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Bass Biology provides new home for the life sciences at Stanford - Stanford University News
Bass Biology provides new home for the life sciences at Stanford  Stanford University News

In the new Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Biology Research Building, which will be formally dedicated this week, Stanford biology faculty and students once ...


Biology students get to see eye to eye with nature - Arizona State University
Biology students get to see eye to eye with nature  Arizona State University

The Sea of Cortez is teeming with life, and an ASU biology class came to life there earlier this month. The class, taught by Assistant Research Professor Jesse ...


What our new study reveals about the genetics and biology of suicidal behaviour - The Conversation - UK
What our new study reveals about the genetics and biology of suicidal behaviour  The Conversation - UK

More than three quarters of a million people take their own lives every year, to devastating personal, social and economic cost. Recent research has detailed the ...


No grace marks for PU Biology paper - Deccan Herald
No grace marks for PU Biology paper  Deccan Herald

Rubbishing reports that several questions were out of syllabus in this year's II PU Biology exam, the department of pre-university education has decided not to ...


From mirror-image biology to enhanced therapeutic proteins - Science Daily
From mirror-image biology to enhanced therapeutic proteins  Science Daily

Scientists have succeeded in reconstructing biomolecules in their mirror-image form. The researchers' goal is to create a mirror-image artificial protein synthesis ...


Programming biology with Dr. Andrew Phillips - Microsoft
Programming biology with Dr. Andrew Phillips  Microsoft

When we think of information processing systems, we often think of computers, but we ourselves are made up of information processing systems – trillions of ...


Biologists develop new method of cloning - Phys.Org
Biologists develop new method of cloning  Phys.Org

DNA, which contains the genetic information of an organism, consists of long chains of nucleotides. In order to study the functions based on the sequence of ...


A premier depicted as the 'Wicked Witch', women's biology questioned: What a week - Women's Agenda
A premier depicted as the 'Wicked Witch', women's biology questioned: What a week  Women's Agenda

What a week it's been for women in politics (again), from emotional farewells to offensive depictions of women in the game.


Guns N Taxonomy: The Vertebrate Biology Of Annie Alexander - Women You Should Know
Guns N Taxonomy: The Vertebrate Biology Of Annie Alexander  Women You Should Know

Despite not having a college education, Annie Alexander was central to the development of evolutionary biology and paleontology in the early 20th Century.


Robotic collectives inspired by biological cells - Nature.com
Robotic collectives inspired by biological cells  Nature.com

A robotic system has been demonstrated in which the random motion of individual components leads to deterministic behaviour, much as occurs in living ...


Shape-Shifting Mitochondria Direct Stem Cells' Fate - Quanta Magazine
Shape-Shifting Mitochondria Direct Stem Cells' Fate  Quanta Magazine

Mitochondria are most famous as sources of metabolic energy. But by splitting and combining, they can also release chemical signals to regulate cell activities,


Nimbus builds out scientific team with new heads of biology, clinical development - FierceBiotech
Nimbus builds out scientific team with new heads of biology, clinical development  FierceBiotech

A month after hiring on a new chief scientific officer, Nimbus Therapeutics is at it again. Its scientific team is getting two new leaders—Jennifer Rocnik, Ph.D., ...


Risks and potential rewards of synthetic biology - UN Environment
Risks and potential rewards of synthetic biology  UN Environment

Did you know that scientists can modify microorganisms like E. coli by rewriting their genetic code to turn them into tiny living factories that produce biofuel?


Lawsuit against Harvard focuses on actions of 19th-century biologist - Inside Higher Ed
Lawsuit against Harvard focuses on actions of 19th-century biologist  Inside Higher Ed

Lawsuit says the university is inappropriately earning money from the earliest images of slaves -- commissioned by Louis Agassiz -- and failing to recognize his ...


First Neuroscientific Evidence that Humans Have Geomagnetic Sense | Biology, Neuroscience - Sci-News.com
First Neuroscientific Evidence that Humans Have Geomagnetic Sense | Biology, Neuroscience  Sci-News.com

An international team of neuroscientists and geoscientists from Caltech, the University of Tokyo, Princeton University and Tokyo Institute of Technology has ...


How secret conversations inside cells are transforming biology - Nature.com
How secret conversations inside cells are transforming biology  Nature.com

Nobody paid much attention to Jean Vance 30 years ago, when she discovered something fundamental about the building blocks inside cells. She even ...


Mallee MP Andrew Broad slammed over 'biology' remarks on women in politics - Sunraysia Daily
Mallee MP Andrew Broad slammed over 'biology' remarks on women in politics  Sunraysia Daily

COMMENTS by Member for Mallee Andrew Broad that politics was tougher on women because of “the very nature of biology” have been slammed as outdated ...


When it comes to monarchs, fall migration matters - Nature World News
When it comes to monarchs, fall migration matters  Nature World News

Scientists studying monarch butterflies have traditionally focused on two sources for their decline - winter habitat loss in Mexico and fewer milkweed plants in the ...


Biologists Close In On Cells That Drive Immune Response To Cancer - SciTechDaily
Biologists Close In On Cells That Drive Immune Response To Cancer  SciTechDaily

Immunotherapy, using the body's own immune system to target and destroy cancer cells, is one of the most promising frontiers in cancer research, but many ...


Nimbus Therapeutics Grows Scientific Team, Adding Leaders in Biology and Preclinical Development - Business Wire
Nimbus Therapeutics Grows Scientific Team, Adding Leaders in Biology and Preclinical Development  Business Wire

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nimbus Therapeutics, a biotechnology company applying deep computational expertise throughout drug discovery ...


Systems biology: Cell atlas of the aging lung - Science Daily
Systems biology: Cell atlas of the aging lung  Science Daily

Aging promotes lung function decline and increases susceptibility to diseases of the respiratory tract. In order to understand these effects in detail, researchers ...


Port Macquarie's real life Lion story: Samara's search for biological parents in Sri Lanka - Blue Mountains Gazette
Port Macquarie's real life Lion story: Samara's search for biological parents in Sri Lanka  Blue Mountains Gazette

Inspired by the film Lion a young Port Macquarie woman has begun the journey of trying to find her biological parents.


Harnessing synthetic biology to produce terpenoids, oil in plants - MSUToday
Harnessing synthetic biology to produce terpenoids, oil in plants  MSUToday

MSU scientists have developed synthetic biology tools to co-produce high-value compounds in plants. The study is published in the journal Nature ...


New study shows effects on offspring of epigenetic inheritance via sperm - Nature World News
New study shows effects on offspring of epigenetic inheritance via sperm  Nature World News

In experiments with worms, researchers showed that epigenetic marks on sperm chromosomes affect gene expression and development in offspring.


Daily briefing: How a 'super-smeller' can sniff out Parkinson's disease - Nature.com
Daily briefing: How a 'super-smeller' can sniff out Parkinson's disease  Nature.com

Years before motor symptoms, the smell might diagnose Parkinson's. Plus: WHO panel calls for a human genome-editing registry and an online tool for building ...


Algal library lends insights into genes for photosynthesis - Nature World News
Algal library lends insights into genes for photosynthesis  Nature World News

It isn't easy being green. It takes thousands of genes to build the photosynthetic machinery that plants need to harness sunlight for growth. And yet, researchers ...


Peering inside life's microworld: MIT's 2019 image award winners - STAT
Peering inside life's microworld: MIT's 2019 image award winners  STAT

The 10 images in this year's exhibit were chosen from more than 160 submissions. They offer a peek into the living world as few have ever seen it.


Powerful machine-learning technique enables biologists to analyze enormous data sets - Phys.Org
Powerful machine-learning technique enables biologists to analyze enormous data sets  Phys.Org

Researchers at A*STAR have compared six data-analysis processes and come up with a clear winner in terms of speed, quality of analysis and reliability.


AI empowers conservation biology - Nature.com
AI empowers conservation biology  Nature.com

Faced with mountains of image and audio data, researchers are turning to artificial intelligence to answer pressing ecological questions.


Marine biologists find dead whale in Philippines with 40kg of plastic waste in stomach - PerthNow
Marine biologists find dead whale in Philippines with 40kg of plastic waste in stomach  PerthNow

By the time marine biologist Darrell Blatchley arrived, the young Cuvier's beaked whale was already floating, dead in the water, its eyes sunken and ribs ...


Women's Pain Is Different From Men's—the Drugs Could Be Too - WIRED
Women's Pain Is Different From Men's—the Drugs Could Be Too  WIRED

A new study shows clear differences in the biology of how men and women feel pain, a reminder that sex-specific pain medications might benefit us all.


Science Says: Tiny 'water bears' can teach us about survival - The Associated Press
Science Says: Tiny 'water bears' can teach us about survival  The Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Earth's ultimate survivors can weather extreme heat, cold, radiation and even the vacuum of space. Now the U.S. military hopes these ...


II PU: No grace marks in biology - The Hindu
II PU: No grace marks in biology  The Hindu

The Department of Pre-University Education has ruled out the possibility of any grace marks for the II PU Biology examination held on March 14. P.C. Jaffer ...


Biology exam easy, accountancy tricky - Times of India
Biology exam easy, accountancy tricky  Times of India

Ludhiana: Students of Class XII of Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) appeared for their biology and accountancy papers on Wednesday.


One invasive species spells disaster for Yellowstone's lake - Cosmos
One invasive species spells disaster for Yellowstone's lake  Cosmos

Just one species of invasive predatory fish has created extensive changes in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems in Yellowstone National Park in the US.


Moratorium for germline editing splits biologists - Science Magazine
Moratorium for germline editing splits biologists  Science Magazine

A prominent group of 18 scientists and bioethicists from seven countries has called for a global “moratorium” on human germline editing, the creation of heritable ...


PU II students may get grace marks in Biology - The New Indian Express
PU II students may get grace marks in Biology  The New Indian Express

The department of Pre University education has constituted a committee of three men to look into a complaint by students who attended the PU-II Biology ...


Wildlife tourism may negatively affect African elephants' behavior - Nature World News
Wildlife tourism may negatively affect African elephants' behavior  Nature World News

Increasing numbers of tourists are interested in observing wildlife such as African elephants, and income generated from tourism potentially aids in the ...


NSW to lead nation in synthetic biology research - Mirage News
NSW to lead nation in synthetic biology research  Mirage News

Research into new technologies that could pioneer breakthroughs in the biomedical and agriculture sectors has received a significant boost, with the NSW ...


Mobile DNA element found in mosquito parasite has potential for infectious disease control - EurekAlert
Mobile DNA element found in mosquito parasite has potential for infectious disease control  EurekAlert

An interdisciplinary team of scientists has identified a new mobile DNA element in the Wolbachia parasite, which may contribute to improved control strategies ...


SIPRI makes recommendations to prevent 3D printing's misuse in biological weapons - 3D Printing Industry
SIPRI makes recommendations to prevent 3D printing's misuse in biological weapons  3D Printing Industry

Additive manufacturing and 3D bioprinting have been featured in a new risk report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Titled BIO ...


FDA Procedures for Handling Requests for Nonproprietary Name Suffix Review for Biological Products Newly Licensed Under Section 351 of the PHS Act - Lexology
FDA Procedures for Handling Requests for Nonproprietary Name Suffix Review for Biological Products Newly Licensed Under Section 351 of the PHS Act  Lexology

On March 7, 2019 FDA updated the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) Manual of Policies on Procedures (MAPP) for Nonproprietary Naming ...


Committee to examine complaints about PU biology paper - The Hindu
Committee to examine complaints about PU biology paper  The Hindu

Students have complained that the questions were unusually tough.


Microsoft moves into biological computing with Station B - Financial Times
Microsoft moves into biological computing with Station B  Financial Times

Tech giant rolls out new system to analyse vast volumes of biomedical data.


Molecular Biology Enzymes, Kits & Reagents Market Analysis by Experts 2019 to 2025 - industryreports24.com
Molecular Biology Enzymes, Kits & Reagents Market Analysis by Experts 2019 to 2025  industryreports24.com

The report will make detailed analysis mainly on in-depth research on the development environment, Market size, development trend, operation situation and ...


ISC 12th biology paper analysis 2019: What students said after exam - Hindustan Times
ISC 12th biology paper analysis 2019: What students said after exam  Hindustan Times

ISC 12th Biology Paper: ISC students who wrote their biology exam paper in Lucknow on Thursday said that it was objective in approach and the questions ...


Cornell the First Among Ivy League to Offer Minor in Astrobiology - Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun
Cornell the First Among Ivy League to Offer Minor in Astrobiology  Cornell University The Cornell Daily Sun

From exploring planets beyond our solar system to researching exterrestrial life, Cornell's new undergraduate minor in astrobiology, to be debuted next ...


Formula Is Feminist - Slate
Formula Is Feminist  Slate

The only other substance the journal bans is tobacco.


Machine learning can play an important role in conservation - Earth.com
Machine learning can play an important role in conservation  Earth.com

Machine learning is proving useful in more places than you might imagine, and many conservation biologists are taking advantage of these powerful tools.


AD100 Snøhetta Designs Europe's First Underwater Restaurant - Architectural Digest
AD100 Snøhetta Designs Europe's First Underwater Restaurant  Architectural Digest

The 3230-square-foot restaurant at the southernmost point of Norway is also a marine biology station.


FDA Final Guidance on the Nonproprietary Naming of Biological Products: Update - Lexology
FDA Final Guidance on the Nonproprietary Naming of Biological Products: Update  Lexology

On March 7, 2019, FDA issued draft guidance that describes FDA's current thinking on nonproprietary names of biological products licensed under…


How ‘F’ Sounds Might Break a Fundamental Rule of Linguistics - The Atlantic
How ‘F’ Sounds Might Break a Fundamental Rule of Linguistics  The Atlantic

If farming helped introduce f's and v's 12000 years ago, it would challenge the principle that humans' language abilities haven't significantly changed since we ...


Pathogens sometimes escape the lab — with deadly results - Vox.com
Pathogens sometimes escape the lab — with deadly results  Vox.com

Research into dangerous viruses and bacteria is important, but for the deadliest pathogens, it's not clear the benefits are worth the risks.


Researchers use algorithm from Netflix challenge to speed up biological imaging - Phys.org
Researchers use algorithm from Netflix challenge to speed up biological imaging  Phys.org

Researchers have repurposed an algorithm originally developed for Netflix's 2009 movie preference prediction competition to create a method for acquiring ...


CBSE Class 12 Biology Paper Ends With A Thumbs Up From Students - NDTV News
CBSE Class 12 Biology Paper Ends With A Thumbs Up From Students  NDTV News

CBSE concluded the class 12 Biology exam today. Initial response from teachers and students suggest that the paper was bit tricky. with very few gap days ...


II PU Biology students demand re-exam - Star of Mysore
II PU Biology students demand re-exam  Star of Mysore

Mysuru: Hundreds of Second Year Pre-University (PU) students, who had written their Biology exam paper on Thursday, have demanded the PU Board to either ...


Millions watched her kids on YouTube. Off-screen, she was beating and starving them, police say. - The Washington Post
Millions watched her kids on YouTube. Off-screen, she was beating and starving them, police say.  The Washington Post

The video-sharing website said it had demonetized the channel, but the case adds to growing questions about how the company polices its open-ended *service*.


II PU students won’t get grace marks in Biology - Times of India
II PU students won’t get grace marks in Biology  Times of India

Education News: While students appearing for II PU exams in the state expressed their displeasure over the “extremely tough” and “out of the syllabus” ...


Mammals' unique arms started evolving before the dinosaurs existed - Nature World News
Mammals' unique arms started evolving before the dinosaurs existed  Nature World News

Bats fly, whales swim, gibbons swing from tree to tree, horses gallop, and humans swipe on their phones--the different habitats and lifestyles of mammals rely on ...


Mystery solved—biologists explain the genetic origins of the saffron crocus - Phys.org
Mystery solved—biologists explain the genetic origins of the saffron crocus  Phys.org

With a price tag of up to €30000 per kilogram, saffron is the most expensive spice in the world. Sometimes it even exceeds the price of gold. Its typical aroma is ...


Scientists Grew a Mini-Brain in a Dish, And It Connected to a Spinal Cord by Itself - ScienceAlert
Scientists Grew a Mini-Brain in a Dish, And It Connected to a Spinal Cord by Itself  ScienceAlert

Lab-growing the most complex structure in the known Universe may sound like an impossible task, but that hasn't stopped scientists from trying.


Evolving society: why humanity coheres - Nature.com
Evolving society: why humanity coheres  Nature.com

Agustín Fuentes compares three books on the origins, trajectory and implications of our group behaviour.


The lizard and the egg: lizards break golden rule of biology - ANU Science
The lizard and the egg: lizards break golden rule of biology  ANU Science

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) have made a remarkable discovery about a group of lizards, and how they've managed to thrive in ...


C-sections are seen as breastfeeding barrier in the U.S., but not in other global communities - Purdue News Service
C-sections are seen as breastfeeding barrier in the U.S., but not in other global communities  Purdue News Service

The increase in cesarean sections is on the verge of a global epidemic. Though the World Health Organization recommends an optimal C-section rate of 10-15 ...


U-M biologists capture super-creepy photos of Amazon spiders making meals of frogs, lizards, furry mammals - University of Michigan News
U-M biologists capture super-creepy photos of Amazon spiders making meals of frogs, lizards, furry mammals  University of Michigan News

ANN ARBOR—Warning to arachnophobes and the faint of heart: This is the stuff of nightmares, so you might want to proceed with caution. A University of ...


Alligator study reveals insight into dinosaur hearing - Nature World News
Alligator study reveals insight into dinosaur hearing  Nature World News

UMD biologist finds alligators build neural maps of sound the way birds do, suggesting the hearing strategy existed in their common ancestor, the dinosaurs.


Alameda Creek Steelhead Get A Lift Upstream With State-Of-The-Art Fish Ladder - CBS San Francisco
Alameda Creek Steelhead Get A Lift Upstream With State-Of-The-Art Fish Ladder  CBS San Francisco

SUNOL REGIONAL WILDERNESS (KPIX 5) — The San Francisco Public Utilities District has just completed a state-of-the-art, $30 million project to help get fish ...


Biological API Drug Manufacturing- Global Market Analysis 2019-2024 Dominant Players Celltrion, DSM Biologics, Samsung BioLogics - Global Industry Journal
Biological API Drug Manufacturing- Global Market Analysis 2019-2024 Dominant Players Celltrion, DSM Biologics, Samsung BioLogics  Global Industry Journal

The Global Biological API Drug Manufacturing Market report provides the forecasting study for next five years on the basis of past and present data. The report ...


Flinders Uni, Canadian partnership to combat biological weapons - Defence Connect
Flinders Uni, Canadian partnership to combat biological weapons  Defence Connect

Flinders University and the Government of Canada have partnered to develop new responses to counter the growing threat of biological weapons used by either ...


Carol L. Folt to become USC's 12th president - USC News
Carol L. Folt to become USC's 12th president  USC News

Noted scientist, teacher and academic leader Carol L. Folt will become USC's 12th president, the USC Board of Trustees announced today. Formerly chancellor ...


Feds Urged to Free Two Endangered Wolves Trapped in New Mexico - Center for Biological Diversity
Feds Urged to Free Two Endangered Wolves Trapped in New Mexico  Center for Biological Diversity

SILVER CITY, N.M.— Thirty-seven organizations today sent a letter urging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife *Service* to free two endangered wolves trapped in New ...


Myths About the Female Running Body - How to Deal With Running Injuries in Females - Runner's World
Myths About the Female Running Body - How to Deal With Running Injuries in Females  Runner's World

Yes, women get injured. But it's not because of how they're built.


Emily Peace's search for biological grandfather takes her to Gloucester and Dungog - Manning River Times
Emily Peace's search for biological grandfather takes her to Gloucester and Dungog  Manning River Times

Emily Peace is searching for her grandfather, with one lead connecting him to Gloucester.


Colorado Air-quality Commission to Consider Petition Seeking to Blame Metro-Denver Smog on China, Other Nations - Center for Biological Diversity
Colorado Air-quality Commission to Consider Petition Seeking to Blame Metro-Denver Smog on China, Other Nations  Center for Biological Diversity

DENVER— Colorado air officials on Thursday will consider a petition by a mysterious group called “Defend Colorado” to declare that the smog problem in the ...


Online post helps resident track down biological family - TBW News Group - The Border Watch
Online post helps resident track down biological family - TBW News Group  The Border Watch

A MOUNT Gambier man's search to find his biological parents is one step closer after a social media post transcended oceans to connect him with his long-lost ...


Mystery of French babies born with deformed arms – here's what a developmental biologist thinks - The Conversation - UK
Mystery of French babies born with deformed arms – here's what a developmental biologist thinks  The Conversation - UK

REMERA, a French national birth-defect registry, recently identified clusters of children born with malformed limbs in three rural regions in France. Each cluster ...


Angela Belcher named head of the Department of Biological Engineering - MIT News
Angela Belcher named head of the Department of Biological Engineering  MIT News

Angela Belcher, the James Mason Crafts Professor of Biological Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering at MIT, has been named the new head of ...


Office Hours: Elizabeth Co | BU Today - BU Today
Office Hours: Elizabeth Co | BU Today  BU Today

This week BU Today launches a new video series, “Office Hours,” where students bring a question to one of their professors they might not typically ask in a ...


WADA says biological passport works despite latest scandal - VeloNews
WADA says biological passport works despite latest scandal  VeloNews

Anti-doping officials say athletes caught in latest police sting had suspicious biological passport results, reinforcing the system's reliability. Officials from the ...


Meet Daydream Island Resort's resident marine biologists - Travel Weekly
Meet Daydream Island Resort's resident marine biologists  Travel Weekly

Yes, you read that headline correctly. Daydream Island has got two resident marine biologists and we're sure they're just as excited about the resort's grand ...


Global Biological Stains Market 2019: Key Players: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Avantor, Becton Dickinson, Beckman Coulter, Merck Group and more... - Microfinance Observer
Global Biological Stains Market 2019: Key Players: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., Avantor, Becton Dickinson, Beckman Coulter, Merck Group and more...  Microfinance Observer

The global Biological Stains market is comprehensively and Insightful information in the report, taking into consideration various factors such as competition, ...


CBSE Class 12 Biology Board Exam 2019: Important Resources & Last Minute Preparation Tips - Jagran Josh
CBSE Class 12 Biology Board Exam 2019: Important Resources & Last Minute Preparation Tips  Jagran Josh

CBSE Class 12 Biology Paper 2019 is scheduled to be held on 15 March 2019 (from 10:30 AM to 01:00 PM). Check important resources, Chapter-wise ...


Quantum 2.0: At the beating heart of biology - Pursuit
Quantum 2.0: At the beating heart of biology  Pursuit

Quantum mechanics is one of the most profound theories in science. It describes the strange reality of the atomic and sub-atomic world which is governed by ...


How to Engineer Biology - Scientific American
How to Engineer Biology  Scientific American

Because biology is the result of evolution and not human development, bringing engineering principles to it is guaranteed to fail. Or so goes the argument ...


Biological opinion slated for increased water certainty | Local News - Herald and News
Biological opinion slated for increased water certainty | Local News  Herald and News

Bureau of Reclamation's Klamath Basin Area Office officials Friday will update the public on the progress of a new biological opinion scheduled for completion ...


JMU to host evolutionary biologist Barbara Schaal - Augusta Free Press
JMU to host evolutionary biologist Barbara Schaal  Augusta Free Press

Barbara Schaal, an evolutionary biologist and former vice president of the National Academy of Sciences, will speak at James Madison University April 1.


Biology in the bank - Science Magazine
Biology in the bank  Science Magazine

How an open-access trove of data on Britons is unlocking the genetics of disease, behavior, and physical traits. Open in new tab. UK Biobank Principal ...


This 3D-Printed Sushi is Customized For You Based on the Biological Sample You Send In - Mental Floss
This 3D-Printed Sushi is Customized For You Based on the Biological Sample You Send In  Mental Floss

The 3D-printed sushi at Sushi Singularity will be custom-built around your biological data. To get it, the restaurant will ask you to mail a saliva, urine, or feces ...


As Southern California cougars near ‘extinction vortex,’ a radical rescue plan emerges - Los Angeles Times
As Southern California cougars near ‘extinction vortex,’ a radical rescue plan emerges  Los Angeles Times

As new research warns that Southern California mountain lions are entering an "extinction vortex," some conservationists are considering a radical solution: ...


Global Biological Pest Control Market Study | Manufacturers Analysis, Market Size, Share and Future Prospects 2019 to 2025 - Market Research Updates
Global Biological Pest Control Market Study | Manufacturers Analysis, Market Size, Share and Future Prospects 2019 to 2025  Market Research Updates

Industrial Growth Forecast Report Biological Pest Control Market 2019-2025: The Global Biological Pest Control Market Report provides Insightful information to ...


Bottom-up biology - Nature.com
Bottom-up biology  Nature.com

Researchers are tearing up the biology rule books by trying to construct cells from scratch. A special issue explores the lessons being learnt about life.


Biological Implants Market Size, Business Overview & Forecast To 2025 - World Chronicle
Biological Implants Market Size, Business Overview & Forecast To 2025  World Chronicle

A Biological Implants is an artificially-created environment in which biological cells are permitted to grow or interact with their surroundings in all three ...


China's Home-Grown Surge in Plant Biology - Scientific American
China's Home-Grown Surge in Plant Biology  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...


The Fertility Doctor’s Secret - The Atlantic
The Fertility Doctor’s Secret  The Atlantic

Donald Cline must have thought no one would ever know. Then DNA testing came along.


New synthetic biology initiative to boost bio-economy - UQ News
New synthetic biology initiative to boost bio-economy  UQ News

A $4.5 million initiative to boost Australia's synthetic biology capabilities will be built by The University of Queensland and CSIRO, helping drive advances in ...


Monsanto Asks Trump EPA to OK Drift-prone Pesticide on 90 Million Acres of Corn - Center for Biological Diversity
Monsanto Asks Trump EPA to OK Drift-prone Pesticide on 90 Million Acres of Corn  Center for Biological Diversity

WASHINGTON— The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today it will consider allowing the highly drift-prone pesticide dicamba to be sprayed on ...


The Biology of Sugars Points to a Sweet Strategy for Treating Cancer - Scientific American
The Biology of Sugars Points to a Sweet Strategy for Treating Cancer  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...


Computer logic meets cell biology: how cell science is getting an upgrade - Nature.com
Computer logic meets cell biology: how cell science is getting an upgrade  Nature.com

When Yvonne Chen published the first paper on a particular immune cell engineered to target either of two protein fragments on a cancer cell, several ...


Guerrero turtle deaths natural phenomenon: biologist - Mexico News Daily
Guerrero turtle deaths natural phenomenon: biologist  Mexico News Daily

More than 110 sea turtles have been found dead on so far this month, causing widespread alarm. But a marine biologist says it's a natural phenomenon.


Amyloids found in human cataracts - Chemical & Engineering News
Amyloids found in human cataracts  Chemical & Engineering News

Cataracts form when clear crystallin proteins in the eye lens aggregate into opaque deposits that scatter incoming light and cloud vision. Researchers had ...