detect Health Hazards SCIENTISTS TO GENETICALLY ENGINEER HOUSEPLANTS TO DETECT HEALTH HAZARDS

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Jul 24, 2018

Scientists are genetically engineering plants to detect environmental hazards. Neal Stewart, a lead researcher on the project, says the plants will react to things like mold, radon gas, or high levels of dangerous organic compounds. Stewart told Science Update the goal is to create an on-off switch ...

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Cockroaches Are Indestructible, And the Secret Is in Their Genome COCKROACHES ARE INDESTRUCTIBLE, AND THE SECRET IS IN THEIR GENOME

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The genome of the cockroach was recently sequenced, and scientists have gained some insight into why they are so tough. They can survive in an incredible array of environments, they are great at reproducing, they can get over severe wounds, and as it turns out, they are also evolving. Some roaches n...

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Jul 21, 2018

If you look at the current scenario in our country, We are importing everything. While Mahatma Gandhi gave us a slogan that we should encourage and use swadeshi we are so much westernized in our outlook today that we don't mind if the product is from a global MNC or a local company. This is fine...

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The agony of opioid withdrawal THE AGONY OF OPIOID WITHDRAWAL

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Jul 20, 2018

The United States accounts for five percent of the world's population but consumes almost 70 percent of the total global opioid supply, creating an epidemic that has resulted in tens of thousands of deaths each year. How did we get here, and what can we do about it? In this personal talk, Travis...

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Jul 17, 2018

Analytical chemists are working hard to achieve a full chemical understanding of cannabis and its usages. It has shown great promise for the treatment of many medical conditions. Cannabinoids are the most widely known constituents of cannabis, due primarily to the psychotropic activity of 9-Tetrahyd...

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Jul 16, 2018

Animation of the action that goes on inside the nucleus, including DNA folding, gene transciption, and nucleosome sliding.

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Jul 16, 2018

Professor Sir Doug Turnbull from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research at the University of Newcastle explains his research into mitochondrial donation, the innovative treatment that hopes to stop faulty mitochondria being passed on from mother to child to prevent incurable genetic di...

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Designer Cells as MRSA Assassins DESIGNER CELLS AS MRSA ASSASSINS

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Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterium that causes many illnesses; it’s thought to lead to over 11 million visits to the doctor and the emergency room every year in the United States alone. Researchers at ETH Zurich have aimed to create a therapeutic that can treat serious infections with this p...

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Jul 12, 2018

Food safety is often top-of-mind for consumers when making food purchases in stores and restaurants. Some of us are even proactive in our safety efforts by following news of food recalls and diligently using safe food-handling practices. But beyond those basics, our IFIC Foundation research team wan...

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Jul 12, 2018

What is a genome, and how are traits passed from generation to generation? Learn how pea plants helped launch the study of genetics and how the field of genetics research has evolved over time.

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Quorum Sensing QUORUM SENSING

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Jul 10, 2018

You may already know that we host many species of bacteria in and on our bodies. The community of microbes in the gastrointestinal tract has been shown to play a significant role in our health, and scientists are studying that gut microbiome intensely. Any of around 1,000 types of bacteria can live ...

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What are the challenges of working in synthetic biology? WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES OF WORKING IN SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY?

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Jul 10, 2018

What are the challenges of working in synthetic biology? Drew Endy, associate professor of bioengineering at Stanford University, answers the question on this edition of Ask a Scientist.

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What is nanotechnology? WHAT IS NANOTECHNOLOGY?

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Jul 04, 2018

Nanotechnology is one of the most exciting and fast-moving areas of science today. In the food area, researchers are working with nanotechnology to create novel products that may be of benefit to health and diets. What are their possible applications? Is it safe? Watch our new video to get some answ...

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Building a baby: The first two weeks BUILDING A BABY: THE FIRST TWO WEEKS

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Jul 04, 2018

The first few weeks of an embryo's development are vital. Now, new techniques are allowing scientists to learn more about this crucial time than ever before. The first two weeks of breastfeeding may go very smoothly, or they may be completely overwhelming. It's a time when you're learnin...

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This One Fruit Kills Malignant Cells Of 12 Different Types Of Cancer More Effective Than Chemo THIS ONE FRUIT KILLS MALIGNANT CELLS OF 12 DIFFERENT TYPES OF CANCER MORE EFFECTIVE THAN CHEMO

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This One Fruit Kills Malignant Cells Of 12 Different Types Of Cancer More Effective Than Chemo Life well lived.Life Well Lived is a channel that offers free videos about natural remedies, home remedies, alternative medicine, physical health advice, mental health and care of our body.

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The psychology of post-traumatic stress disorder - Joelle Rabow Maletis THE PSYCHOLOGY OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER - JOELLE RABOW MALETIS

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Jun 25, 2018

Many of us will experience some kind of trauma during our lifetime. Sometimes, we escape with no long-term effects. But for millions of people, those experiences linger, causing symptoms like flashbacks, nightmares, and negative thoughts that interfere with everyday life. Joelle Rabow Maletis detail...

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Are There "Male" and "Female" Brains? ARE THERE "MALE" AND "FEMALE" BRAINS?

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Jun 18, 2018

Men and women are different, of that there is no doubt. In neuroscience, there has been a lot of research into these differences, as they relate to treating neurological disorders. Women are more likely to have Alzheimer’s, depression and anxiety, so if scientists could find biological brain d...

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CRISPR Gene Editing May Trigger Cancer CRISPR GENE EDITING MAY TRIGGER CANCER

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Jun 15, 2018

Genome-editing system CRISPR is now being accused of causing cancer. The system has previously been celebrated for its advancements in curing disease. However, Geek reports that two studies published this week warn that cells altered by CRISPR-Cas9 can trigger cancer. The CEO of CRISPR Therapeutics ...

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A Boy Contracted The First Case Of Bubonic Plague Idaho Has Seen In 26 Years A BOY CONTRACTED THE FIRST CASE OF BUBONIC PLAGUE IDAHO HAS SEEN IN 26 YEARS

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Jun 14, 2018

The Black Death, bubonic plague, killed as many as 200 million people in the 1300’s. It is relatively rare now, but the first case in 26 years has recently been reported in the United States. The affected boy was hospitalized and given antibiotics and is now back at home recovering. Drugs have...

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Jun 14, 2018

A mere century ago infectious diseases were the main cause of death worldwide, even in the most developed countries. Today, alongside clean, safe drinking water, immunization is the most successful public health intervention for combating infectious diseases and reducing global mortality rates. The ...

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Where Did Viruses Come From? WHERE DID VIRUSES COME FROM?

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Jun 12, 2018

There are fossils of viruses, of sorts, preserved in the DNA of the hosts that they’ve infected. Including you. This molecular fossil trail can help us understand where viruses came from, how they evolved and it can even help us tackle the biggest question of all: Are viruses alive?

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Sanofi Spotlight On Trispecific Antibodies SANOFI SPOTLIGHT ON TRISPECIFIC ANTIBODIES

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Jun 05, 2018

Trispecific antibodies engage multiple targets in a single product. Learn more from Dr. Gary Nabel, Sanofi’s Chief Scientific Officer, about how we’re leading the new wave of potential treatment options for patients.

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The Genomics Revolution: Investing in CRISPR THE GENOMICS REVOLUTION: INVESTING IN CRISPR

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Jun 04, 2018

More than a decade has passed since the first human genome was mapped. Since then, costs have plunged and major efficiencies have been achieved. Cathie Wood, founder and CEO of Ark Invest, tells us about investment opportunities in CRISPR and CAR-T technology, the major drivers of the genomics revol...

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Jun 03, 2018

There's a lot to consider when preparing for the big day. Find articles about childbirth classes, doulas, and labor coaches, natural childbirth, home birth, episiotomy, and lots more. Learn the signs of labor and what to pack for the hospital. Plus, be aware of and prepared for potential birth c...

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For Us, Cancer Is Personal FOR US, CANCER IS PERSONAL

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Jun 01, 2018

Learn more about what drives our cancer scientists and what makes their work so personal. For Us, Cancer Is Personal. The statement “cancer is personal” can have several meanings. The fact that cancer affects one in three people over their lifetimes means that it is a disease that w...

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CRISPR Plummets After Gene Editing Trials Paused By FDA CRISPR PLUMMETS AFTER GENE EDITING TRIALS PAUSED BY FDA

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May 30, 2018

CRISPR Therapeutics was preparing to treat patients using its gene editing tool later this year But the Biotech company is hitting a snag. Namely: The Food and Drug Administration. The FDA just put a hold on one of the first trials to test CRISPR gene-editing in humans. The trial had hoped to look a...

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The ingestible bacterial-electronic sensor THE INGESTIBLE BACTERIAL-ELECTRONIC SENSOR

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May 24, 2018

NIBIB-funded researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created an ingestible sensor to non-invasively monitor indicators of disease in the stomach and intestines. The capsule carries genetically engineered bacteria that sense specific substances in the gut. The other compon...

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May 24, 2018

The adult human skeletal system consists of 206 bones, as well as a network of tendons, ligaments, and cartilage that connects them. The skeletal system performs vital functions support, movement, protection, blood cell production, calcium storage, and endocrine regulation that enable us to survive....

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The potential of cell and gene therapies - Keith Thompson interview THE POTENTIAL OF CELL AND GENE THERAPIES - KEITH THOMPSON INTERVIEW

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May 21, 2018

In this interview Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult CEO Keith Thompson discusses cell and gene therapies and their potential to offer.cures or treatments for a large number of patients.

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Blood types are a 20-million-year mystery BLOOD TYPES ARE A 20-MILLION-YEAR MYSTERY

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May 15, 2018

Do you know what your blood type is? It’s a pretty basic health question with a pretty bizarre history. We take a look at some ill-fated blood experiments from yesteryear and try to figure out why it is that all blood isn’t alike. And, our intrepid video director Cory Zapatka takes the q...

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How Milk Becomes Cheese HOW MILK BECOMES CHEESE

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May 15, 2018

Ever wonder how milk becomes cheese? We asked about the science and the microbes that go into this tasty food. This week on Reactions, we visit St. James Cheese Company in New Orleans to learn all about the chemistry of your favorite dairy product.

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Is There Any Actual Science Behind Stem Cell Therapy? IS THERE ANY ACTUAL SCIENCE BEHIND STEM CELL THERAPY?

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May 12, 2018

Stem cell research promises incredible cures, but what are the risks and how successful are these trials really?The cells promised to be a boon for regenerative medicine:researcher might take a person's skin, blood or other cells, reprogram them into iPS cells, and then use those to grow liver c...

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Researchers harness the precision of CRISPR to knock out single genes in yeast RESEARCHERS HARNESS THE PRECISION OF CRISPR TO KNOCK OUT SINGLE GENES IN YEAST

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May 09, 2018

Researchers have used CRISPR-Cas9 to develop a technology that can target any gene in the yeast species Saccharomyces cerevisiae, which is widely used to make ethanol, pharmaceuticals, industrial chemicals and more.In contrast to traditional techniques that only target a single gene or a limited num...

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What is Pulmonary Fibrosis? WHAT IS PULMONARY FIBROSIS?

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May 02, 2018

Lung fibrosis is a serious condition that thickens tissues in the lungs and makes it hard to breathe. It can be caused by a variety of environmental factors, including exposure to coal or grain dust. New work has shown that it may be possible to prevent the disease with a drug that can block structu...

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Your Body Could Be Immune to CRISPR! Is This the End of Gene Editing? YOUR BODY COULD BE IMMUNE TO CRISPR! IS THIS THE END OF GENE EDITING?

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May 01, 2018

Everything You Need To Know About Crispr Gene Editing.Cutting and pasting DNA to cure diseases is a medical dream come true, but CRISPR technology is facing a major roadblock: our immune systems.CRISPR-Cas9 is a genome editing tool that is creating a buzz in the science world. It is faster, cheaper ...

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‘Dark DNA’ Is the Latest Mystery in the World of Genetics… But What Is It? ‘DARK DNA’ IS THE LATEST MYSTERY IN THE WORLD OF GENETICS… BUT WHAT IS IT?

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Apr 17, 2018

No doubt you have heard of dark matter, which is thought to make up over a quarter of the universe. We know it’s there; we just haven’t been able to detect it. Well, something similar is afoot in the genome. My colleagues and I have dubbed this elusive genetic matter “dark DNA&rdqu...

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What is cell & gene therapy? WHAT IS CELL & GENE THERAPY?

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Apr 09, 2018

A short, comprehensive video animation explaining cell & gene therapy and Lonza’s role in this emerging field. We develop and manufacture the key components of cell and gene therapy for our customers and their patients.

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Cell Therapy - Red Blood Cells as Drug Carriers CELL THERAPY - RED BLOOD CELLS AS DRUG CARRIERS

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Apr 05, 2018

For a long time, researchers have experimented red blood cells for drug delivery of various types of therapeutics in order to achieve improved pharmacokinetics, biodistribution, controlled release, and pharmacodynamics. 

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Visualize the Fascinating Roles of lncRNA VISUALIZE THE FASCINATING ROLES OF LNCRNA

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Apr 05, 2018

Long noncoding RNA (lncRNA) is a rapidly expanding research area. See how lncRNAs exert a variety of regulatory functions in cells. Learn about the biological implications of lncRNA in disease development.

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Structuring of Hydrogels across Multiple Length Scales for Biomedical Applications STRUCTURING OF HYDROGELS ACROSS MULTIPLE LENGTH SCALES FOR BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

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Mar 27, 2018

Structured soft materials have the potential to revolutionize regenerative medicine. By imparting shear during processing, it is possible to take the small number of materials approved by medical regulators and create self‐healing polymeric structures. How so‐called fluid gels can facilitate the del...

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Embryology/Neurology - Neurogenesis EMBRYOLOGY/NEUROLOGY - NEUROGENESIS

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Mar 25, 2018

Neurogenesis is the process by which nervous system cells, known as neurons, are produced by neural stem cells. Neural stem cells have the potential to produce many different types of neuron. They include neuroepithelial cells (NEPs), stem cells, radial glial cells (RGCs), basal progenitors (BPs), s...

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Why eating healthy is so expensive in America WHY EATING HEALTHY IS SO EXPENSIVE IN AMERICA

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Mar 22, 2018

The American dinner plate is deficient in nutritious produce, and part of the problem is cost. Because diets low in fruits and vegetables have serious consequences, health advocates have tried to incentivize Americans to choose apples over donuts for years but with little success.

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SoftExpert Excellence Suite for the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology Industry | SoftExpert SOFTEXPERT EXCELLENCE SUITE FOR THE PHARMACEUTICALS & BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY | SOFTEXPERT

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Mar 15, 2018

SoftExpert Excellence Suite (SE Suite) lowers the cost of regulatory compliance and helps companies maximize success, increase productivity, reduce risk and adhere to various regulations.The solution enables pharmaceutical and biotechnology organizations to map, analyze and continually improve the e...

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The Incredible Progress in DNA Sequencing THE INCREDIBLE PROGRESS IN DNA SEQUENCING

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Mar 09, 2018

The Human Genome Project set out to sequence the DNA of every human chromosome, thereby promising to advance knowledge of human biology and improve medicine. This project was huge in scale, as it sought to determine the order of all 3 billion nucleotides in the human genome. To reach this lofty goal...

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What is RNA | Biology for All WHAT IS RNA | BIOLOGY FOR ALL

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Mar 09, 2018

We have both DNA and RNA in our bodies. We need them both! DNA is the blueprint; it contains all of the instructions for the cell to grow, function and replicates. The RNA carries out these instructions; it copies and transfers the genetic code from the DNA to ensure the relevant proteins are made. ...

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Enterprise Solutions for Cell Therapy: Overview ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS FOR CELL THERAPY: OVERVIEW

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Mar 06, 2018

Industrializing cell therapies is a new arena, and speed is critical. To help you realize your commercialization timeline, GE Healthcare’s Life Sciences solutions have expanded beyond biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Enterprise Solutions for Cell Therapy provides you with access to our end-to-...

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Why is the Most Exciting Field of Cancer Research Right Now? WHY IS THE MOST EXCITING FIELD OF CANCER RESEARCH RIGHT NOW?

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Mar 05, 2018

Scott Dylla, Ph.D., Vice President of Research and Development, Chief Scientific Officer, AbbVie Stemcentrx and Tom Hudson, M.D., Vice President of Oncology Discovery and Early Development, AbbVie, discuss 'What is the most exciting field of cancer research right now?'

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Breakthrough Gene Therapy: This Week In Science BREAKTHROUGH GENE THERAPY: THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE

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Mar 04, 2018

A cancer-fighting breakthrough, AI on the ISS, and ancient stars. Here's what you missed on This Week In Science.Futurism's mission is to empower our readers and drive the development of transformative technologies towards maximizing human potential.

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Automating Biopharma Quality Control to Reduce Costs and Improve Compliance AUTOMATING BIOPHARMA QUALITY CONTROL TO REDUCE COSTS AND IMPROVE COMPLIANCE

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Feb 21, 2018

Tony held the Convenorship of the ISO Working Group revising ISO 14698-1 & -2 for microbial control in cleanrooms and was the UK subject matter expert to the ISO Working Group who issued the 2015 revised versions of the ISO 14644-1 & -2 documents for cleanroom classification at the heart of ...

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How is drug development done and its impact on biotech stocks? HOW IS DRUG DEVELOPMENT DONE AND ITS IMPACT ON BIOTECH STOCKS?

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Feb 19, 2018

Robert Gadimian explains how drug development and drug discovery is done. What the different clinical study Phases are and how and why clinical studies are done.He explain the probability of success for the clinical studies and the drug getting to the market.

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Discover lncRNA: Understanding the Long Noncoding Transcriptome DISCOVER LNCRNA: UNDERSTANDING THE LONG NONCODING TRANSCRIPTOME

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Feb 18, 2018

Learn about the exciting new field of long noncoding RNA (lncRNA) and how this newly discovered class of RNA compares to messenger RNA (mRNA).  Some considerations for gene expression analysis of long noncoding RNA targets by RT-qPCR is also discussed.

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Guided Therapy GUIDED THERAPY

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Feb 16, 2018

Guided Therapy Systems, based in Mesa, Arizona, landed EU CE mark approval (via Ardent Sound Inc., Guided’s partner, and manufacturer) for the Actisound Intense Therapeutic Ultrasound device. It’s intended to help recover from a variety of injuries and chronic pain resulting from interna...

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Treating diabetes with autologous cell therapy: an interview with Orgenesis TREATING DIABETES WITH AUTOLOGOUS CELL THERAPY: AN INTERVIEW WITH ORGENESIS

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Feb 08, 2018

In this exclusive interview, Vered Caplan, President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, and Professor Sarah Ferber, Chief Scientific Officer, Orgenesis, discuss the development of an autologous cell therapy for the treatment of insulin-resistant diabetes. Orgenesis is a biopharmaceutical company...

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RNeasy Plus Kit High performance RNA extraction RNEASY PLUS KIT HIGH PERFORMANCE RNA EXTRACTION

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Jan 22, 2018

Using built-in gDNA eliminator technology, the RNeasy Plus Kit gives you high yields of high-integrity RNA in minutes for any downstream application, without the need for DNase. No matter which cell or tissue type – RNeasy Plus gives you the confidence to succeed! Add the Plus to your RNA extr...

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HIV Protease Movie HiRes HIV PROTEASE MOVIE HIRES

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Jan 19, 2018

The Simplicial Neighborhood Analysis of Protein Packing (SNAPP) method was used to predict the effect of mutagenesis on the enzymatic activity of the HIV-1 protease (HIVP). SNAPP relies on a four-body statistical scoring function derived from the analysis of spatially nearest neighbor residue compos...

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Machine learning meets gene editing MACHINE LEARNING MEETS GENE EDITING

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Jan 10, 2018

DNA is the building block of life, but DNA can also contain glitches that contribute to serious and unavoidable health issues that affect billions of people. What if there was way to change your DNA to eliminate the glitches before they caused problems?

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DxH 800 Hematology Analyzer DXH 800 HEMATOLOGY ANALYZER

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Jan 03, 2018

The DxH 800 hematology analyzer offers sophisticated, comprehensive blood testing in a single aspiration for your high-volume laboratory. By combining several analytical methods for real-time testing, this system helps overcome sample challenges and eliminates steps, simplifying processes for techno...

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Gene Editing Used to Treat US Man With Hunter Syndrome GENE EDITING USED TO TREAT US MAN WITH HUNTER SYNDROME

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Dec 21, 2017

For the first time, US scientists are attempting to use gene editing to cure a man with a rare disease known as Hunter syndrome. Brian Madeux, a 44-year-old California man is the first person in the US to receive the experimental treatment which involves injecting billions of copies of a corrective ...

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What is Gene Therapy? WHAT IS GENE THERAPY?

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Dec 19, 2017

Gene therapy is an experimental technique that uses genes to treat or prevent disease. In the future, this technique may allow doctors to treat a disorder by inserting a gene into a patient’s cells instead of using drugs or surgery. Researchers are testing several approaches to gene therapy, i...

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Biofuels from Algae Project - Brunswick Community College Center for Aquaculture & Biotechnology BIOFUELS FROM ALGAE PROJECT - BRUNSWICK COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTER FOR AQUACULTURE & BIOTECHNOLOGY

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Dec 18, 2017

Brunswick Community College's (BCC) Center for Aquaculture and Biotechnology (CAB) has implemented a Biofuels from Algae project as a joint effort between the departments of Aquaculture and Biotechnology.  This included the design and construction of an 1800 gallon photobioreactor system du...

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SMA Type 1: How Gene Therapy Works SMA TYPE 1: HOW GENE THERAPY WORKS

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Dec 07, 2017

A one-time intravenous infusion of the high dose of gene therapy extended the survival of patients with spinal muscular atrophy type 1 (SMA1) in a Phase 1 clinical trial, according to a study published Nov. 1, 2017 in the New England Journal of Medicine. This animation describes how the process work...

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Nov 23, 2017

In our 5th Hangout, Clara chats with Ricardo Perdigao Henriques, Investment Manager at Portugal Ventures to find out what is going on in the biotech ecosystem in Portugal. Portugal Ventures is a venture capital firm that invests in seed rounds of Portuguese startups in tech, life sciences and touris...

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What can Biotech do for You? We ask at Bio-Europe 2017 WHAT CAN BIOTECH DO FOR YOU? WE ASK AT BIO-EUROPE 2017

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Nov 20, 2017

This year at Bio-Europe we decided to ask some biotechnologists a few questions about what biotech means to them. This included how it can save the world, how it can f%ck up the world, and their favourite European biotech. We also found out whether they like Berlin beers. In this interview you'l...

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CRISPR: Gene editing and beyond CRISPR: GENE EDITING AND BEYOND

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Oct 31, 2017

The CRISPR-Cas9 system has revolutionised gene-editing, but cutting DNA isn’t all it can do. From turning gene expression on and off to fluorescently tagging particular sequences, this animation explores some of the exciting possibilities of CRISPR.

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Cell Signaling Technology CELL SIGNALING TECHNOLOGY

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Sep 19, 2017

Founded by scientists in 1999, Cell Signaling Technology (CST) is a global, private, family-owned company with over 400 employees. Our expertise is applied systems biology, particularly as it relates to cancer and the development of highly validated antibodies for basic and translational research. A...

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Sep 13, 2017

3D cell culture even easier now with GrowDex syringe pack. Enables easy handling of the material and simple 3-step method: Dilute - Add cells - Culture.

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Sep 12, 2017

What is Biotechnology? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, biotechnology is defined as the manipulation of living organisms or their components to produce useful commercial products.

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FDA approves First Gene Therapy [CAR T-cell Therapy] FDA APPROVES FIRST GENE THERAPY [CAR T-CELL THERAPY]

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Sep 02, 2017

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a historic action by making the first gene therapy available in the United States, ushering in a new approach to the treatment of cancer and other serious and life-threatening diseases .The FDA approved Kymriah (tisagenlecleucel) for certain pediatric and...

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What is Native Whey Isolate? WHAT IS NATIVE WHEY ISOLATE?

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Sep 01, 2017

Roger Snipes talks about Native Whey Isolate,  is a special whey protein ingredient of exceptional purity. Do you want to know more? Please visit: https://en.biotechusa.com/native-whey/ BioTechUSA products that contain native whey isolate: Iso Whey Zero: 100% Native Whey Isolate protein source ...

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A Look at How CAR-T Cell Therapy Works A LOOK AT HOW CAR-T CELL THERAPY WORKS

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Aug 30, 2017

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first treatment that genetically engineers patients' own blood cells into an army of assassins to seek and destroy childhood leukemia. Here's a look at how the powerful CAR-T cell therapy works.

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Cell-free Biotechnology: Going Beyond the Cell CELL-FREE BIOTECHNOLOGY: GOING BEYOND THE CELL

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Aug 21, 2017

Scientists have used biology to create technology for thousands of years have become really good at it. However, sometimes it feels like the promise of bio-based fuels, materials, and medicines have fallen flat.My research is re-imagining how we tinker with biology, how we might "think outside ...

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Biotechnology Principles and Processes-Polymerase Chain Reaction BIOTECHNOLOGY PRINCIPLES AND PROCESSES-POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION

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Aug 12, 2017

Biotechnology Principles and Processes-Polymerase Chain Reaction: In this lesson, Shalini Tyagi explains about Polymerase chain reaction This lesson covers some commonly used tools and techniques in biotechnology.

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Biotechnology | Future of Everything with Jason Silva | Singularity University BIOTECHNOLOGY | FUTURE OF EVERYTHING WITH JASON SILVA | SINGULARITY UNIVERSITY

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Aug 08, 2017

The world has been transformed by information technology. Billion dollar businesses have formed out of nowhere. No, biology is becoming information technology. That's what biotechnology is, and as exponential technologies like gene sequencing accelerates, healthcare is about to be radically upen...

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Welcome to the age of CRISPR gene-editing! WELCOME TO THE AGE OF CRISPR GENE-EDITING!

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Aug 08, 2017

Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD), caused by mutations in the X linked dystrophin gene (DMD), is characterized by fatal degeneration of striated muscles. Dilated cardiomyopathy is one of the most common lethal features of the disease. We deployed Cpf1, a unique class 2 CRISPR (clustered regularly in...

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Biotechnology | Future of Everything with Jason Silva | Singularity University BIOTECHNOLOGY | FUTURE OF EVERYTHING WITH JASON SILVA | SINGULARITY UNIVERSITY

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Aug 08, 2017

The world has been transformed by information technology. Billion dollar businesses have formed out of nowhere. No, biology is becoming information technology. That's what biotechnology is, and as exponential technologies like gene sequencing accelerates, healthcare is about to be radically upen...

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Marine Biotechnology Industry Outlook To 2022 MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY OUTLOOK TO 2022

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Jul 27, 2017

The report provides a detailed analysis of the market, its dynamics, structure, characteristics, main players, growth and demand drivers.

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Jul 26, 2017

PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, non-profit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you ...

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Environmental Biotechnology- INTRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY- INTRODUCTION

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Jul 20, 2017

Environmental biotechnology is biotechnology that is applied to and used to study the natural environment. Environmental biotechnology could also imply that one try to harness biological process for commercial uses and exploitation.

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Industrial Scale Production | EW Biotech 2017 Image Video INDUSTRIAL SCALE PRODUCTION | EW BIOTECH 2017 IMAGE VIDEO

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Jul 20, 2017

Our multi-purpose production and lab facility for our customers developments. Besides scale up and tolling Services, the facility enables expand resear and development activities in the field of biotech products.

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Timeline of the Human Genome TIMELINE OF THE HUMAN GENOME

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Jun 25, 2017

A genome is an organism's complete set of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA), a chemical compound that contains the genetic instructions needed to develop and direct the activities of every organism. DNA molecules are made of two twisting, paired strands. Each strand is made of four chemical units, cal...

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BTK’s Role in Cancer and Autoimmune Disease BTK’S ROLE IN CANCER AND AUTOIMMUNE DISEASE

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Jun 23, 2017

Bruton’s tyrosine kinase, or BTK, helps immune function, but its malfunction may lead to cancer and autoimmune diseases.

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Jun 22, 2017

It might sound like something straight out of science fiction, but the race is on around the globe to find the secret to extending human life. It’s not actually as far-fetched as it might seem. After all, if you imagine that the majority of us alive today will eventually succumb to one disease...

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Computer Modeling for Personalized Cardiology COMPUTER MODELING FOR PERSONALIZED CARDIOLOGY

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Jun 11, 2017

By devising computer models of individual patients’ hearts, Natalia Trayanova, Ph.D., the Murray B. Sachs Professor at Johns Hopkins University, has found ways to better treat and prevent arrhythmias. Trayanova's talk was recorded on Oct. 2, 2014, at the Institute for Basic Biomedical Scie...

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Extraction, Purification and Production of Enzymes (Biotechnology) EXTRACTION, PURIFICATION AND PRODUCTION OF ENZYMES (BIOTECHNOLOGY)

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May 30, 2017

Extraction, Purification and Production of Enzymes (Biotechnology)(Polystyrenes, Polypeptides, Polysaccharides, Proteins, Carbon, Propylene Oxide, Vinyl Chloride, Biosensors, Amino Acids, Antibiotics, Acrylamide, Organic Acids, Maltose Syrups, Hollow Fibres, Hollow Fibres, Enzyme Immunoassay (ELA), ...

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The Technology Behind Bluebird Bio THE TECHNOLOGY BEHIND BLUEBIRD BIO

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May 19, 2017

May.19 -- Bluebird Bio CEO Nick Leschly discusses gene therapy, Boston's biotech scene, and venture capital with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology" at the Museum of Science in Boston on May 9.

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May 18, 2017

Queen’s University Belfast is a UK Russell Group university based in Belfast, Northern Ireland and here you will find out what Queen’s University Belfast can do for you, whether you want to know about one of hundreds of courses, what our students think about living and studying at Queen&...

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May 11, 2017

With winter finally over, many people are expressing their gratitude at the return of more sunlight and vitamin D. Especially when you work indoors, you can go days without seeing the sun in the winter, so it can be very difficult to get enough vitamin D in your diet. After consulting a panel of doc...

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Biomanufacturing: Intercompatibility with Single Use System Devices BIOMANUFACTURING: INTERCOMPATIBILITY WITH SINGLE USE SYSTEM DEVICES

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May 03, 2017

Limitations in compatibility between certain single use system devices for biomanufacturing is a challenge that has raged for quite some time. A number of experts discuss the latest on the matter and the solution that the biotech and biopharma market needs for this sticking point in the industry.

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The Next Generation of Biomanufacturing THE NEXT GENERATION OF BIOMANUFACTURING

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May 01, 2017

Amgen is also learning that success in applying genetics requires skills beyond the ability to identify disease genes. The biology that genetics reveals may be relevant to disease but it’s seldom easy, said Philip Tagari, Amgen’s VP for Therapeutic Discovery.

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Biotech Cotton is Key to Ethiopia BIOTECH COTTON IS KEY TO ETHIOPIA'S AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM

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May 01, 2017

Sylvester Oikeh, project manager for the Water Efficient Maize for Africa Project at the African Agricultural Technology Foundation, discusses the potential for biotech cotton to transform Ethiopia's agricultural program. The interview was conducted following the Center for Strategic and Interna...

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Nigerian Farmers See Opportunities for Biotech Cowpea NIGERIAN FARMERS SEE OPPORTUNITIES FOR BIOTECH COWPEA

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May 01, 2017

Modesta Nnedinso Abugu, fellow for the Cornell Alliance for Science and program assistant for the Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology-Nigeria, discusses the opportunities for biotech cowpea in Nigeria.

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Apr 29, 2017

Food Biotechnology Get the real Facts.This video about the information of food biotechnology.

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Making Biologic Medicines for Patients: The Principles of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing MAKING BIOLOGIC MEDICINES FOR PATIENTS: THE PRINCIPLES OF BIOPHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING

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Apr 26, 2017

Learn how protein therapeutics are manufactured and explore the fundamental principles of biopharmaceutical manufacturing.

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MECO Biopharmaceutical Capabilities MECO BIOPHARMACEUTICAL CAPABILITIES

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Apr 25, 2017

With over 1,000 water purification machines successfully installed across the globe, MECO serves leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies with over 25 million gallons of product water each day. The MECO global portfolio includes the broadest range of engineered products for pure steam, purified ...

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The Future of Biotechnology Amagen THE FUTURE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AMAGEN

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Apr 18, 2017

Just as advances in physics and engineering transformed life in the 20th century, rapid progress in biology is poised to change the world in the decades to come.

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Advantages of Biotech biogas plants Experience shared by Smt Rebi ADVANTAGES OF BIOTECH BIOGAS PLANTS EXPERIENCE SHARED BY SMT REBI

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Apr 15, 2017

The research wing of biotech has developed different models of domestic plants to meet the requirement of all categories of beneficiaries in the society.

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Scientists Teach Bacteria to Glow to Detect Landmines SCIENTISTS TEACH BACTERIA TO GLOW TO DETECT LANDMINES

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Apr 14, 2017

A new study published in "Nature Biotechnology" explains how engineered bacteria can detect landmines by glowing under laser light.

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Apr 12, 2017

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CAR T Cell Manufacturing Workflow: Isolation, Activation and Expansion CAR T CELL MANUFACTURING WORKFLOW: ISOLATION, ACTIVATION AND EXPANSION

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Apr 11, 2017

Take your CAR T cell research from bench to bedside. STEMCELL has entered a collaboration with GE Healthcare aiming to develop cGMP-grade T cell isolation, activation and expansion reagents for cell therapy.

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Stem Cell Research on Parkinson STEM CELL RESEARCH ON PARKINSON'S DISEASE

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Apr 11, 2017

At the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine various research groups are working with patient-derived stem cells in automated cell cultures to get deeper insights into the mechanisms of Parkinson's disease and screen for potential new drug candidates.

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Nature Biotechnology New Product Release 2017 NATURE BIOTECHNOLOGY NEW PRODUCT RELEASE 2017

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Apr 07, 2017

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Apr 04, 2017

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Apr 04, 2017

This is a video on the topic Importance of Biotechnology in Agriculture,and I am trying to describe it properly with slideshow. Referring to the significant role of a transparent approach to the end user’s requirement of healthy products, farmers are required to assure producing the highest qu...

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Immunology wars: Monoclonal antibodies IMMUNOLOGY WARS: MONOCLONAL ANTIBODIES

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Apr 03, 2017

Our immune systems are at war with cancer. This animation reveals how monoclonal antibodies can act as valuable reinforcements to shore up our defences – and help battle cancer.

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Production of Biotechnology Based Bulk Drugs PRODUCTION OF BIOTECHNOLOGY BASED BULK DRUGS

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Apr 03, 2017

Biotechnology is the use of living systems and organisms to develop or make products, or "any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use" (UN Convention on Biological Diversity, ...

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Apr 03, 2017

On Monday April 3, DSM opened the DSM a new biotechnology facility in Delft (the Netherlands) to accelerate DSM's biotechnology research & development capabilities.

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Apr 02, 2017

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Academia calls for the use of biotechnology in agriculture for food security ACADEMIA CALLS FOR THE USE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY IN AGRICULTURE FOR FOOD SECURITY

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Mar 30, 2017

The academia is calling for the adaptation of biotech technology in increasing agricultural yields that will ensure food security. Speaking at the university of Embu at a forum between stakeholders in the agricultural sector and academia, the university acting chancellor Paul Musila said that there ...

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Master Programme in Applied Biotechnology - Uppsala University MASTER PROGRAMME IN APPLIED BIOTECHNOLOGY - UPPSALA UNIVERSITY

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Mar 23, 2017

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DD 2017 Speaker: Dr. B. R. Athani, Gramachetana DD 2017 SPEAKER: DR. B. R. ATHANI, GRAMACHETANA

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Mar 23, 2017

Dr. Athani brings rich perspectives from his experience of over 30 years in varied developmental projects in areas linked to bioinformatics, applied biotechnology, livestock production, sustainable agricultural practices, dairy operations and rural development management. Dr. Athani has played key r...

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Mar 20, 2017

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