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In Massachusetts, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology used new single-cell genetic techniques to discover four new types of while blood cells that...

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When Freezing Isn’t Freezing Enough – UNM Has New Nitrogen Tanks to Better Preserve...

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In New York, researchers at Rockefeller University say your genetic makeup can actually be keeping you awake at night. Due to a newly discovered...

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In New York, researchers from Dovetail Genomics, BGI, and University of California, Davis have assembled a lettuce genome using an in vitro scaffolding improvement...

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In Wisconsin, after four months of searching, Accelerated Genetics, a cattle genetics cooperative, has a new CEO, Janet Keller. The board decided to hire...

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In Texas, Aprima Medical Software is integrating the ActX Genomic Decision Support platform into its electronic health records and should have it available later...

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In Spain, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory and the Spanish government is opening a new lab, the first in over 18 years for EMBL,...

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,...

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