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AUTHOR SHARES JOURNEY FROM ANTI-GMO ACTIVISM TO GMO ADVOCACY AT TALKING BIOTECH PODCAST

Scientist Kelvin Folta interviewed Mark Lynas, author of Seeds of Science: How We Got it Wrong on GMOs for one of his episodes in the...

New research finds that routine breast cancer tests lead to unnecessary mastectomies and chemotherapy

NEW RESEARCH FINDS THAT ROUTINE BREAST CANCER TESTS LEAD TO UNNECESSARY MASTECTOMIES AND CHEMOTHERAPY

Are women's fears of breast cancer driving them to get unnecessary, dangerous treatments like chemotherapy and mastectomies? A pair...

 
 
 
David Wilcock slams GAIA for promoting "Luciferian" worship with Ancient Civilizations broadcasts

DAVID WILCOCK SLAMS GAIA FOR PROMOTING "LUCIFERIAN" WORSHIP WITH ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS BROADCASTS

Famed lecturer, researcher, and filmmaker David Wilcock is reportedly asking to be cut loose from the Gaia, Inc., global digital video...

Novel Way to Boost Colorectal Cancer Screening

NOVEL WAY TO BOOST COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING

Colorectal cancer screening tests mailed to patients insured by Medicaid increased screening rates for this population, observe researchers...

 
 
 

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FDA AIMS TO FACILITATE GENE THERAPY DEVELOPMENT FOR HEMOPHILIA, RARE DISEASES

Posted on: 13 July 2018, Significant progress has been made in gene therapy research and development over the years, with promise...

 
 
 

CONSTRUCTION OF A TRIFUNCTIONAL CELLULASE AND EXPRESSION IN SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE USING A FUSION PROTEIN

Cellulose is the most important component of lignocellulose, and its degradation requires three different types of enzymes to act synergistically....

FINDING THE PROTEINS THAT UNPACK DNA

A new method allows researchers to systematically identify specialized proteins called 'nuclesome displacing factors' that unpack DNA...

 
 
 
Army Researchers Teaching Robots to be More Reliable Teammates for Soldiers

ARMY RESEARCHERS TEACHING ROBOTS TO BE MORE RELIABLE TEAMMATES FOR SOLDIERS

NewsResearchers developed a new technique to quickly teach robots novel traversal behaviors with minimal human oversight. Contributed...

Academic expert says Google and Facebook's AI researchers aren't doing science

ACADEMIC EXPERT SAYS GOOGLE AND FACEBOOK'S AI RESEARCHERS AREN'T DOING SCIENCE

The field of artificial intelligence, to those on the outside, must appear to be an orderly gathering of intellectuals collaborating...

 
 
 
Egyptian Rousette Bat Genome Provides Clues to Antiviral Mystery

EGYPTIAN ROUSETTE BAT GENOME PROVIDES CLUES TO ANTIVIRAL MYSTERY

When humans are infected with the Marburg virus, the result is often lethal, with hemorrhagic fever and other symptoms similar to Ebola....

Telkonet Brings on Roth Capital to Explore Sale or Other Deals

TELKONET BRINGS ON ROTH CAPITAL TO EXPLORE SALE OR OTHER DEALS

Telkonet, a small Milwaukee-area energy management and connected devices company, said this week it had hired the investment bank Roth...

 
 
 
Have YOU got type A blood? You're more likely to be bitten by a tick

HAVE YOU GOT TYPE A BLOOD? YOU'RE MORE LIKELY TO BE BITTEN BY A TICK

Researchers in the Czech Republic uncovered proof ticks, which can carry the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, may prefer type A blood....

Education, Income Affect Heart Attack Survival Rates

EDUCATION, INCOME AFFECT HEART ATTACK SURVIVAL RATES

WEDNESDAY, June 25 — Being well-off and well-educated may improve your chances of surviving a heart attack , according to new report. Researchers...

 
 
 
Cool that cuppa! New study finds five-fold increase in risk of esophageal cancer for drinkers of super-hot beverages

COOL THAT CUPPA! NEW STUDY FINDS FIVE-FOLD INCREASE IN RISK OF ESOPHAGEAL CANCER FOR DRINKERS OF SUPER-HOT BEVERAGES

Love a cup of hot tea? Researchers say it's best to let it cool down before taking a sip. Drinking tea at high temperatures may increase...

Burning out at work? French oak wood extract may help, says study

BURNING OUT AT WORK? FRENCH OAK WOOD EXTRACT MAY HELP, SAYS STUDY

Daily supplementation with an extract from French oak wood may help reduce symptoms of fatigue associated with burnout syndrome, says...

 
 
 
Millennial women more likely to suffer depression during pregnancy

MILLENNIAL WOMEN MORE LIKELY TO SUFFER DEPRESSION DURING PREGNANCY

Researchers from Bristol University claim the increasing pressures of modern life are 'amplified' by pregnancy. Chronic stress, sleep...

North Korea may be sitting on a $6 trillion resources stockpile

NORTH KOREA MAY BE SITTING ON A $6 TRILLION RESOURCES STOCKPILE

Reuters/KCNA Research from Credit Suisse suggests North Korea could become a $100 billion economy within 10 years. This would be possible...

 
 
 
Eating just one orange a day could prevent a common cause of blindness

EATING JUST ONE ORANGE A DAY COULD PREVENT A COMMON CAUSE OF BLINDNESS

Researchers from the University of Sydney found that snacking on the popular citrus fruit reduces people's risk of developing age-related...

Shuyang Art Gallery / UAD

SHUYANG ART GALLERY / UAD

Main Entrance. Image © Qiang Zhao Architects: Architectural Design and Research Institute of Zhejiang University Location: Nanjing...