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2014/04/24 06:17
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CRISPR Therapeutics sind: Dr. Daniel Anderson, Sam Goldblith Associate Professor am Massachusetts Institute of Technology und internes Mitglied des Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer...
2014/04/24 06:17
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2014/04/24 06:17
2014/04/24 06:17
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Therapeutics sont : Le Dr Daniel Anderson, professeur associé de Sam Goldblith au Massachusetts Institute of Technology et membre interne à l'Institut Koch pour la recherche intégrée sur le...
2014/04/23 18:04
2014/04/23 18:04
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... its start in 1989. Two fellows will work with investigators at the KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for Tuberculosis and HIV (K-RITH), in Durban, South Africa, a collaborative partnership...
2014/04/22 04:20
2014/04/22 04:20
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... this crowd is a bit like the gang at Cheers - everybody knows his name. He is a Stanford psychiatrist and a neuroscientist, and one of the people most responsible for the...
2014/04/21 06:08
2014/04/21 06:08
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Biology. He is the Ernest and Amelia Gallo Professor in the School of Medicine and a member of the Stanford Cancer Institute and the Stanford Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative...
2014/04/08 00:28
2014/04/08 00:28
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PhDs with funding from the Genesis Oncology Trust, are members of a joint team from Auckland and Stanford Universities to gain funding that will help accelerate the commercialization of their...
2014/04/07 21:44
2014/04/07 21:44
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The war on cancer is getting some potent reinforcements, including a potentially broad-spectrum new weapon and genetically engineered immune cells with improved cancer-fighting abilities, speakers...
2014/04/07 19:18
2014/04/07 19:18
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... sought to promote education even further. He went to rural Tuskegee, Ala. and built Tuskegee Institute, now Tuskegee University. Students had little or no money for tuition so he bartered their...
2014/04/07 13:08
2014/04/07 13:08
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... world. In high-income countries, people typically die in old age of chronic diseases such as cancer or cardiovascular problems. In low-income countries, death comes primarily from infectious...
2014/04/07 10:55
2014/04/07 10:55
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The idea of a general, quick and simple blood test for a diverse range of cancers just came closer to reality with news of a new study published in Nature Medicine. Researchers from Stanford...
2014/04/07 01:05
2014/04/07 01:05
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Kavli, late last year. Kavli, of Santa Barbara, died Nov. 21. He was 86 and had a rare form of cancer. Soon after, longtime Kavli board member Charles Vest, former president of the Massachusetts...
2014/04/06 13:38
2014/04/06 13:38
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... as much as the average doctor." Vivek Wadhwa, an entrepreneur who teaches at Duke and Stanford, disagreed, telling the news program: "What I worry about is a message that's getting out...
2014/04/02 17:30
2014/04/02 17:30
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... 15-year-old sophomore at Abraham Lincoln High School that medical research data processed to Stanford University isn't reaching its destination. And sometimes things can get even more confusing...
2014/04/02 15:09
2014/04/02 15:09
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... to Boston-area institutions and scientists. The effort, coupled with other National Institutes of Health initiatives, could mean less federal money would go to research powerhouses...
2014/04/01 21:17
2014/04/01 21:17
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... world. In high-income countries, people typically die in old age of chronic diseases such as cancer or cardiovascular problems. In low-income countries, death comes primarily from infectious...
2014/03/28 04:15
2014/03/28 04:15
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... course, was one of many Dayton fans going crazy Thursday night. The Flyers beat Stanford 82-72 in the Sweet 16 to advance to the South Regional championship. Memphis is going to be...
2014/03/27 16:17
2014/03/27 16:17
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... functions. Mitochondrial defects are often observed in a variety of diseases, including cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and Parkinson’s disease, and are the hallmarks of a number of genetic...
2014/03/25 11:39
2014/03/25 11:39
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With such ambitious goals as helping cure cancer and eradicating pervasive disease, some of the most talented scientists in the country from the emerging field of synthetic biology are breaking new...
2014/03/24 02:48
2014/03/24 02:48
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... Now, recent studies seem to indicate aspirin offers protection from melanoma and other cancers. But many experts remain cautious and urge people to refrain from popping an aspirin on...
2014/03/21 21:17
2014/03/21 21:17
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... civil wars. The chair of the Political Science Department and a professor at the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, she says “excitement about the material” is the most important...
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