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06.05.2019
10:00 GizmagArtificial embryos possible after embryonic stem cells breakthrough


An incredible new study from researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has for the first time found a way to transform skin cells into all three of the stem cell types that make up an early-stage embryo. This extraordinary discovery points a way toward creating an embryo without the need for an egg or sperm.
.. Continue Reading Artificial embryos possible after embryonic stem cells breakthrough Category: Biology Tags: Fertility Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPS) Reproduction Stem Cells

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03.05.2019
23:59 CNBC health careA drone just flew a kidney to a transplant patient for the first time ever — it won't be the last

The proof-of-concept flight is being hailed as "a stunning achievement."

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23:13 CNBC technologyA drone just flew a kidney to a transplant patient for the first time ever — it won't be the last

The proof-of-concept flight is being hailed as "a stunning achievement."

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23:13 CNBC top newsA drone just flew a kidney to a transplant patient for the first time ever — it won't be the last

The proof-of-concept flight is being hailed as "a stunning achievement."

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21:11 ScienceDaily.comSpecialized plant cells regain stem-cell features to heal wounds

If plants are injured, cells adjacent to the wound fill the gaps with their daughter cells. However, which cells divide to do the healing and how they manage to produce cells that match the cell type of the missing tissue has been unclear. Scientists have now shown that to correctly replace dead cells, neighbors to the inside of the wound re-activate their stem cell programs.

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19:39 WhatReallyHappened.comThe FDA Is Moving to Ban Promising Stem Cell Therapy

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15:39 News-Medical.NetDiscovery of small-molecule inhibitors could enable precise control over CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing

The discovery of the first small-molecule inhibitors of the Streptococcus pyogenes Cas9 (SpCas9) protein could enable more precise control over CRISPR-Cas9-based genome editing, researchers report May 2 in the journal Cell.

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10:53 News-Medical.NetPotential stem cell therapies moving from lab bench to clinical application

Stem cell research is leading to potential new therapies to treat disease, with several applications in clinical trials or expected to enter trials in the coming months.

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08:33 GizmagAnti-CRISPR molecules discovered that can block the gene editing technology


As we dive into the brave new world of gene editing, CRISPR technologies are undoubtedly becoming increasingly precise, but alongside enhanced precision is also the necessity for developing ways to inhibit or block the process – an anti-CRISPR molecule, if you will. New work from the Broad Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital has presented a study that homes in on small molecules that may have the ability to safely block the CRISPR gene editing process.
.. Continue Reading Anti-CRISPR molecules discovered that can block the gene editing technology Category: Medical Tags: Brigham and Women’s Hospital Broad Institute CRISPR Genetic engineering Genetics

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02:31 ScienceMag.orgBoys with a rare muscle disease are breathing on their own, thanks to gene therapy

New results cap a year of early stage successes for muscle disorders

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02:03 ScienceDaily.comDrugs that block CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing identified

The discovery of the first small-molecule inhibitors of the Streptococcus pyogenes Cas9 (SpCas9) protein could enable more precise control over CRISPR-Cas9-based genome editing, researchers report.

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00:07 ScienceDaily.comEmbryo stem cells created from skin cells

Researchers have found a way to transform skin cells into the three major stem cell types that comprise early-stage embryos. The work (in mouse cells) has significant implications for modeling embryonic disease and placental dysfunctions, as well as paving the way to create whole embryos from skin cells.

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02.05.2019
18:41 TechnologyReview.comThe search for the kryptonite that can stop CRISPR

Powerful gene-editing tools have the potential to heal—or to harm. Now there’s a race to develop the antidote to the next bioweapon.

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18:25 Nature.ComCompound stops CRISPR enzyme running amok

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18:24 NewScientist.ComTwo molecules could give us finer control over CRISPR gene editing

Molecules that act like off switches for CRISPR may one day be used as a drug to make gene editing therapies safer and less likely to cause unwanted mutations

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18:18 Phys.orgSpecialized plant cells regain stem-cell features to heal wounds

If plants are injured, cells adjacent to the wound fill the gaps with their daughter cells. However, which cells divide to do the healing and how they manage to produce cells that match the cell type of the missing tissue has been unclear. Scientists from the Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) have now shown that to correctly replace dead cells, neighbors to the inside of the wound re-activate their stem cell programs.

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18:06 Phys.orgResearchers identify drugs that block CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing

The discovery of the first small-molecule inhibitors of the Streptococcus pyogenes Cas9 (SpCas9) protein could enable more precise control over CRISPR-Cas9-based genome editing, researchers report May 2nd in the journal Cell.

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17:31 TechInvestorNews.comMedicare for All faces big data, privacy, technology hurdles, says CBO (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsMedicare for All faces big data, privacy, technology hurdles, says CBO - The Congressional Budget Office highlighted the IT challenges with a single payer healthcare model, but also noted that Taiwan may have a design that would keep costs down. ...

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17:19 Phys.org3-D printing of biological tissue

The future of medicine is biological – and scientists hope we will soon be using 3-D-printed biologically functional tissue to replace irreparably damaged tissue in the body. A team of researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology IGB has been working with the University of Stuttgart for a number of years on a project to develop and optimize suitable bioinks for additive manufacturing. By varying the composition of the biomaterial, the researchers have already succeeded in expanding their portfolio to include bone and vascularization inks. That has laid the foundations for manufacturing bone-like tissue structures featuring capillary networks.

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17:02 SingularityHub.ComCRISPR Used in Human Trials for the First Time in the US

CRISPR just hit another landmark. Last week, the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) confirmed that they have treated two cancer patients using the gene editing darling married with another biomedical wizard, CAR-T. For now, it’s too early to tell if the treatment proved beneficial in either patient, but the team hopes to release a first batch […]

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13:57 Nanowerk.com3D printing of biological tissue

The future of medicine is biological - and scientists hope we will soon be using 3D-printed biologically functional tissue to replace irreparably damaged tissue in the body.

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06:45 SingularityHub.ComNew Lifelike Biomaterial Self-Regenerates and Has a Metabolism

Life demands flux. Every living organism is constantly changing: cells divide and die, proteins build and disintegrate, DNA breaks and heals. Life demands metabolism—the simultaneous builder and destroyer of living materials—to continuously upgrade our bodies. That’s how we heal and grow, how we propagate and survive. What if we could endow cold, static, lifeless robots […]

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06:45 SingularityHub.ComA Deceptively Simple Tweak to CRISPR Makes It 50 Times More Accurate

CRISPR may be the premiere gene editing progeny poised to upend natural genomes and erase inherited diseases. But since its inception, one thing has always stood in the way: accuracy. Back in 2017, a contentious report using CRISPR found massive off-target edits in mice, in which the tool went rogue to snip away at innocent […]

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04:30 Google news Sci/TechDrone delivers kidney to organ transplant patient - Komando

Drone delivers kidney to organ transplant patient  KomandoFirst drone delivery of a donated kidney ends with successful transplant  CNNA drone delivered an organ to a transplant patient for the first time  EngadgetFirst drone delivery of organ for human transplant  Boing BoingResearchers test 'Uber for organs' in first successful organ delivery by drone | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

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01:36 Google news Sci/TechFirst ever drone delivery of a donated kidney ends with successful transplant - East Idaho News

First ever drone delivery of a donated kidney ends with successful transplant  East Idaho NewsFirst drone delivery of a donated kidney ends with successful transplant  CNNA drone delivered an organ to a transplant patient for the first time  EngadgetFirst drone delivery of organ for human transplant  Boing BoingMaryland researchers used drone to deliver kidney organ donation  Business InsiderView full coverage on Google News

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01.05.2019
23:55 Google news Sci/TechFirst drone delivery of a donated kidney ends with successful transplant - CNN

First drone delivery of a donated kidney ends with successful transplant  CNNA drone delivered an organ to a transplant patient for the first time  EngadgetFirst drone delivery of organ for human transplant  Boing BoingDrone-delivered kidney gets transplanted into patient  New AtlasMaryland researchers used drone to deliver kidney organ donation  Business InsiderView full coverage on Google News

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21:13 ScienceDaily.comWhy do birds typically live longer than mammals?

Why do birds typically live longer than mammals? A new paper offers a hint, albeit not a conclusive answer.

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20:33 GizmagDrone-delivered kidney gets transplanted into patient


Using regular aircraft to transport organs for transplant usually works OK, but problems can arise when flights are delayed, or when planes can't land in remote areas. That's where drones could really make a difference – and in an April 19th proof-of-concept exercise, one was used to deliver a kidney for a human recipient.
.. Continue Reading Drone-delivered kidney gets transplanted into patient Category: Drones Tags: Delivery drones Transplant University of Maryland

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19:48 Phys.orgForget sperm and eggs, researchers have created embryo stem cells from skin cells

A new, groundbreaking study by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) found a way to transform skin cells into the three major stem cell types that comprise early-stage embryos. This work has significant implications for modelling embryonic disease and placental dysfunctions, as well as paving the way to create whole embryos from skin cells.

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17:21 Phys.orgWhy do birds typically live longer than mammals?

Why do birds typically live longer than mammals? A new paper offers a hint, albeit not a conclusive answer. Assistant Professors of Biology Cynthia Downs and Ana Jimenez at Hamilton College and Colgate University respectively have co-authored a paper with nine students, "Does cellular metabolism from primary fibroblasts and oxidative stress in blood differ between mammals and birds? The (lack-thereof) scaling of oxidative stress" in press with Integrative and Comparative Biology.

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16:56 CNN HealthFirst ever drone delivery of a donated kidney ends with successful transplant

For the first time, a drone delivered a donated kidney that was then successfully transplanted into a patient, University of Maryland Medical Center said last week. Unmanned aircraft delivery could soon become the fastest, safest and least expensive method for beating the organ transplant clock, the drone developers say.

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16:08 ScientificAmerican.ComAI Tool Could Help Diagnose Alzheimer's

A new algorithm accurately identified more than 90 percent of people who would advance to an Alzheimer’s diagnosis in about six years  -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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15:34 ScienceDaily.comDeadly box jellyfish antidote discovered using CRISPR genome editing

Researchers studying how pain works have discovered an antidote to the deadly sting delivered by the most venomous creature on Earth -- the Australian box jellyfish. A single sting to a human causes necrosis of the skin, excruciating pain and, if the dose of venom is large enough, cardiac arrest and death within minutes. The new antidote, discovered using CRISPR genome editing techniques, blocks the symptoms within 15 minutes after contact.

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07:35 GizmagHow circadian disruptions promote tumor growth and timing of cancer drugs may be vital


A detailed new study has offered incredible insight into how disrupting circadian rhythms can promote tumor growth. The research also suggests that the efficacy of cancer therapies can be improved by more specifically timing the administration of certain drugs to a patient's particular circadian rhythm.
.. Continue Reading How circadian disruptions promote tumor growth and timing of cancer drugs may be vital Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Chemotherapy Circadian Rhythms Night Sleep Tumor

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30.04.2019
21:09 News-Medical.NetWill gene-editing of human embryos ever be justifiable?

World-leading medical ethicist Professor Arthur Caplan has published a series of recommendations with the aim of addressing worldwide concerns over gene editing of human embryos.

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19:09 ScientificAmerican.ComIn Search of a (Subjective) Fountain of Youth

Research finds fascinating connection between IQ and aging -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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18:04 Phys.orgDeadly box jellyfish antidote discovered using CRISPR genome editing

Researchers at the University of Sydney have discovered an antidote to the deadly sting delivered by the most venomous creature on earth—the Australian box jellyfish.

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12:16 Nature.ComJapan responds: stem-cell therapy justified

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11:57 Technology.orgA First in Medical Robotics

Surgeons have used robots operated by joysticks for more than a decade, and teams have shown that tiny

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09:47 News-Medical.NetTransplanting fecal microbiota may be the best treatment for antibiotic-resistant C. diff infection

Transplanting human donor fecal microbiota into the colon of a patient infected with Clostridiodes difficile may be the best treatment for those not helped by C. diff targeted antibiotics, according to an article in the Journal of the American Osteopathic Association.

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09:34 News-Medical.NetSamara Polytech biotechnologists experiment with milk types to create elite cheeses

Samara Polytech biotechnologists have been experimenting with different types of milk and other raw materials for several years to create elite cheeses of only domestic production.

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09:11 News-Medical.NetDentists detect more cases of oral cancer and pre-cancer than ever before

After examining data gathered over an 11-year period in a first-of-its-kind provincial study, University of Toronto clinician-scientist Marco Magalhaes has one vital message: dentists in Ontario are detecting more cases of oral cancer and pre-cancer than ever before -- and it's saving lives.

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02:23 ScienceDaily.comNew 3D printed microscope promising for medical diagnostics in developing countries

Researchers have used 3D printing to make an inexpensive and portable high-resolution microscope that is small and robust enough to use in the field or at the bedside. The high-resolution 3D images provided by the instrument could potentially be used to detect diabetes, sickle cell disease, malaria and other diseases.

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02:00 ScienceDaily.comFecal transplants may be best answer to antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Unlike antibiotics, which are destructive by definition, fecal transplants or microbial replacement therapies, repopulate the gut with a diverse group of microbes that may block the C. diff's spore from germinating and propagating disease via its toxins. Transplants have several delivery methods, including enemas, capsules and direct instillation, to replace the diverse flora that maintain health and improve metabolism.

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29.04.2019
23:38 TechInvestorNews.comThe FDA just approved this futuristic lung transplant technology (Brittany A. Roston/SlashGear)

Brittany A. Roston / SlashGearThe FDA just approved this futuristic lung transplant technology - The Xvivo Perfusion System looks like a medical device out of a science fiction movie, but its real and it was just granted FDA approval. The technology opens the door to a greater number of lung transplants by enabling teams to evaluate and potentially approve donor organs that would otherwise ...

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22:41 Google news Sci/TechDrone delivers kidney for organ transplant in breakthrough flight - WKYT

Drone delivers kidney for organ transplant in breakthrough flight  WKYTKidney delivered by DRONE in huge milestone for organ transplants  Mirror OnlineKidney delivered by drone in huge milestone for organ transplants - Entertainment News  SDE Entertainment NewsA kidney for transplant was delivered by drone for the first time ever  USA TODAYTransplant Organs Are Now Being Delivered By Drones  PowerNationView full coverage on Google News

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20:00 Nanowerk.comNew 3D printed microscope promising for medical diagnostics in developing countries

Inexpensive, robust and portable microscope provides high-resolution 3D images of cells.

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19:24 Google news Sci/TechA kidney for transplant was delivered by drone for the first time ever - USA TODAY

A kidney for transplant was delivered by drone for the first time ever  USA TODAYKidney delivered by DRONE in huge milestone for organ transplants  Mirror OnlineView full coverage on Google News

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18:21 ScienceDaily.comUnmanned aircraft delivered kidney for transplant

In a first-ever advancement in human medicine and aviation technology, an unmanned aircraft has delivered a donor kidney to surgeons for successful transplantation into a patient with kidney failure.

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15:20 AzoRobotics.comMIT Engineers Design Tiny Robots that can Help Drug-Delivery Nanoparticles to Reach Disease Sites

Tiny robots recently designed by MIT engineers can aid drug-delivery nanoparticles to navigate their path out of the bloodstream and reach a tumor or other similar sites of disease. The robots are...

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12:02 Technology.orgHepatitis C-Infected Hearts and Lungs Safely Transplanted

Infectious diseases experts and transplant physicians and surgeons at Brigham and Women’s Hospital have blocked the transmission of

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28.04.2019
19:36 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle vet launches an app for patients to record their doctors notes (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsGoogle vet launches an app for patients to record their doctors notes - Google veteran is launching a new medical app for patients to record their doctor visits -- and share them with their family-members. ...

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19:12 CNBC health careGoogle vet launches an app for patients to record their doctor's notes

Google veteran is launching a new medical app for patients to record their doctor visits -- and share them with their family-members.

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18:15 CNBC technologyGoogle vet launches an app for patients to record their doctor's notes

Google veteran is launching a new medical app for patients to record their doctor visits -- and share them with their family-members.

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18:15 CNBC top newsGoogle vet launches an app for patients to record their doctor's notes

Google veteran is launching a new medical app for patients to record their doctor visits -- and share them with their family-members.

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27.04.2019
22:28 Technology.orgScientists discovered protein in blood cancer cells that is not present in healthy cells

Chemotherapy is still our best bet when fighting leukaemia and other forms of cancer. However, even though it

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14:47 WhatReallyHappened.comLatest B.S. science hype from Elon Musk claims upcoming launch of “brain-computer interface” called Neuralink

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11:21 Google news Sci/TechTiny robots powered by magnetic fields could help drug-delivery nanoparticles reach their targets - Phys.org

Tiny robots powered by magnetic fields could help drug-delivery nanoparticles reach their targets  Phys.orgNanoparticles take a fantastic, magnetic voyage  MIT NewsView full coverage on Google News

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10:44 News-Medical.NetUnmanned aircraft delivers donor kidney to surgeons at UMMC for transplantation

In a first-ever advancement in human medicine and aviation technology, a University of Maryland unmanned aircraft has delivered a donor kidney to surgeons at the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) in Baltimore for successful transplantation into a patient with kidney failure.

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07:59 News-Medical.NetFDA approves perfusion device to help increase access to more donor lungs for transplant

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved a device, called Xvivo Perfusion System with Steen Solution Perfusate, that can temporarily ventilate, oxygenate, and pump (perfuse) preservation solution through lungs that were initially thought to be unacceptable for transplant.

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26.04.2019
22:03 ScienceDaily.comGene-editing technology may produce resistant virus in cassava plant

The use of gene-editing technology to create virus-resistant cassava plants could have serious negative ramifications, according to new research by plant biologists.

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21:33 Phys.orgTiny robots powered by magnetic fields could help drug-delivery nanoparticles reach their targets

MIT engineers have designed tiny robots that can help drug-delivery nanoparticles push their way out of the bloodstream and into a tumor or another disease site. Like crafts in "Fantastic Voyage"—a 1960s science fiction film in which a submarine crew shrinks in size and roams a body to repair damaged cells—the robots swim through the bloodstream, creating a current that drags nanoparticles along with them.

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19:23 WhatReallyHappened.comDitching Your Smartphone May Actually Help You Live Longer

By Elias Marat
It may come as little surprise, but as it turns out, smartphones aren’t actually making our lives easier.
Whether it’s the constant pinging of notifications vying for our attention, the temptation of playing around on our phones at all hours of the day, the blue light of LED screens degrading our eyesight and sleep patterns, the inexorable growth of a culture of distraction, or the mounting proof that social media can make our lives miserable, the evidence has grown irrefutable that we should probably reevaluate our dependence on our smartphones...

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18:12 FierceBiotech.comStem cells rebuild neurons’ protective sheaths in mice, inspiring new ideas for MS research

In multiple sclerosis and several other brain disorders, the protective sheath around neurons called myelin breaks down, which in turn disrupts the transmission of nerve signals. Maryland researchers have found a new way to rebuild myelin with a type of stem cell that lives in hair follicles.

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17:24 Phys.orgGene-editing technology to create virus-resistant cassava plant has opposite effect, researchers find

Using gene-editing technology to create virus-resistant cassava plants could have serious negative ramifications, according to new research by plant biologists at the University of Alberta, the University of Liège in Belgium and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology.

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17:13 Phys.orgHow intelligent workstations will use AI to improve health and happiness

Statistics show that if you're reading this at work, you're likely indoors at a table or a desk. If so, pause for a moment: How's your posture? Is the room temperature comfortable? Lighting OK? In the U.S., 81 million office workers spend at least 75% of the day at a desk, and logging long hours in front of screens has been linked to significant health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes. There has to be a better way of doing work.

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16:31 ScienceDaily.comScientists unlock new role for nervous system in regeneration

Biologists have developed a computational model of flatworm regeneration to answer an important question in regeneration research - what are the signals that determine the rebuilding of specific anatomical structures? The model confirms experiments showing how numerous factors determine body pattern formation, and the critical role nerve fibers play in determining polarity in regeneration. The model could help understand regeneration in mammals, birth defects, and bioengineering of organoids.

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15:49 AzoRobotics.comSutter Health Hospitals are Using Germ-Zapping Robots to Destroy Superbugs that Cause Infectious Diseases

California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) hospitals are using Xenex’s germ-zapping robot, known as LightStrike, to control the spread of infectious diseases. (Video credit: Sutter Health)...

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13:01 Technology.orgGene-editing technology to create virus-resistant cassava plant has opposite effect, researchers find

Using gene-editing technology to create virus-resistant cassava plants could have serious negative ramifications, according to new research by

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25.04.2019
23:02 News-Medical.NetBiologists unravel new role for nervous system in regeneration

Biologists at Tufts University have developed a computational model of planarian (flatworm) regeneration that explains how fragments of planaria determine which end should form a tail and which should form a head.

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21:41 Phys.orgScientists unlock new role for nervous system in regeneration

Biologists at Tufts University have developed a computational model of planarian (flatworm) regeneration that explains how fragments of planaria determine which end should form a tail and which should form a head. The development begins to answer an important question in regeneration research—what are the signals that determine the rebuilding of specific anatomical structures? Combining modeling and experiment, the researchers determined that the direction of nerve fibers sets the redistribution of chemical signals establishing the direction of the head-to-tail axis. The model was also able to predict the outcomes of numerous genetic, pharmacological, and surgical manipulations, such as worms with two heads or two tails.

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17:30 WhatReallyHappened.com Ditching Your Smartphone May Actually Help You Live Longer

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16:53 CNN HealthCharity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick, opera singer who had 2 lung transplants, dies

Renowned soprano Charity Sunshine Tillemann-Dick, who performed worldwide after two separate lung transplants, has died, her family said.

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15:18 News-Medical.NetStem cells in hair follicles have potential to regenerate myelin sheath that coats neurons

A subset of the stem cells in hair follicles have the potential to regenerate the coating that insulates neurons in mice, reports Thomas Hornyak of the VA Maryland Health Care System and the University of Maryland School of Medicine and colleagues, in a new study published 24th April in PLOS Genetics.

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15:15 ScienceDaily.comA first in medical robotics: Autonomous navigation inside the body

Bioengineers report the first demonstration of a robot able to navigate autonomously inside the body. In an animal model of cardiac valve repair, the team programmed a robotic catheter to find its way along the walls of a beating, blood-filled heart to a leaky valve -- without a surgeon's guidance.

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13:08 Technology.orgEngineering ‘hairpins’ increases CRISPR accuracy

Biomedical engineers at Duke University have developed a method for improving the accuracy of the CRISPR genome editing

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12:19 AzoRobotics.comPremier Health and BCT Work on a Research Pilot to Deliver AI-Powered Remote Patient Monitoring Tool

Premier Health Group (the “Company” or “Premier Health”), a Company focused on developing innovative approaches that combine human skill-based expertise with emerging...

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10:05 Technology.orgUC receives fourth CRISPR patent; three more on the way

The U.S. Patent Office today issued a fourth patent for the revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing technology to the University

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07:51 News-Medical.NetCombining biomaterial scaffolds with stem cells for tissue engineering applications

StemJournal, a new open access, peer-reviewed journal published by IOS Press, announces publication of its inaugural article, "Combining Stem Cells and Biomaterial Scaffolds for Constructing Tissues and Cell Delivery," by Stephanie M. Willerth, PhD, and Shelly E. Sakiyama-Elbert, PhD.

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01:39 TechInvestorNews.comMozilla Highlights AI Bias and Addiction by Design Tech in Internet Health Report (Slashdot)

SlashdotMozilla Highlights AI Bias and Addiction by Design Tech in Internet Health Report - Mozilla this week released the 2019 Internet Health Report, an analysis that brings together insights from 200 experts to examine issues central to the future of the internet. From a report: This years report chose to focus primarily on injustice perpetuated by artificial intelligence; what NYUs Natasha Dow Schull calls ...

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24.04.2019
23:42 ScienceMag.orgLab-grown patch of heart muscle and other cells could fix ailing hearts

Now in animal tests, patch is big enough to stitch to a human heart

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23:31 WhatReallyHappened.com Brain Implant Can Say What You’re Thinking. A brain-computer interface that records signals in the motor cortex can synthesize speech from activity in a user’s brain

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23:26 ScienceDaily.comStem cells from hair follicles have potential to repair damaged neurons in mice

A subset of the stem cells in hair follicles have the potential to regenerate the coating that insulates neurons in mice, report scientists.

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22:55 ScienceNewsDaily.orgRobotic tube for surgery autonomously navigates inside a beating heart

A robotic catheter can move autonomously inside a heart to the location where surgery is required. It has a camera for vision and has been tested in 5 pigs

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22:55 Google news Sci/TechGoogle Fit Launches on iPhone With Apple Health and Apple Watch Integration - Mac Rumors

Google Fit Launches on iPhone With Apple Health and Apple Watch Integration  Mac RumorsGoogle brings its redesigned fitness app to iOS  The VergeGoogle Fit now available on iOS with Apple Health sync  9to5GoogleGoogle Fit activity tracking comes to iOS with Apple Watch support  EngadgetGoogle Fit is now a standalone iOS app with Apple Watch support  VentureBeatView full coverage on Google News

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22:38 ScienceDaily.comMediterranean diet deters overeating, study finds

A new study finds that nonhuman primates on a Mediterranean diet chose not to eat all the food available to them and maintained a normal weight.

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21:39 ScienceDaily.comWelding with stem cells for next-generation surgical glues

Scientists have invented a new technology that could lead to the development of a new generation of smart surgical glues and dressings for chronic wounds. The new method involves re-engineering the membranes of stem cells to effectively 'weld' the cells together.

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21:39 NewScientist.ComRobotic tube for surgery autonomously navigates inside a beating heart

A robotic catheter can move autonomously inside a heart to the location where surgery is required. It has a camera for vision and has been tested in 5 pigs

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21:32 ScienceMag.orgThese origami robots could one day deliver drugs inside your body

Magnet-controlled bots can grasp and fold on command

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20:05 Nature.ComSingle-cell transcriptomes of the regenerating intestine reveal a revival stem cell

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19:35 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Fit health and activity app launches on iOS (Brittany A. Roston/SlashGear)

Brittany A. Roston / SlashGearGoogle Fit health and activity app launches on iOS - Google has announced the launch of its fitness and health app Google Fit on iOS. Starting today, iPhone owners can download Google Fit and use it to track their daily activities. The app focuses on two goals, Move Minutes and Heart Points, which help users track whether theyre getting adequate ...

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18:43 ScienceDaily.com'Longevity gene' responsible for more efficient DNA repair

Researchers found that the gene sirtuin 6 (SIRT6) is responsible for more efficient DNA repair in species with longer lifespans. The research illuminates new targets for anti-aging interventions and could help prevent age-related diseases.

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16:50 Phys.orgFemale warblers live longer when they have help raising offspring

Death is, unfortunately, an inevitable consequence of life. In most animals growing old is accompanied by progressive deterioration in health and vitality, leading to an increasing likelihood of death with age.

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16:27 Reuters.com HealthNovartis mulling $1.5 mln-$5 mln price range for SMA gene therapy

Novartis Chief Executive Vas Narasimhan said on Wednesday that the Swiss drugmaker is examining a price range for its Zolgensma gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) of between $1.5 million and $5 million per patient.

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12:43 Technology.orgStanford researchers work to genetically modify flatworms and unlock their regenerative powers

Slice it into a hundred pieces if you want, and the millimeters-long flatworm called a planarian won’t particularly

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12:32 Technology.orgWelding with stem cells for next-generation surgical glues

Scientists at the University of Bristol have invented a new technology that could lead to the development of

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11:54 NYT HealthPutting Down Your Phone May Help You Live Longer

By raising levels of the stress-related hormone cortisol, our phone time may also be threatening our long-term health.

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11:44 Technology.orgUSC-led advance in groundbreaking cancer treatment eliminates severe side effects

An advance in the groundbreaking cancer treatment known as CAR T-cell therapy appears to eliminate its severe side

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11:44 Technology.orgTo protect stem cells, plants have diverse genetic backup plans

Despite evolution driving a wide variety of differences, many plants function the same way. Now a new study

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11:42 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Using small molecules to regenerate heart tissue

New research in mice uses gene-regulating molecules called microRNAs to repair heart tissue after an adverse cardiovascular event such as a heart attack.

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