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    Neuroscience & Spine Center patients benefit from support of care navigator - HealthCanal.com
      The Neuroscience & Spine Center at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital provides diagnosis and treatment for the widest possible range of neurological issues, including Alzheimer's and memory diso ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Genomics Needs A Killer App - TechCrunch
      TechCrunch Genomics is an incredible technology for newborn and pre-natal screening, investigating the cause of a rare condition, and treating cancer, but for most healthy people it's still not particularly revolutionary. Imagine if instead, with t ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Avalon park protesters get boost from biology expert - Press of Atlantic City
      Press of Atlantic City Terry Master, a biology professor at East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania, speaks Friday, March 27, 2015, to a small crowd on the value of Armacost Park in Avalon. Listening, from left, are Avalon ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Flushing man plans 300-mile walk to pay for wife's stem cell transplant - WDIV Detroit
      WDIV Detroit Aaron Szukhent is undertaking an almost 300 mile walk to raise $25,000 to pay for his wife Wendy's stem cell transplant. Szukhent, of Flushing, Mich., says the couple hopes the stem cell treatment ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Reducing Pain Just By Crossing Your Fingers? - Nature World News
      Nature World News The findings could help scientists better understand our reactions to pain on a biological level, and possibly lead to treatments for patients that suffer from chronic pain. To shed some light on the subject, researchers ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    NSU professor publishes article on plant biology - AberdeenNews.com
      AberdeenNews.com Russell, assistant professor of biology at NSU, worked on the research discussed in the article while seeking his doctorate degree. The work was done in collaboration with colleagues at Indiana University in Bloomington ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Meet 'Cookie:' Healing with stem-cell surgery - Orlando Sentinel
      Orlando Sentinel Deltona resident Paul Jaynes talks about the miraculous recovery his 9-year-old golden labrador 'Cookie' made after having stem-cell surgery to resolve her crippling arthritis symptoms. (Joe Burbank/Orlando ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Stanford Professor Receives $1M Stem Cell Grant for 'Bubble Boy' Disease - Bioscience Technology
      The agency said in a statement that the awards support "projects that use or target stem cells, have shown potential in early stage research and are now ready to move one step closer to clinical tri ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    In New Gene-Editing World, Doudna Applies Both Brake and Gas Pedal - Xconomy
      Xconomy Because of that ease, however, many, including Doudna herself, are now extremely worried that genetic engineering will be used not to cure disease but to improve looks, intelligence, and other personal traits-and the pr ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    AstraZeneca and Harvard Partner on Stem Cell Therapies for Diabetes - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
      AstraZeneca entered into a five-year research collaboration with the Harvard Stem Cell Institute (HSCI) to adapt a technique that creates human beta cells from stem cells for use in screens of ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Celebs' stem cell facial treatments include sheep placenta - New York Daily News
      New York Daily News "Stem cells are basically the ground zero for cell growth,? says celebrity skinkeeper Joanna Vargas. "Collagen production slows down as we age, and stem cells are a great way to produce ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Neuroscience proves influence of digital OOH on other media - MediaTel Newsline
      MediaTel Newsline A new study using neuroscience has demonstrated for the first time how digital out-of-home positively influences responses to other media. This is the second stage of the research, conducted by Neuro-Insigh ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Amgen's deCODE lays marker for future of genomics-driven drug discovery - FierceBiotech IT
      New York Times And while the initiative still has some technical shortcomings and is yet to prove to the outside world it is worth $415 million, it nonetheless sparked excitement in the genomics community. The ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Are GMOs causing an increase in allergies? - Genetic Literacy Project
      This is patently false - genetic engineering techniques allow us to precisely add genes of known structure and function to crops. It would in principle be possible to engineer corn that expresses anthrax toxin, or introduce peanut al ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
    Can neuroscience explain why people love to torture? - Genetic Literacy Project
      It is fascinating to read about torture because one realizes how much ordinary people were involved in it and enjoy watching it. Public punishment (that invariably involved terrible bodily torture until well into the 19th c ....more | Save |  Share  Email 27th Mar 2015 
     
     
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