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    Can We Use Neuroscience To Save The Planet? - WBUR

      WBUR Recycled plastic bottles sit on a conveyor belt to be processed at the Repreve Bottle Processing Center in North Carolina. (Chuck Burton/AP). Many of us have good intentions when it comes to helping the environment - from recycling to bu Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Republicans Want Trump to Fire NIH Director Who Supports Embryonic Stem Cell Research - LifeNews.com

      LifeNews.com While pro-life advocates strongly support scientific research, they oppose embryonic stem cell research because the only way to obtain embryonic stem cells is to destroy unique human beings Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Scientists identify 40 genes that shed new light on biology of intelligence - The Guardian

      The Guardian A major study into the genetics of human intelligence has given scientists their richest insight yet into the biology that underpins our cognitive skills. The research on 60,000 adults and Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    The CRISPR Journal, a new peer-reviewed publication launching in 2018 - EurekAlert (press release)

      New Rochelle, NY, May 22, 2017 - Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers announces the launch of The CRISPR Journal, a broad-based international peer-reviewed publication dedicated to the dissemination of crit Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    A linebacker in Australia: Vanderbilt's Oren Burks is down under for biology program - Gridiron Now

      Gridiron Now Burks has touched down in Australia as part of a biology class on the diverse plant and animal life of the country. The full name of the course is "BSCI 3890: Corals, Koalas and Cassowari Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    How Addiction Holds Our Brains Hostage - Paste Magazine

      Paste Magazine This column, On the Mind, is a series about the latest in cognitive science and neuroscience-related research that applies to our everyday lives. This biweekly series is for those interested in cutting-edge findings about the practic Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    How a cancer test maker started by former Twitter, Google execs hopes to change the world - San Francisco Business Times

      With its $249 test to screen for 30 genes linked to eight hereditary cancers, Color Genomics Inc. has pushed to detect cancer earlier but also take price away as a barrier. Color too Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Rosetta Genomics Plans to Sell PersonalizeDx Business ... - GenomeWeb

      NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) - Rosetta Genomics said today that it intends to sell its PersonalizeDx business as part of an ongoing effort to focus on itsá...Rosetta Genomics Focusing Efforts on Improving ... - Baystreet.caBaystreet.caa Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Study aims to give dogs with arthritis greater comfort in old age - KMSP-TV

      KMSP-TV INVER GROVE HEIGHTS, Minn. (KMSP) - A new nationwide stem cell study is hoping to give dogs with arthritis a better life. Minnesota is one of about a dozen states involved in this ground breaking clinical trial. Fourteen Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Color Genomics to Accept Insurance for Hereditary Cancer Risk Test - GenomeWeb

      NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) - Color Genomics, which to date has been offering its 30-gene hereditary cancer risk test at a self-pay rate of around $250, said it will begin accepting health insurance starting June 15. The company ha Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Color Genomics to Accept Insurance for Hereditary Cancer Risk Test ... - GenomeWeb

      NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) - Color Genomics, which to date has been offering its 30-gene hereditary cancer risk test at a self-pay rate of around $250, said itá...How cancer test maker Color Genomics, started b Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Oryzon Genomics: ORY-2001 And ORY-3001 Next In Focus - Investing.com

      Oryzon's (MC:ORY) Q117 financial results were broadly in line with our expectations. The company's partner, Roche is now solely responsible for ORY-1001's development; it is conducting a Phase I trial in small cell lung ca Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Longeveron to receive Grant from the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund - PR Newswire (press release)

      MIAMI, May 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Longeveron announced receiving a $750,000 grant from the Maryland Stem Cell Research Fund (MSCRF) to continue groundbreaking stem cell research. Longeveron, a Miami ba Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Stem cell therapy makes sterile mice fertile again - Engadget

      Engadget Researchers at Shanghai's Jiao Tong University have conducted an experiment involving stem cells and sterile mice. Germline stem cells -- the building blocks of an egg -- were taken from a young mouse and implanted int Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Do Biology Textbooks Give Us a Sexist, Fairy Tale Account of Fertilisation? - The Ladies Finger

      The Ladies Finger A sinologist, anthropologist, and a feminist, Emily Martin's essay exposes the gender stereotypes hidden in biology which implies that female biological processes are less wor Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Patient uses fat stem cells to repair his wrist - CNN

      CNN She partnered with the Vatican to hold a stem cell conference last year. "We're moving toward a new era in medicine," said Smith, who was not involved in this research. "(We are) recognizing cells in our body and immune system Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Temasek-backed China genomics firm targets raising up to $200 mln - sources - Nasdaq

      Nasdaq WuXi NextCODE draws interest from Hillhouse, Sequoia, others * Proceeds to be used to help build genomics data platform * Existing investors include Temasek, Jack Ma'sYunfeng Capital By Julie ZhuHO Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Temasek-backed China genomics firm targets raising up to $200 ... - Nasdaq

      Nasdaq WuXi NextCODE draws interest from Hillhouse, Sequoia, others* Proceeds to be used to help build genomics data platform* Existing investors include.and moreá╗ Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Temasek-backed China genomics firm targets raising up to $200 mln - sources - Reuters

      HONG KONG, May 22 A Temasek-backed Chinese genomics firm has kicked off its latest fundraising round with a target of up to $200 million, drawing interest from investors including Hillhouse Capital Group an Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     

    Video game speeds up neuroscience research - Dailyuw

      Mozak brings together the individual strengths of humans with those of computers to further research in neuroscience and computer science. Researchers at the Allen Institute cut out sections of mouse brain tissue and human brain tissue, donated by .. Save |  Share  Email 22nd May 2017 
     
     
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