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The Jewish Press
Weizmann Scientists Engineer Bacteria Making Sugar from Greenhouse Gasrecently did. Dr. Niv Antonovsky, who led this research in Prof. Ron Milo’s la
Weizmann Scientists Engineer Bacteria Making Sugar from Greenhouse Gas
The Jewish Press / Posted yesterday
recently did. Dr. Niv Antonovsky, who led this research in Prof. Ron Milo’s lab at the Institute’s Plant and Environmental Sciences Department, says that the ability to improve carbon fixation is crucial for our ability to cope with future... Read more
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Business Wire
Cellectis Named 2016 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic ForumCellectis’ selection was based on its contribution to and impact on the global
Cellectis Named 2016 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
Cellectis’ selection was based on its contribution to and impact on the global healthcare and life sciences industries via the Company’s development and therapeutic application of allogeneic CAR T-cell immunotherapies targeting cancer. In this... Read more
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New Kerala
'Reprogrammed' bacteria eat carbon dioxide to produce sugars - newkerala.com #82126less fossil fuel. Antonovsky, who performed the experiment at Ron Milo's lab a
'Reprogrammed' bacteria eat carbon dioxide to produce sugars - newkerala.com #82126
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
less fossil fuel. Antonovsky, who performed the experiment at Ron Milo's lab at the institute's Plant and Environmental Sciences Department, attached the genes containing the information for building a metabolic pathway for carbon fixation into... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists insert metabolic pathway for carbon fixation and sugar production into E. coli bacteriumrecently did. Dr. Niv Antonovsky, who led this research in Prof. Ron Milo's lab
Scientists insert metabolic pathway for carbon fixation and sugar production into E. coli bacterium
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
recently did. Dr. Niv Antonovsky, who led this research in Prof. Ron Milo's lab at the Institute's Plant and Environmental Sciences Department, says that the ability to improve carbon fixation is crucial for our ability to cope with future... Read more
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PhysOrg
Eating air, making fuel: Scientists engineer bacteria to create sugar from the greenhouse gas carbon dioxiderecently did. Dr. Niv Antonovsky, who led this research in Prof. Ron Milo's lab
Eating air, making fuel: Scientists engineer bacteria to create sugar from the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
recently did. Dr. Niv Antonovsky, who led this research in Prof. Ron Milo's lab at the Institute's Plant and Environmental Sciences Department, says that the ability to improve carbon fixation is crucial for our ability to cope with future... Read more
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The Verge
How scientists could patent the genetic blueprint for a humanThree weeks ago, scientists announced a controversial plan to create synthetic
How scientists could patent the genetic blueprint for a human
The Verge / Posted 6 days ago
Three weeks ago, scientists announced a controversial plan to create synthetic human genomes from scratch. The paper — which they published following reports about a private, off-the-record meeting — outlined an ambitious plan to build human genomes... Read more
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PhysOrg
Life as we know it most likely arose via 'long, slow dance'transitions in protein-coding genes underlying the prokaryote- to-eukaryote tra
Life as we know it most likely arose via 'long, slow dance'
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
transitions in protein-coding genes underlying the prokaryote- to-eukaryote transition in light of the Lokiarchaeum genome. The putative archaeal host existed in a stable symbiotic relationship with one or more bacterial species, with the... Read more
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The Buffalo News
UB, Algonquin Studios executives partner on accelerator for health IT startupsis working with VCAMP, a private, venture fund-backed health IT accelerator loc
UB, Algonquin Studios executives partner on accelerator for health IT startups
The Buffalo News / Posted 14 days ago
is working with VCAMP, a private, venture fund-backed health IT accelerator located at Algonquin’s space in the Brisbane Building in downtown Buffalo. VCAMP plans to recruit between five and 10 pre-seed-stage healthcare, wellness and safety... Read more
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Island Packet
Doctor’s plan for full-body transplants raises doubts even in daring Chinafirst hand transplant in the United States in 1999, said he would not be deterr
Doctor’s plan for full-body transplants raises doubts even in daring China
Island Packet / Posted 17 days ago
first hand transplant in the United States in 1999, said he would not be deterred. In an interview, Ren said that he was building a team, that research was underway and that the operation would take place “when we are ready.” His plan: Remove... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Your head on a new body? Chinese doctor insists it can be donein the first hand transplant in the United States in 1999, said he would not be
Your head on a new body? Chinese doctor insists it can be done
The Seattle Times / Posted 18 days ago
in the first hand transplant in the United States in 1999, said he would not be deterred. In an interview, Ren said he was building a team, that research was under way and that the operation would take place “when we are ready.” His plan: Remove... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Tackling healthcare challenges in a changing world: an interview with Professor Jeremy Nicholsondisease risk as an individual. The exposome is all the different exposures tha
Tackling healthcare challenges in a changing world: an interview with Professor Jeremy Nicholson
News-Medical-Net / Posted 19 days ago
disease risk as an individual. The exposome is all the different exposures that impact on the function of your body. The genome, the genes that you have, are really just the instructions. Genes are just a set of instructions for building an... Read more
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The Scientist
Synthetic Biology Comes into Its Ownat the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) in San Diego have even gone so far as t
Synthetic Biology Comes into Its Own
The Scientist / Posted 28 days ago
at the J. Craig Venter Institute (JCVI) in San Diego have even gone so far as to create the smallest functional genome to date, a mycoplasma bacterium consisting of just 473 genes.4 This stripped-down cell can now provide insights into... Read more
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PhysOrg
RNA simulations boost understanding of retroviral diseasescould provide important insights into new treatments for retroviral diseases.
RNA simulations boost understanding of retroviral diseases
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
could provide important insights into new treatments for retroviral diseases. "Ribonucleic acid, known as RNA, forms the genome of multiple viruses that afflict humans, including Ebola, HIV and Zika, which are active areas of research at Los... Read more

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