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CSHL WiSE Apr 24
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is a global health priority that affect millions worldwide. There's a need for readily accessible research on the disease-especially for communities where it is often logistically or financially difficult to apply current research
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In honor of we to 1989's & Human Genome Planning Retreat, which shaped U.S. plans for sequencing & mapping the genome. Learn more about the mtg ’s blog:
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It's ! We're celebrating the landmarks of DNA discovery and completion of the human genome project👏 DNA has also been an artistic muse for The Backstreet Boys🎧 Take our science IQ quiz to see how much you know about the miraculous molecule🧬
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 24
TONIGHT! Come on by and have a drink with as he talks about the senses you didn't know had! 👃🌿👀 🤯 And if you're not local, be sure to catch us on (7PM EST) at RSVP:
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Lital Chartarifsky, PhD Apr 24
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Moritz Hunkeler Apr 23
After a nice little hike around Cold Spring Harbor we are now preparing for the first session of the meeting (but dinner first!).
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Banbury Center Apr 23
Replying to @UCSanDiego
This wk we highlight Dr. Pamela Mellon, shown at Banbury in 1980. Her early research ID'd myc oncogene & developed the 1st transient transfection sys. for mammalian cells. Now Prof & Vice-Chair of Research , Dr. Mellon’s lab focuses on brain ctrl of reproduction
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HHMI NEWS Apr 22
New research from HHMI Investigator Zach Lippman and colleagues reveals the various strategies that all flowering plants use to maintain the same status quo and preserve a single, essential genetic circuit.
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 22
Check out this awesome animation from our friends at ! What is CSHL doing to help them reach such an admirable goal? Exclusive expertise and technologies from enables farmers to deal with our changing planet. Learn more 👉 👈
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 22
Happy on this misty morning! Did you know that plants have senses? They can smell, see, and even taste-they use these techniques to grow and thrive. Learn all about how at 's upcoming Cocktails and Chromosomes this Wednesday!
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 20
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And this is just the beginning. Our team at has a lot more in store! Give them a follow on Twitter and sign up for our lab newsletter to get the latest research updates and upcoming event notifications✉️🧪📰 
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 20
Replying to @JBorniger @nnevarezt
Congrats! Excited to have you on campus!
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 20
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Success of this technology unlocked new opportunities for domestication. Lippman teamed up with to custom-tailor seeds to local environments so resulting plants are more resilient and adaptable to (5/5)
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 20
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Last year, Dr. Van Eck & professor Dr. Lippman brought the production of to fruition. The task was a testament to the possibility for gene-editing to bring "wild plants or orphan crops into agricultural production”(4/5)
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 20
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Selecting for desired traits is something farms have been doing for centuries. Now, with and other gene-editing technologies🧬🔬, we're able to do it at a higher caliber, ushering in a kind of "new green revolution"🌱 (3/5)
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 20
. prof found a metabolic, moonlighting gene that's in charge of determining branching in corn ears🌽, which affects the amount of kernels per cob, and makes the modern corn easier to harvest than its ancestor, teosinte (2/5)
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 20
Crop evolution is not linear.Genotypes converge and diverge; traits emerge, disappear, and are reintroduced. Domestication is like a dance, as farmers and scientists decipher how genes and traits match up and how best to curate the most optimally yielding plant (1/5)
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 19
Archaic humans are slowly filling out the branches on our evolutionary tree, and we have a lot to learn from them💀! On , we invite you to dive into our non-modern family tree 🎧🎧 with CSHL Professor as your guide🦴🧙‍♂️
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Apr 19
We're going to miss Dr. Adam Kepecs and his talented lab members, and wish them the best at . Their time at CSHL has accomplished a great deal. Check it out 👉 👈
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