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@westmidsgmc 1h
and are both increasingly important aspects of healthcare - but what are they the study of?
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Bradley Jon Eaglefeather 16m
Singularity Hub As We Democratize Biology, We Must Avoid Biologizing Democracy: Technology is rapidly being demonetized and democratized, and that includes biotechnology. Almost anyone can now… Via
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Justin Hubert 11h
Replying to @alixandraaa_
Oh that’s where you get your ability to speak your mind. 😂😂
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Thaddeus Seher Apr 18
Grad student Craig Ennis in science communication competition today. Talking about of biofilm antibiotics resistance.
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Gamer Geek 4h
Hitting the Books: How calculus is helping unravel DNA's secrets
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Dr. Thomas Wilckens 9m
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Shaun Wooller 4h
A £38 gene test can accurately predict a person’s risk of growing up fat, scientists claim. The personalised score looks at more than two million bits of that influence body weight.
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Amchara 4h
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Authorship.me™ Inc. Apr 20
>> vs. [BBC] HIV used to cure 'bubble boy' disease
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Paradise Seeds 22h
We have taken a trip down memory lane with this variety, released to commemorate legalization in the Golden State, picking out some old school classic Californian and giving them a turbo boost to produce something very special.
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Katie Grogan 👩‍🔬🧬 Apr 18
Replying to @RachelJabaily
As suggested by , if you’re a teacher, especially of or this is a great addition. Also consider reading some of this work before you begin the semester.
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Australian Farmer 8h
Safflower: from low-value tactical crop to highly profitable oilseed thanks to CSIRO's 'gene silencing' technology. Read about this world-first innovation here:
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Genomics Education Apr 17
Have you seen our family history drawing tool? Often, taking a genetic family history is the first step in helping a patient, and the tool is a useful guide. If you work in the NHS, email us for your copy - genomicseducation@hee.nhs.uk
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Maggie Shelton 2h
Interesting Radio 4 food programme about our cloned, vulnerable Cavendish bananas, genetic modifications to add nutrition, the future of bananas etc.
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حياة المحياوي Apr 16
The second day of SSMG 2019 conference has already ended but the info they shared will never end or stop. ✨ Thank you all 🙏♥️
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Cell at CellPress Apr 18
This issue of Cell features a double dose of focused - Check out the Preview written by Torkamani and Topol to get a bigger picture perspective
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PhysiologicalSociety Apr 20
The first US trial of CRISPR in humans has begun! Currently two patients, both who have difficult-to-treat forms of cancer, are taking part in the trial.
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Rock and Rhone Apr 19
The only tools are
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Matt 18h
Free lecture from Professor Robert Plomin ‘Future challenges for the science of child psychology and psychiatry’
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Amber Apr 16
Are you a super taster? Students used ptc strips to answer the question! Check our some of their reactions.
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NEJM Apr 18
Correspondence: Treatment Strategies for Deficiency of Adenosine Deaminase 2
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