- Anti-Aging Medicine
- Gene Medicine
- Genetic Medicine
- Genetic Therapy
- Human Genetic Engineering
- Human Reproduction
- Integrative Medicine
- Longevity Medicine
- Medical School
- Nano Medicine
- Regenerative Medicine
- Stem Cell Therapy
- MUST SEE! Proof Biological Tracking in Consumer Goods..Heavy Metals, Transhumanism, Morgellons – You – Video
- Postgenderism – The Genetic Singularity – posthuman/transhuman 1 – Video
- Postgenderism – The Genetic Singularity – posthuman/transhuman 2 – Video
- Transhuman @ Falmouth Rugby Club (18/05/2013) – Video
- Nanotechnology and Nanoscience is a relatively new field that started in 1959 – Video
Monthly Archives: May 2011
The 10-year rule: you must persevere with learning and practising for 10 years before making breakthrough
From The Lancet: Hard work is required: “Genius is one per cent inspiration, ninety-nine per cent perspiration” – Thomas Edison Late in life, Charles Darwin made the same point in a letter to his son: “I have been speculating last … Continue reading
Eli Pariser: Beware online “filter bubbles”, TEDtalksDirector, May 2, 2011: As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there’s a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a “filter bubble” and … Continue reading
How can you make sure future program directors find only the best “you” online? Follow these suggestions when using social media services such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs: – Consider carefully what you’re posting- Avoid posting patient stories- Periodically search … Continue reading
AlJazeeraEnglish: Hundreds of children in southern Sudan have died from a mysterious illness that they have called the “nodding disease”. The mentally and physically disabling disease, which has no cure yet and affects only children, first emerged in Sudan in … Continue reading
As recently as 2008, Hughes et al published a paper asking: Why Are Some Properties More Difficult To Predict than Others? A Study of QSPR of Solubility, Melting Point, and Log P The question then is: why do QSPR models … Continue reading
I’m uncomfortable. Are you? Sexually charged work by New York based design studio, Mirko Ilic Corp. [via Behance]
'Dopamine in a synaptic cleft' -Kyle Miller 16×20, Oil on Panel, 2010 'Dissecting the elephant' -Kyle Miller 16×20, Oil on Panel It it’s not blindingly apparent, medical student and artist, Kyle Miller used his two favorite artists, Frank Netter, M.D. … Continue reading
Hambuster from Hambuster Team on Vimeo. You may like having a good lunch in a quiet place as a park… But what if your lunch doesn’t? In the street everyone can hear you scream, but honestly who cares? Hambuster is … Continue reading
Tonight at Coney Island! Gin! Destruction Spectacles! Disaster Music! Puppet Vaudeville! And! Vincent Price’s 100th Birthday!!!
Vincent Price was born 100 years ago tonight–May 27th–as the Great Dreamland Fire blazed, ultimately to consume a never-to-be-rebuilt Dreamland amusement park at Coney Island. Bizarre coincidence? Cosmic reincarnation? Join us tonight as we try to figure it out with … Continue reading
Jim Edmonson of the Dittrick Museum has just written a wonderful post on his museum blog about a rare book from the 1830s entitled Le Livre Sans Titre (The Book without a Title). This beautifully illustrated tome is a graphic … Continue reading
Tonight at Observatory! A Virtual Tour of the Anatomical Collections of the University of Groningen with Curator Dr. Rolf ter Sluis!
Tonight at Observatory! Hope very much to see you there! A Virtual Tour of the Anatomical Collections of the University of GroningenAn illustrated lecture with Dr. Rolf ter Sluis, Curator and Director of the Groningen University MuseumDate: TONIGHT May 24thTime: … Continue reading
If the Founding Fathers wanted to visit Body Worlds they could have. Or pretty darn close, at least – they just needed to visit one of the many European cabinets of anatomical curiosities, to see the work of anatomists like … Continue reading
Das neue Strahlen from Jugend 1896, Band 1 (Nr. 1-26), page 81, via Wurzeltod’s recent post. Click on image to see larger version.
This Week At Observatory! Obscure Anatomical Collections! Behind the Scenes at The Museum of Natural History! Gender and Medical Illustration!
To celebrate (or mourn, depending on your point of view) yesterday’s anti-climactic non-rapture, Morbid Anatomy has put together a very exciting week of illustrated lectures to take place at Brooklyn’s Observatory! On Tuesday, join Dr. Rolf ter Sluis for a … Continue reading
The 2011 commencement ceremony took place Saturday, May 21. Held at the Scope Arena, 259 graduates celebrated their achievements with friends and family. The commencement ceremony marked an important milestone in the history of EVMS. Micah D. McDonald, Physician … Continue reading
Researchers have discovered a way of bioengineering algae to produce hydrogen. Many species of algae and cyanobacteria can use sunlight to split water and release hydrogen, a potentially eco-friendly way of producing hydrogen for fuel cells. No one’s seriously pursued … Continue reading
Investigation of tension wood formation and 2,6-dichlorbenzonitrile application in short rotation coppice willow composition and enzymatic saccharification
Background: Short rotation coppice (SRC) willow is a potential lignocellulosic feedstock in the UK and elsewhere however, research on optimising willow specifically for bioethanol production has been developing only recently. We have used the feedstock Salix viminalis x Salix schwerinii … Continue reading
InNexus Biotechnology Inc. , a leading drug development company commercializing the next generation of antibodies based on its groundbreaking Dynamic Cross Linking technology, announces that its shareholders have approved all resolutions at the Annual Shareholders Meeting of May 24, 2011.
Biotechnology Innovations for Sustainable Agriculture to be Highlighted at 2011 BIO International Convention
The 2011 BIO International Convention will feature a series of high level panels examining the latest biotechnology advancements designed to address pressing global food production, genetically engineered food and animal biotechnology.
Avecia Biotechnology Inc., a leader in therapeutic nucleic acid manufacturing and development services, and a new member of the Nitto Denko Corporation, today announced the official launch of its OliGO- Faster, Smarter, BetterSM development program.
Biotechnology Industry Organization President and CEO Jim Greenwood released the following statement regarding the Qualifying Therapeutic Discovery Project Tax Credit Extension Act of 2011, introduced today by Representatives Susan A.
The Virginia Biotechnology Association today announced that Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. of Richmond, Virginia, won the 2011 Virginia Bioscience Company of the Year Award. The award, presented last night at a special reception at the Pfizer Consumer Products Research Laboratory … Continue reading
Greater Boston’s biotechnology real estate market is very strong, with 13.7 percent vacancy across the entire region’s 16.3 million square feet of laboratory space, according to a new report.
Analyst Research on Gilead Sciences Inc. and Human Genome Sciences Inc. — Biotechnology Sector Benefits When …
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA–(Marketwire – 05/27/11) – www.stockcall.com/ offers investors comprehensive research on the Biotechnology industry and has completed analytical research on Gilead Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ: GILD – News ) and Human Genome Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ: HGSI – News ). Register … Continue reading
Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. (HDL, Inc.) Receives the Virginia Bioscience Company of the Year Award
Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. , www.myhdl.com, a CAP accredited leader in health management, has received the Virginia Bioscience Company of the Year Award by the Virginia Biotechnology Association .