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UNCA Biology Club gears up for international competition - The Blue Banner

UNCA Biology Club gears up for international competition
The Blue Banner
UNC Asheville's student-run Synthetic Biology Club plans to compete for the first time in a worldwide competition taking place this October. The International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition, held in Boston, Massachusetts, brings together ...


Synthetic Biology and Queer Theory Are Cutting Down the “Tree of Life” You Learned About in School - Slate Magazine

Slate Magazine

Synthetic Biology and Queer Theory Are Cutting Down the “Tree of Life” You Learned About in School
Slate Magazine
Now think back to the biological tree of life you no doubt saw graphically represented on the pages of your high school biology textbook—kingdoms, phyla, class, orders, families, genera, and species ramifying from root to apex. Or recall the tree of ...


Software Eats The World, But Biology Eats It - Seeking Alpha

Software Eats The World, But Biology Eats It
Seeking Alpha
He's referencing Marc Andreessen's famous "Why Software Is Eating the World" essay when he titles his "Four Decades of Hacking Biotech and Yet Biology Still Consumes Everything". To tell you about where Bruce is coming from, I can do no better than to ...


Buildings collapsing at Y-12's Biology Complex as DOE prepares for demolition - Oak Ridge Today

Oak Ridge Today

Buildings collapsing at Y-12's Biology Complex as DOE prepares for demolition
Oak Ridge Today
In this case, the environmental management, or EM, activities could actually accelerate the demolition schedule for the Biology Complex because its facilities are collapsing due to age, and the location can be used for modern national defense missions ...


Chan, Zuckerberg boost open-access biology with grant to Cold Spring Harbor - STAT

STAT

Chan, Zuckerberg boost open-access biology with grant to Cold Spring Harbor
STAT
... Dr. Priscilla Chan to advance a variety of social causes such as medical research, is giving a multi-year grant to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory to help support bioRxiv, a website that hosts biology papers before they are published in peer-reviewed ...
BioRxiv preprint server gets funding from Chan Zuckerberg InitiativeScience Magazine

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Four Decades Of Hacking Biotech And Yet Biology Still Consumes Everything - Forbes

Forbes

Four Decades Of Hacking Biotech And Yet Biology Still Consumes Everything
Forbes
Neural networks, cloud computing, deep learning and in silico wizardry are on the cusp of disintermediating pharmaceutical drug discovery, cutting billions of billions off the industry's cost of new drugs and reducing the time to get new medicines ...


Cell biology: A light switch for kinases : Nature Methods : Nature ... - Nature.com

Cell biology: A light switch for kinases : Nature Methods : Nature ...
Nature.com
A photodissociable dimer of the Dronpa fluorescent protein can cage kinases, making these important signal transducers controllable by light.

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Ecuador study abroad brings conservation biology to winter break - Arizona Daily Wildcat

Arizona Daily Wildcat

Ecuador study abroad brings conservation biology to winter break
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Lasting about two weeks and costing, all expenses included, around $5,730, student participants of SWES 495F/595F Amazon Rainforest Conservation Biology in Ecuador perform field work in Yasuni National Park, one of the most biologically diverse areas ...


Students take 1st, 3rd at biology-honorary convention - Hillsdale Collegian

Hillsdale Collegian

Students take 1st, 3rd at biology-honorary convention
Hillsdale Collegian
Seniors Bilyana Petkova and Sheldon Saccoman placed first and third respectively for their oral presentations at the biology honorary's district convention Saturday at Mt. Union University in Alliance, Ohio. Petkova earned the Brooks Award, the highest ...


Syrian refugee in Romania: ISIS banned chemistry and biology ... - EURACTIV

EURACTIV

Syrian refugee in Romania: ISIS banned chemistry and biology ...
EURACTIV
In recent years, the Syrian community in Romania grew due to the ongoing civil war. They say they like Romania. They have their school there. But still, the ...

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