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Singapore bets big on synthetic biology - Nature.com

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Singapore bets big on synthetic biology
Nature.com
Singapore has set its sights on becoming a global powerhouse in synthetic biology. The government is pouring money into a new research programme and is encouraging scientists to make synthetic microorganisms, or redesign natural ones, that can be used ...


The complicated biology of garlic - Medical Xpress - Medical Xpress

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The complicated biology of garlic - Medical Xpress
Medical Xpress
Researchers today generally agree that eating garlic, used for thousands of years to treat human disease, can reduce the risk of developing certain kinds of cancers, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes. Nevertheless, ...
The complicated biology of garlicEurekAlert (press release)

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Biology students monitor abandoned mines - Valley Courier

Valley Courier

Biology students monitor abandoned mines
Valley Courier
ALAMOSA – Lions, bats, and bears…oh mine. Adams State University biology majors presented their research on the use of abandoned mines by wildlife at a Porter Hall lunchtime talk on April 11. Tyler Cerny and Jose Mix addressed the audience on behalf ...


Pitt assistant prof gets $300K award for biology research - Tribune-Review

Pitt assistant prof gets $300K award for biology research
Tribune-Review
As part of the Searle Scholars Program, Anne-Ruxandra Carvunis, assistant professor of computational and systems biology, will receive $300,000 over the next three years to support her research in evolutionary biology. The program names 15 scholars ...


Greenhouse Chooses Biology Over Chemistry for Pest Control - Lancaster Farming

Lancaster Farming

Greenhouse Chooses Biology Over Chemistry for Pest Control
Lancaster Farming
KINTNERSVILLE, Pa. — Aphids are an honored guest at Peace Tree Farm — a wholesale greenhouse specializing in herbs, veggies and specialty plants. The aphids are brought in and encouraged to breed. While that may seem counterintuitive, it's all part ...

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Students present their projects at annual Biology symposium - The Campus

Students present their projects at annual Biology symposium
The Campus
The 21 annual Biology Department Senior Project Symposium gave seniors the opportunity to present their senior projects. The symposium, which took place from April 23 to 25, is an essential part of the senior project process. Other components for the ...


Through the lens of black health - Harvard Gazette

Harvard Gazette

Through the lens of black health
Harvard Gazette
This is one in a series of profiles showcasing some of Harvard's stellar graduates. Tania Fabo '18 started at Harvard University with clear scientific goals: pre-med with a focus on stem cell and cancer biology. Then, along the way, she discovered ...


Biology Moonshot, Earth BioGenome Project, Encompasses Earth's Eukaryotes - Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

Biology Moonshot, Earth BioGenome Project, Encompasses Earth's Eukaryotes
Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News
Man is not the measure of all things, at least not all thing genomic. Otherwise, we could have sequenced the human genome and called it a day. No, we're widening our genomic vision so far that we just sequence the DNA of every eukaryotic organism on ...
Earth BioGenome Project: Sequencing life for the future of life | PNASPNAS

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Ferrum College biology professors share stories from the Galapagos Islands - Franklin News Post

Franklin News Post

Ferrum College biology professors share stories from the Galapagos Islands
Franklin News Post
As biologists, Pohlad and Thomas made sure their trip included a stop at the Charles Darwin Research Station where they could see firsthand the work of a center operated by the Charles Darwin Foundation. Going into the trip, the couple said they ...


#1499: Deciding Whether Biology Dictates Motherhood - WAMC

WAMC

#1499: Deciding Whether Biology Dictates Motherhood
WAMC
But the ticking biological clock woman may hear nowadays is sounding at a time when there have been advances in medical science. Why should biology decide when--or how--you'll have a baby? KALW Inflection Point Host Lauren Schiller speaks with writer ...


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