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redOrbit
Scientists create the first mutant ants using CRISPRCRISPR by Chuck Bednar In an attempt to learn more about how ants coordinate
redOrbit / Posted 22 hours ago
CRISPR by Chuck Bednar In an attempt to learn more about how ants coordinate to complete tasks, researchers from the Rockefeller University Laboratory of Social Evolution and Behavior altered a gene required to sense the pheromones that the... Read more
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The Scientist
Dengue Infection Impairs Immune Defense Against Zikaan important paper,” says Davide Robbiani, who studies cross-reactivity in anti
The Scientist / Posted 5 days ago
an important paper,” says Davide Robbiani, who studies cross-reactivity in antibodies for dengue and Zika virus at Rockefeller University, but was not involved in the current study. “It broadens our knowledge of the antibody responses to... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Charlotteville Disorder - Made for TeeVeeotherwise slow dog days of August. This author, although unknown at the time,
Op-Ed News / Posted 6 days ago
otherwise slow dog days of August. This author, although unknown at the time, got the same "WRONG MESSAGE" from the same Rockefeller university (U. of Chicago) as Bernie Sanders, at the same time ('58 - 62.) He was born 1940, is a white male... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Rap Battlereally great for a slow August date. This author, although unknown at the time
Op-Ed News / Posted 7 days ago
really great for a slow August date. This author, although unknown at the time, got the same "WRONG MESSAGE" from the same Rockefeller university (U. of Chicago) as Bernie Sanders, at the same time ('58 - 62.) He was born 1940, is a white male... Read more
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New York Post
Scientists use ‘molecular scissors’ to create world’s first mutant antsteams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter th
New York Post / Posted 8 days ago
teams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter the ants. In one study, researchers at Rockefeller University modified a gene essential for sensing the pheromones that ants use to communicate. Experts say that... Read more
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KTVN Reno
$500,000 Prize Awarded for Work on Gene EditingInstitute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of Califo
KTVN Reno / Posted 8 days ago
Institute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of California, Berkeley; Luciano Marraffini, The Rockefeller University, New York City; Francisco J.M. Mojica, University of Alicante, Spain; Feng Zhang, Massachusetts... Read more
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The Scientist
Recreating Fish Migration Written Through Environmental Genomicsthe different forms of marine life inhabiting New York City’s various bodies of
The Scientist / Posted 8 days ago
the different forms of marine life inhabiting New York City’s various bodies of water, Mark Stoeckle, a biologist at Rockefeller University, says “a bucket, like what you would use when you’re painting your house,” along with a rope and a few... Read more
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Howard Hughes Medical Institute
HHMI Awards 39 Gilliam Fellowships to Support Diversity in Sciencestudents who have the potential to be real leaders in science." HHMI Investiga
Howard Hughes Medical Institute / Posted 8 days ago
students who have the potential to be real leaders in science." HHMI Investigator Leslie Vosshall, a geneticist at the Rockefeller University in New York City, attended HHMI’s training workshop in April, as a mentor to 2016 Gilliam Fellow... Read more
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CTV News
5 researchers share US$500,000 prize for work on gene editingInstitute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of Califo
CTV News / Posted 8 days ago
Institute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of California, Berkeley; Luciano Marraffini, The Rockefeller University, New York City; Francisco J.M. Mojica, University of Alicante, Spain; Feng Zhang, Massachusetts... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
5 researchers share $500 000 prize for work on gene editingInstitute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of Califo
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 8 days ago
Institute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of California, Berkeley; Luciano Marraffini, The Rockefeller University, New York City; Francisco J.M. Mojica, University of Alicante, Spain; Feng Zhang, Massachusetts... Read more
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KTVN Reno
5 researchers share $500,000 prize for work on gene editingInstitute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of Califo
KTVN Reno / Posted 8 days ago
Institute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of California, Berkeley; Luciano Marraffini, The Rockefeller University, New York City; Francisco J.M. Mojica, University of Alicante, Spain; Feng Zhang, Massachusetts... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
5 researchers share $500,000 prize for work on gene editingInstitute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of Califo
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 8 days ago
Institute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of California, Berkeley; Luciano Marraffini, The Rockefeller University, New York City; Francisco J.M. Mojica, University of Alicante, Spain; Feng Zhang, Massachusetts... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
5 researchers share $500,000 prize for work on gene editingInstitute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of Califo
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 8 days ago
Institute for Infection Biology, Germany; Jennifer Doudna, University of California, Berkeley; Luciano Marraffini, The Rockefeller University, New York City; Francisco J.M. Mojica, University of Alicante, Spain; Feng Zhang, Massachusetts... Read more
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Herald Sun
Scientists create first ever mutant antsteams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter th
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
teams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter the ants. In one study, researchers at Rockefeller University modified a gene essential for sensing the pheromones that ants use to communicate. Experts say that... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Scientists create first ever mutant antsteams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter th
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
teams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter the ants. In one study, researchers at Rockefeller University modified a gene essential for sensing the pheromones that ants use to communicate. Experts say that... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Scientists create first ever mutant antsteams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter th
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
teams have harnessed the gene editing technology CRISPR to genetically alter the ants. In one study, researchers at Rockefeller University modified a gene essential for sensing the pheromones that ants use to communicate. Experts say that... Read more
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T3
T3 Science Hit: CRISPR ants, fruit fly brains and origami microbotscan now delete ant genes, map insect brain wiring and develop a cell-catching m
T3 / Posted 12 days ago
can now delete ant genes, map insect brain wiring and develop a cell-catching micro Pac-Man. (Image: © Sean McKenzie The Rockefeller University) For a quick overview of CRISPR tech, check out the video below. The orco gene is crucial for the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Scientists create the first mutant antsof interesting biologic questions that you can study with ants that you can’t s
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
of interesting biologic questions that you can study with ants that you can’t study with fruit flies or even mice,’’ said Rockefeller University biologist Daniel Kronauer, an author of the other mutant-ant study. If you throw a thousand fruit... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Weizmann Institute Named Top International Research Institute | 19 Av 5777 – August 10, 2017West Coast powerhouses CalTech and Stanford University. Scripps Research Instit
The Jewish Press / Posted 13 days ago
West Coast powerhouses CalTech and Stanford University. Scripps Research Institute in San Diego topped the list, while Rockefeller University in New York came in second and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston, third. The Index... Read more
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Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Genetically Engineered Ants Showcase Smell’s Role in Social Behaviorspecies of ant, Ooceraea biroi, are described in the same issue of Cell by Dani
Howard Hughes Medical Institute / Posted 13 days ago
species of ant, Ooceraea biroi, are described in the same issue of Cell by Daniel Kronauer, an HHMI Faculty Scholar at Rockefeller University. Three female ants that carry no working copies of the orco gene (homozygous) wander outside of the... Read more
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The Scientist
Nature Index Identifies Top Contributors to Innovationranked fourth, is the only non-US institution listed in the top 10.WIKIMEDIAThe
The Scientist / Posted 14 days ago
ranked fourth, is the only non-US institution listed in the top 10.WIKIMEDIAThe Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, Rockefeller University, and MIT are the world’s top three institutions when it comes to inspiring new inventions, according... Read more
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Medical News Today
Faster-acting antidepressants may soon be a realityis playing the most significant role has proven challenging.The role of the den
Medical News Today / Posted 22 days ago
is playing the most significant role has proven challenging.The role of the dentate gyrus A group of scientists from Rockefeller University in New York City, NY, recently set out to take a closer look at the action of SSRIs on a particular... Read more
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asianage
Researchers discover new way to treat obesitytwo new types of cells in the brain that can potently regulate appetite and off
asianage / Posted 24 days ago
two new types of cells in the brain that can potently regulate appetite and offer new drugs to treat obesity. According to Rockefeller University researchers in New York, the two types of cells, located in a part of the brainstem called the dorsal... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
New drugs could treat obesitytwo new types of cells in the brain that can potently regulate appetite and off
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
two new types of cells in the brain that can potently regulate appetite and offer new drugs to treat obesity. According to Rockefeller University researchers in New York, the two types of cells, located in a part of the brainstem called the dorsal... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Forbes reveals the richest Texans of 2017D Rockefeller. Rockefeller is said to have donated almost $2 billion over his l
Houston Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
D Rockefeller. Rockefeller is said to have donated almost $2 billion over his lifetime to various institutions including Rockefeller University, Harvard University and art museums. The biggest winners overall were Microsoft founder Bill Gates... Read more
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New Kerala
Researchers discover new way to treat obesity - newkerala news #258451two new types of cells in the brain that can potently regulate appetite and off
New Kerala / Posted 25 days ago
two new types of cells in the brain that can potently regulate appetite and offer new drugs to treat obesity. According to Rockefeller University researchers in New York, the two types of cells, located in a part of the brainstem called the dorsal... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Hunger-controlling brain cells offer potential targets for new drugs to treat obesityIs the solution to the obesity epidemic all in our heads? A study by researcher
News-Medical-Net / Posted 25 days ago
Is the solution to the obesity epidemic all in our heads? A study by researchers at The Rockefeller University suggests that it might be. "We have identified two new populations of cells in the brain that potently regulate appetite," says Alexander... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
The best science is often accidentalrequire a gravitational adjustment for their clocks to synchronize with those o
Baltimore Sun / Posted 26 days ago
require a gravitational adjustment for their clocks to synchronize with those on Earth. When Oswald Avery and his team at Rockefeller University discovered that DNA was responsible for heredity, they were merely trying to understand why bacterial... Read more
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New Kerala
Frontier Biotech licenses 3BNC117, a novel broad-spectrum HIV neutralizing antibody - newkerala news #257151novel therapeutic products addressing significant unmet medical needs, today an
New Kerala / Posted 29 days ago
novel therapeutic products addressing significant unmet medical needs, today announced it has signed an agreement with The Rockefeller University of the US for the worldwide license for combining 3BNC117, a novel broad-spectrum HIV neutralizing... Read more
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Daily Mail
High-fat diet in pregnancy causes IRREVERSIBLE depression in childrenbut the New York researchers believe they help why so many of us light to light
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
but the New York researchers believe they help why so many of us light to light up while having a drink. The team from Rockefeller University compared teenage rats whose mothers had eaten fatty food when pregnant with animals exposed to a... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Rodents pave the way for an eventual hepatitis C vaccineand disease mechanisms. Which should prove valuable as we work to develop and t
Bel Marra Health / Posted 1 months ago
and disease mechanisms. Which should prove valuable as we work to develop and test hepatitis C vaccines that can help to finally eradicate the disease around the world,” said Charlie Rice, professor of virology at The Rockefelle... Read more

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