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Monthly Archives: July 2010
They said it couldn’t be done. No less a genius than Leonardo da Vinci tried to design a workable airplane. He got as far as building a couple of gliders and apparently even soared off the roof of a barn … Continue reading
Tonight’s Morbid Anatomy Presents at Observatory event–featuring collector and film-maker Ronni Thomas on “Diableries”– amazing 19th Century 3d stereo ’tissues’ depicting the daily life of Satan and his cohorts (as seen above)–and the Morbid Anatomy Library got a write up … Continue reading
Twenty high school students are attending a week-long series of workshops where they’re exploring their dreams of helping others through bioengineering.
Spiders and silkworms make silk by the yard. Why can’t we copy them? Silk is strong, light and flexible and is being examined for use in everything from medical sutures to advanced electronics. Silk researcher David Kaplan explains the challenges … Continue reading
Investors still think highly of these companies, despite their fire-sale prices.
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Will a month-long festival of nanotechnology be a matter of science imitating art or art imitating science?
Dogs just can’t help it. They automatically and voluntarily imitate the behavior of their owners, even if it costs them a snack.
Osteoarthritis patients who were also obese lost weight after undergoing total knee or hip replacement surgery, according to a recent study published in Orthopedics.
The new health reform law — the Affordable Care Act — bodes well for as many as 30 million women — a number that includes 15 million women who are uninsured, according to a new report.
WebMD answers common concerns about children who co-sleep with their parents at night and how to help them break the habit and sleep in their own beds.
Results from a new study suggest that oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may yield additional benefit of protecting against the formation and rupture of brain aneurysms in women. The findings from this first-of-its-kind study by a neurointerventional expert … Continue reading
A type of prostate cell that has been largely ignored by cancer researchers can, in fact, trigger malignant prostate cancer, according to new studies by Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) scientists and their colleagues. HHMI researcher Owen N…
Genetic investigators say the partnership between people and the ancestors of today’s donkeys was sealed not by monarchs trying to establish kingdoms, but by mobile, pastoral people who had to recruit animals to help them survive the harsh Saharan landscape … Continue reading
The Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) submitted written comments in response to the Request for Information made by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for its Genetic Test Registry (GTR). AMP conducted a survey of its membership to formulate a … Continue reading
A genetics research team based at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia continues to discover recurrent translocations-places in which two chromosomes exchange pieces of themselves. As many as 1 in 600 persons carry balanced chromosome translocations, which involve no loss or … Continue reading
Researchers have discovered an enzyme crucial to a type of DNA repair that also causes resistance to a class of cancer drugs most commonly used against ovarian cancer…
Scientists at deCODE genetics and colleagues at Radboud University in the Netherlands describe how the impact of a single letter variation in the sequence of the human genome (SNP) conferring risk of kidney disease varies with age and with the … Continue reading
Cascades of genetic signals determine which neurotransmitter a brain cell will ultimately use to communicate with other cells. Now a pair of reports from biologists at the University of California, San Diego, have shown for the first time that electrical … Continue reading
Scientists at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a molecular pathway responsible for the death of key nerve cells whose loss causes Parkinson’s disease. This discovery not only may explain how a genetic mutation linked to Parkinson’s causes … Continue reading
Alcor Life Extension Foundation, of Scottsdale, Arizona, and Suspended Animation, of Boynton Beach, Florida, charge a bundle for procedures based on vascular cannulations and perfusion technology. These are common procedures, in conventional medicine, and anyone qualified to perform those procedures … Continue reading
Therapeutic Areas and Research Programs in the Stem Cell Space : Therapeutic and Other Markets Addressed by Stem Cells , Hematopoietic Stem Cells (HSCs), Stem Cell Therapeutics for Cardiac and Ischemic Diseases , Stem Cell Therapeutics … Go here to … Continue reading
CIRM has funded follow-up work by Keirstead and others to improve on this potential therapy and expand the application of these cells to other diseases . Here is Hans Keirstead discussing the long path from basic research to this … … Continue reading
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