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Daily Mail
Scientists grow embryos in a lab for TWICE as long as thought possiblegives insight into 'black box' of fertility and embryo implantation Scientists
Scientists grow embryos in a lab for TWICE as long as thought possible
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
gives insight into 'black box' of fertility and embryo implantation Scientists have kept a human embryo growing in a laboratory for nearly a fortnight in a controversial breakthrough that could help childless couples. The advance means... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Applications pending for NZ Refining's dredging of Whangarei harbourCatalyst Regeneration) unit, and near infrared spectroscopy as a way to test it
Applications pending for NZ Refining's dredging of Whangarei harbour
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 3 hours ago
Catalyst Regeneration) unit, and near infrared spectroscopy as a way to test its blend without having to take samples to a laboratory. Shareholders at the annual general meeting voted on reducing the minimum number of board members from 8 to... Read more
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SKY News
Human Embryos Grown In Lab For Two WeeksScientists have succeeded in growing human embryos in a laboratory for nearly t
Human Embryos Grown In Lab For Two Weeks
SKY News / Posted 5 hours ago
Scientists have succeeded in growing human embryos in a laboratory for nearly two weeks, in a breakthrough likely to bring advances in stem-cell therapies and assisted reproduction. It was previously thought human embryos could not mature beyond a... Read more
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WDIO Duluth
Laboratory Advance Provides View of Early Embryo Developmentand perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryon
Laboratory Advance Provides View of Early Embryo Development
WDIO Duluth / Posted 7 hours ago
and perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryonic development that can be observed in a laboratory. In the first week after fertilization, an egg grows into a hollow ball of cells, and scientists have long been... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo developmentand perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryon
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo development
KTVN Reno / Posted 7 hours ago
and perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryonic development that can be observed in a laboratory. In the first week after fertilization, an egg grows into a hollow ball of cells, and scientists have long been... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo developmentand perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryon
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo development
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 7 hours ago
and perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryonic development that can be observed in a laboratory. In the first week after fertilization, an egg grows into a hollow ball of cells, and scientists have long been... Read more
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Newsmax
Flu Vaccination During Pregnancy Benefits Baby, Toovaccinated, noted The New York Times. The Times said infants of unvaccinated w
Flu Vaccination During Pregnancy Benefits Baby, Too
Newsmax / Posted 7 hours ago
vaccinated, noted The New York Times. The Times said infants of unvaccinated women were 70 percent more likely to have a laboratory-confirmed case of flu, and 81 percent more likely to be hospitalized for flu before six months. "Self-reported... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo developmentand perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryon
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo development
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 7 hours ago
and perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryonic development that can be observed in a laboratory. In the first week after fertilization, an egg grows into a hollow ball of cells, and scientists have long been... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo developmentand perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryon
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo development
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 7 hours ago
and perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryonic development that can be observed in a laboratory. In the first week after fertilization, an egg grows into a hollow ball of cells, and scientists have long been... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo developmentand perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryon
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo development
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 7 hours ago
and perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryonic development that can be observed in a laboratory. In the first week after fertilization, an egg grows into a hollow ball of cells, and scientists have long been... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo developmentand perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryon
Laboratory advance provides view of early embryo development
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 7 hours ago
and perhaps new forms of birth control. The work extends the amount of embryonic development that can be observed in a laboratory. In the first week after fertilization, an egg grows into a hollow ball of cells, and scientists have long been... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Local hepatitis A case linked to national outbreak – Manitoulin ExpositorOn April 22, 2016, the Sudbury & District Health Unit reported a laboratory-con
Local hepatitis A case linked to national outbreak – Manitoulin Expositor
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 10 hours ago
On April 22, 2016, the Sudbury & District Health Unit reported a laboratory-confirmed case of hepatitis A in an individual within its service area who had consumed the recently recalled Nature’s Touch brand Organic Berry Cherry Blend frozen... Read more
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PhysOrg
Small and bright—what nanophotonics means for youbiological and chemical elements, which means we can mix, sort and select and e
Small and bright—what nanophotonics means for you
PhysOrg / Posted 10 hours ago
biological and chemical elements, which means we can mix, sort and select and even create a centrifuge on a chip. This is a laboratory-on-a-chip that can be integrated into the smart phone. This represents a new paradigm for information... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury health unit still offering hep A shotsOn April 22, the Sudbury & District Health Unit reported a laboratory-confirmed
Sudbury health unit still offering hep A shots
The Sudbury Star / Posted 11 hours ago
On April 22, the Sudbury & District Health Unit reported a laboratory-confirmed case of hepatitis A in an individual within its service area who had consumed the recently recalled Nature’s Touch brand Organic Berry Cherry Blend frozen... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury art festival opens todayartists are planning works that involve public participation in some form or an
Sudbury art festival opens today
The Sudbury Star / Posted 12 hours ago
artists are planning works that involve public participation in some form or another. The first three days are kind of like a laboratory and it's a chance to see the artist at work," Aubin says. "Usually, the artist is working in their home or... Read more
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FOX News
First widely available Zika test OK'd for emergency usemake it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the
First widely available Zika test OK'd for emergency use
FOX News / Posted 12 hours ago
make it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the test results will initially be processed at a laboratory in San Juan Capistrano, California, which developed and validated the technology. Eventually the test could be... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Synthetic drugs send states scramblingneed to cultivate. You need fields, you need workers, you need labor,” Davidson
Synthetic drugs send states scrambling
The Record Searchlight / Posted 13 hours ago
need to cultivate. You need fields, you need workers, you need labor,” Davidson said. “With something like a synthetic drug, you just need a laboratory and chemical compound and a base and you’re able to create it very cheaply.” ©2016 Statelin... Read more
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Paris Express
Some may have been exposed to measleshave at least one dose of MMR vaccine unless they have a medical reason to not
Some may have been exposed to measles
Paris Express / Posted 14 hours ago
have at least one dose of MMR vaccine unless they have a medical reason to not receive the vaccine, or they should have a laboratory test that shows they have immunity to measles, according to the Health Department. Locations and hours of the... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
May 7, 1931: Machine sends exact messageforeign correspondents. The perfected machines will transmit 120 printed pages
May 7, 1931: Machine sends exact message
Nevada Appeal / Posted 19 hours ago
foreign correspondents. The perfected machines will transmit 120 printed pages containing 180,000 words in an hour. A laboratory model sent 60 pages an hour over a theoretical distance of 200 miles. The new invention differs radically from... Read more
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WA Today
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science labA laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science lab
WA Today / Posted yesterday
A laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to pursue quantum computing research by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence. The Quantum Control Laboratory in the university's new Nanoscience... Read more
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Canberra Times
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science labA laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science lab
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
A laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to pursue quantum computing research by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence. The Quantum Control Laboratory in the university's new Nanoscience... Read more
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Brisbane Times
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science labA laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science lab
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
A laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to pursue quantum computing research by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence. The Quantum Control Laboratory in the university's new Nanoscience... Read more
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The Age
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science labA laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science lab
The Age / Posted yesterday
A laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to pursue quantum computing research by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence. The Quantum Control Laboratory in the university's new Nanoscience... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science labA laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar
US intelligence awards multimillion dollar grant to Sydney University quantum science lab
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
A laboratory at the University of Sydney has been awarded a multimillion dollar grant to pursue quantum computing research by the US office of the Director of National Intelligence. The Quantum Control Laboratory in the university's new Nanoscience... Read more
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WDIO Duluth
Medical Minute: Multiple Births41 percent. The reason? Most of these pregnancies are from I-V-F - in vitro fe
Medical Minute: Multiple Births
WDIO Duluth / Posted yesterday
41 percent. The reason? Most of these pregnancies are from I-V-F - in vitro fertilization. The embryos are fertilized in a laboratory and transferred back to a woman's uterus. In years past, it was not uncommon to transfer three embryos at once,... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Elizabethkingia case at Children’s Hospital not strain associated with outbreakexposure to the bacteria can include fever, shortness of breath, chills or cell
Elizabethkingia case at Children’s Hospital not strain associated with outbreak
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted yesterday
exposure to the bacteria can include fever, shortness of breath, chills or cellulitis. Confirmation of the illness requires a laboratory test. Dr. Hassan says up until the outbreak, there really hadn’t been a need to research this bacteria. But... Read more
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PhysOrg
Could aluminum nitride be engineered to produce quantum bits?simulation there is a defect which is the one you want to focus on, but it inte
Could aluminum nitride be engineered to produce quantum bits?
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
simulation there is a defect which is the one you want to focus on, but it interacts with all the rest."The next step for Seo, Govoni and Galli is to work with experimentalists to see if their theoretical predictions can be confirmed in a laborat... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Confirmed case of measles in Northlandare those born after 01 January 1969 who have not had two doses of the measles-
Confirmed case of measles in Northland
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
are those born after 01 January 1969 who have not had two doses of the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine or have not had a laboratory result showing immunity.“Children over four years old who have not received their second dose of MMR vaccine and... Read more
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FSView
Nobel laureate and FSU professor Sir Harold Kroto diesmolecule called Buckminster-fullerenes. He joined the Florida State staff in 2
Nobel laureate and FSU professor Sir Harold Kroto dies
FSView / Posted 2 days ago
molecule called Buckminster-fullerenes. He joined the Florida State staff in 2004 as a Francis-Eppes professor, and led a laboratory that conducted research in the field of bionanotechnology. “Harry had time for everyone,” Tim Logan, chair of... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Vets launch new attack to stop lab closureA GROUP of local veterinarians have rallied to fight the State Government's dec
Vets launch new attack to stop lab closure
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
A GROUP of local veterinarians have rallied to fight the State Government's decision to close a laboratory they deem vital to food production industries. Darling Downs vet Celia Dodd has launched another online petition after she claims Minister for... Read more
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The Space Review
Under Desert Skiesstill alive”; sadly Drake passed away before that history was completed.) It’s
Under Desert Skies
The Space Review / Posted 2 days ago
still alive”; sadly Drake passed away before that history was completed.) It’s a fascinating look at the people who created a laboratory and an institution. Jeff Foust (jeff@thespacereview.com) is the editor and publisher of The Space Review, and a... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Email from insider led to Epic Systems' $940 million legal winin the United States, and it is working with DaVita HealthCare Partners, which
Email from insider led to Epic Systems' $940 million legal win
The Record Searchlight / Posted 2 days ago
in the United States, and it is working with DaVita HealthCare Partners, which operates dialysis centers, to develop a laboratory information and management system, according to court documents. Epic moves quickly After receiving the email... Read more
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Newsmax
Don't Retweet if You Want to Rememberjournal Computers in Human Behavior, showed that "retweeting" interfered with l
Don't Retweet if You Want to Remember
Newsmax / Posted 2 days ago
journal Computers in Human Behavior, showed that "retweeting" interfered with learning and memory, both online and off. In a laboratory setting at Beijing University, a group of Chinese college students were given a series of messages from Weibo,... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Email from insider led to Epic Systems' $940 million legal winin the United States, and it is working with DaVita HealthCare Partners, which
Email from insider led to Epic Systems' $940 million legal win
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 2 days ago
in the United States, and it is working with DaVita HealthCare Partners, which operates dialysis centers, to develop a laboratory information and management system, according to court documents. Epic moves quickly After receiving the email... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Indian doctors substitute Ayurvedic drugs for antibiotics during surgerywe need to prove it in proper infections. The best way to do this can be in two
Indian doctors substitute Ayurvedic drugs for antibiotics during surgery
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
we need to prove it in proper infections. The best way to do this can be in two ways - one, is in the test-tube settings in a laboratory by seeing various bacterial cultures and validating if these extracts are effective against it. Second is to do... Read more
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Psych Central
Retweeting Seems to Hinder Learning & Memorycolleagues in China conducted experiments at Beijing University, with a group o
Retweeting Seems to Hinder Learning & Memory
Psych Central / Posted 2 days ago
colleagues in China conducted experiments at Beijing University, with a group of Chinese college students. At computers in a laboratory setting, two groups were presented with a series of messages from Weibo, the Chinese equivalent of Twitter.... Read more
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Aljazeera
Cheating death: Papua New Guinea's snake manduty, any one of us is able to step in and help out." Once they extract the ve
Cheating death: Papua New Guinea's snake man
Aljazeera / Posted 2 days ago
duty, any one of us is able to step in and help out." Once they extract the venom from the Taipans, it's shipped to a laboratory in Costa Rica, where Williams' research partners produce anti-venom and send it back. His team of snake milkers... Read more
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Providence Business News
R.I. Quality Institute 2.0and projected new revenue from providers' adopting renew services. Gupta, who
R.I. Quality Institute 2.0
Providence Business News / Posted 2 days ago
and projected new revenue from providers' adopting renew services. Gupta, who holds three master's degrees, a doctorate and 20 patents, calls the Ocean State, given its small size, "a laboratory for ideas … [where] you can do things state... Read more
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The Register
Have a Cptn Cook: VXers learn 'Strayan to plunder Down Undercan better lock down their networks against attackers. He took delegates throu
Have a Cptn Cook: VXers learn 'Strayan to plunder Down Under
The Register / Posted 3 days ago
can better lock down their networks against attackers. He took delegates through a red and blue team simulation he ran in a laboratory setting using two Windows 10 boxes running sysmon with networking, packetbeat, and nxlog, and an an offensive... Read more
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LLRX.com
Evolutions in DNA Forensicspredictions of a Bayesian network model that incorporated the perceived risk of
Evolutions in DNA Forensics
LLRX.com / Posted 3 days ago
predictions of a Bayesian network model that incorporated the perceived risk of a false match from 3 causes (coincidence, a laboratory error, and a frame-up), but shoeprint evidence was undervalued relative to the same Bayesian model. Fallacious... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Walking in Grandma's footstepsto return to zoology studies at the university, first in a part-time position a
Walking in Grandma's footsteps
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
to return to zoology studies at the university, first in a part-time position and later as a faculty member, overseeing a laboratory and 52 students. And finally, Dame Catherine graduated with her degree. While her children opted against... Read more
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Daily Herald
The asteroid miner's guide to the galaxyat the edge of NASA's Ames Research Center, not far from the town of Mountain V
The asteroid miner's guide to the galaxy
Daily Herald / Posted 3 days ago
at the edge of NASA's Ames Research Center, not far from the town of Mountain View, California. Established in 1939 as a laboratory for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, a predecessor to NASA, Ames is now part government research... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
First widely available Zika test OK'd for emergency usemake it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the
First widely available Zika test OK'd for emergency use
The Record Searchlight / Posted 3 days ago
make it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the test results will initially be processed at a laboratory in San Juan Capistrano, California, which developed and validated the technology. Eventually the test could be... Read more
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MPNnow.com
UR Medicine’s Thompson Health named director of quality and safetyThompson Health recently named Wendy Blakemore as director of quality and safet
UR Medicine’s Thompson Health named director of quality and safety
MPNnow.com / Posted 3 days ago
Thompson Health recently named Wendy Blakemore as director of quality and safety.Blakemore has prior experience as a laboratory technician and the director of lab services and in outpatient diabetes management education and medical... Read more
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The Huffington Post
2 Alarming Findings About How Poor Sleep Hurts Your Heartactive in persons suffering from sleep loss than with those getting sufficient
2 Alarming Findings About How Poor Sleep Hurts Your Heart
The Huffington Post / Posted 4 days ago
active in persons suffering from sleep loss than with those getting sufficient sleep," Aho said. "This was found both in a laboratory-induced sleep loss experiment and on the population level." Sleep loss lowers "good" cholesterol levels The... Read more
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The Telegraph
Water crisis digs up gross neglectthe directorate lacks basic equipment such as water level sounder that gauges t
Water crisis digs up gross neglect
The Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
the directorate lacks basic equipment such as water level sounder that gauges the groundwater table of a certain area and a laboratory to analyse water quality and purity. With divisional offices in Ranchi, Hazaribagh and Dumka, the directorate,... Read more
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Ventura County Star
First widely available Zika test OK'd for emergency usemake it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the
First widely available Zika test OK'd for emergency use
Ventura County Star / Posted 4 days ago
make it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the test results will initially be processed at a laboratory in San Juan Capistrano, California, which developed and validated the technology. Eventually the test could be... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Small doses of cancer drug may be potential treatment for sepsis and other pandemicsinfection with the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus), co-infection wit
Small doses of cancer drug may be potential treatment for sepsis and other pandemics
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
infection with the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus), co-infection with influenza and S. aureus, or liver failure. A laboratory experiment also found that inhibiting topoisomerase 1 in human cells suppressed inflammatory genes induced by... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
‘I've tried to find a way to enjoy this life’: Syrian refugees one year onfrom the normal life they were searching for. Mohammad told me he wanted to liv
‘I've tried to find a way to enjoy this life’: Syrian refugees one year on
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 4 days ago
from the normal life they were searching for. Mohammad told me he wanted to live with his boyfriend, and to study in a laboratory that wasn’t in a war zone. Zahraa, a student who arrived at the station in Mohammad’s group, wanted to go to... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
First widely-available Zika test OK'd for emergency usemake it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the
First widely-available Zika test OK'd for emergency use
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 4 days ago
make it widely available to doctors for patient testing. The company said the test results will initially be processed at a laboratory in San Juan Capistrano, California, which developed and validated the technology. Eventually the test could be... Read more
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