Tough tooth to crack but researchers find a way to collect stem cells from...

In Nevada, researchers at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas developed a new method of extracting large numbers of stem cells from something...

Genomix Nutrition Aquires Advanced Genomics’s Nutrigenomic Lab

In Texas, Genomix Nutrition, a nutrigenomic testing company, acquired Advanced Genomics's nutrigenomic lab in San Antonio. Genomix will now handle DNA testing in-house as...

New Gene Editing Approach Speeds Up Precision Medicine

In Virginia, researchers have found a way to analyze gene mutations for cancer patients more quickly than ever before so that medicines and treatments...

Genetically Modified Silkworms Attack Virus and Survive

In China, researchers are using silkworms to kill viruses, taking CRISPR/CAS, an immune system that attacks foreign genes in the host to protect itself,...

Tea Plant Genome Sequencing Completed to Open Door to Tea Flavors

In China, scientists have sequencing the genome of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis, which is more complex than a coffee plant genome, to better...

Palladium + Gallium = Cool Catalyst for High Temperatures

In Germany, researchers added palladium to gallium and what happened was beautiful chemistry. The liquid catalyst is different from other catalysts because the reactants...

Canada using DNA technologies to speed up agricultural imports and exports

In Canada, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food announced that the Canadian Food Inspection Agency is using DNA-based technologies to help speed up the...

Cattle Genomic Data Gives Breeders Competitive Edge

In Australia, case study research demonstrates how 10 years of genomic data has been used to combine three cattle breeds, Taurus, Sanga and Indicus,...

Monsanto Growth Ventures invests $25M in Pairwise Plants gene editing company

In California, Pairwise Plants closed a $25M Series A financing co-led by Deerfield Management and Monsanto Growth Ventures, the venture capital arm of Monsanto...

Targeted Genetic Therapy Helps Pancreatic Cancer Patients

In Pennsylvania, researchers are using genomic profiling to help future treatment of pancreatic cancer, which is the third leading cause of cancer deaths in...

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