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03.06.2022
17:03 ExtremeTech.com Doctors 3D Print An Ear Made of Human Cells

After growing cells from a patient sample, a human ear can be 3D printed in 10 minutes. The post Doctors 3D Print An Ear Made of Human Cells appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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11:33 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal launch shows yet again that Exynos chips are inferior - Android Authority

Diablo Immortal launch shows yet again that Exynos chips are inferior  Android AuthorityDiablo Immortal on PC: The First 17 Minutes of Gameplay  IGNDiablo Immortal Best Class: What is the best starting, solo and PvP class?  VG247Diablo Immortal best builds: Skills, gems, PvE, and PvP  Windows CentralView Full Coverage on Google News

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06:02 CNN Health At 99, iconic producer Norman Lear doesn't want to quit working. Can work help us all live longer?

Iconic television and movie producer Norman Lear is approaching his 100th birthday. Does his personal prescription for a long, productive work life translate to all of us?

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00:53 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal on PC: The First 17 Minutes of Gameplay - IGN

Diablo Immortal on PC: The First 17 Minutes of Gameplay  IGNDiablo Immortal best builds: Skills, gems, PvE, and PvP  Windows CentralDiablo Immortal Microtransactions Explained: Is It a Pay-to-Win Game?  Den of GeekDiablo Immortal Review in Progress - IGN  IGNDiablo Immortal: Which Is the Best Class?  Gaming INTELView Full Coverage on Google News

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02.06.2022
21:40 ScienceDaily.com Study finds fecal microbiota transplantation to be cost effective treatment for any recurrent Clostridiodes Difficile infection

Medical researchers have found that Fecal Microbiota Transplantation, or FMT, is an optimal cost-effective treatment for first recurrent Clostridioides difficile infection.

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20:43 Google news Sci/Tech The Morning After: ‘Diablo Immortal’ arrives, with loot boxes - Engadget

The Morning After: ‘Diablo Immortal’ arrives, with loot boxes  EngadgetDiablo Immortal Review in Progress - IGN  IGN‘Diablo Immortal’ is Blizzard’s best and most worrying game in years  EngadgetDiablo Immortal Microtransactions Explained: Is It a Pay-to-Win Game?  Den of GeekDiablo Immortal is a fitting farewell to Diablo 3's divisive visual style  VG247View Full Coverage on Google News

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20:10 SingularityHub.Com In a First, Doctors Transplant a 3D Printed Ear Made of the Patient’s Own Cells

3D printing is becoming commonplace as a tool for manufacturing, construction, and even food preparation, but the technology’s advancement in the medical field has understandably been a bit slower. This week marked a new milestone as the first-ever 3D printed human ear was successfully transplanted onto a patient’s body. The announcement came from 3DBio Therapeutics, […]

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17:23 Nanowerk.com Artificial intelligence centered cancer nanomedicine: Diagnostics, therapeutics and bioethics

The book 'Artificial Intelligence Based Cancer Nanomedicine: Diagnostics, Therapeutics and Bioethics' gives a comprehensive explanation of the role of machine learning and artificial intelligence in cancer nanomedicine. It presents 10 chapters that cover multiple dimensions of the subject.

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16:52 MedicalNewsToday.com Cancer-killing virus injected into human for the first time in new clinical trial

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16:43 Google news Sci/Tech Doctors Transplant 3-D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells - The New York Times

Doctors Transplant 3-D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells  The New York TimesWoman receives 3-D printed ear implant made from her own cells  Hindustan TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:13 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal Tips For Beginners: Early Tips For Raising Hell In Blizzard's Mobile RPG - GameSpot

Diablo Immortal Tips For Beginners: Early Tips For Raising Hell In Blizzard's Mobile RPG  GameSpotDiablo Immortal Review in Progress - IGN  IGN‘Diablo Immortal’ is Blizzard’s best and most worrying game in years  EngadgetDiablo Immortal is a fitting farewell to Diablo 3's divisive visual style  VG247Diablo Immortal Review in Progress  IGNView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:03 Technology.org Gene therapy for rare eye disease safe but lacks efficacy in early trial

A 28-patient phase 1 gene therapy clinical trial for the degenerative retinal disease Leber hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON)

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15:53 Google news Sci/Tech Doctors Transplant 3-D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells - The New York Times

Doctors Transplant 3-D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells  The New York TimesWoman receives 3-D printed ear implant made from her own cells  Hindustan TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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12:02 ExtremeTech.com Loot Boxes Reportedly Keep Diablo Immortal Out of Belgium And The Netherlands

Diablo Immortal will not be available in the Netherlands or Belgium, and loot boxes are probably to blame. The post Loot Boxes Reportedly Keep Diablo Immortal Out of Belgium And The Netherlands appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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10:12 NYT Science Doctors Transplant 3-D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells

3DBio Therapeutics, a biotech company in Queens, said it had for the first time used 3-D printing to make a body part with a patient’s own cells.

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10:12 NYT Technology Doctors Transplant 3-D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells

3DBio Therapeutics, a biotech company in Queens, said it had for the first time used 3-D printing to make a body part with a patient’s own cells.

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10:01 NYT Health Doctors Transplant 3-D Printed Ear Made of Human Cells

3DBio Therapeutics, a biotech company in Queens, said it had for the first time used 3-D printing to make a body part with a patient’s own cells.

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06:22 News-Medical.Net Stem cell model could provide insights into biological mechanisms that underlie neuropsychiatric disorders

Researchers from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have applied a novel stem cell model to map disease risk variants in human neurons, which could help provide insights into the biological mechanisms that underlie neuropsychiatric disorders such as autism and schizophrenia.

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00:50 ScienceDaily.com Scientists developing the axolotl as a model for regeneration

Scientists are working toward establishing the Mexican salamander, or axolotl, as a laboratory model for the study of regeneration. With the ability to regenerate almost any body part, the axolotl is nature's champion of regeneration. The development of new tools to work with the axolotl is elevating it to the level of established research models and positioning the community of scientists who work with it for exponential growth.

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00:50 ScienceDaily.com A stem cell model could help unravel the complex biology behind some psychiatric disorders

Researchers have applied a novel stem cell model to map disease risk variants in human neurons, which could help provide insights into the biological mechanisms that underlie neuropsychiatric disorders such as autism and schizophrenia.

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00:13 ScienceMag.org Better than CRISPR? Another way to fix gene problems may be safer and more versatile

Epigenome editing flips genetic on-off switches in mouse studies

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01.06.2022
23:22 CNN Health 'Ghost heart': Built from the scaffolding of a pig and the patient's cells, this cardiac breakthrough may soon be ready for transplant into humans

A ghost-like shell of a pig's heart, infused with beating human stem cells, is edging closer to human clinical trials for heart transplants.

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22:13 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal feels uncomfortably mercenary - The Verge

Diablo Immortal feels uncomfortably mercenary  The Verge‘Diablo Immortal’ is Blizzard’s best and most worrying game in years  EngadgetDiablo Immortal Review in Progress - IGN  IGNReview in Progress: Diablo Immortal – Destructoid  DestructoidReview In Progress – Diablo Immortal  Game InformerView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:12 News-Medical.Net Gene therapy for degenerative retinal disease has no safety concerns but fails to improve vision loss

A 28-patient phase 1 gene therapy clinical trial for the degenerative retinal disease Leber hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON) found no significant safety concerns; however, treatment failed to improve or slow vision loss, with even the highest dose. LHON affects the optic nerve, which carries visual signals from the light-sensing retina to the brain.

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18:50 Nature.Com Robot exercises shoulder cells for better tissue transplants

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18:23 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal released early on Android and iOS - Polygon

Diablo Immortal released early on Android and iOS  PolygonDiablo Immortal Review in Progress - IGN  IGN‘Diablo Immortal’ is Blizzard’s best and most worrying game in years  EngadgetReview in Progress: Diablo Immortal  DestructoidReview In Progress – Diablo Immortal  Game InformerView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:12 Google news Sci/Tech The World’s Largest Plant Is a Self-Cloning Sea Grass in Australia - The New York Times

The World’s Largest Plant Is a Self-Cloning Sea Grass in Australia  The New York TimesScientists discover ‘biggest plant on Earth’ off Western Australian coast  The GuardianThe Largest Clone on Earth Is Found in Australia  NewsweekWorld's largest plant discovered in Australia  CNNMajor discovery: ‘Biggest plant on Earth’ found in Shark Bay off Australia’s west coast  WIONView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:53 FierceBiotech.com BioMarin's hemophilia A gene therapy further delayed amid new FDA questions

BioMarin's hemophilia A gene therapy further delayed amid new FDA questions mbayer Wed, 06/01/2022 - 10:06

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17:23 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal Review in Progress - IGN

Diablo Immortal Review in Progress  IGN‘Diablo Immortal’ is Blizzard’s best and most worrying game in years  EngadgetReview in Progress: Diablo Immortal  DestructoidReview In Progress – Diablo Immortal  Game InformerDiablo Immortal Review in Progress - IGN  IGNView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:13 Phys.org Meet the world's largest plant: A single seagrass clone stretches 180 km in Western Australia's Shark Bay

Next time you go diving or snorkeling, have a close look at those wondrously long, bright green ribbons waving with the ebb and flow of water. They are seagrasses—marine plants which produce flowers, fruit, and seedlings annually, like their land-based relatives.

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16:13 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal impressions: A good smartphone game saddled with F2P nonsense - Ars Technica

Diablo Immortal impressions: A good smartphone game saddled with F2P nonsense  Ars Technica‘Diablo Immortal’ is Blizzard’s best and most worrying game in years  EngadgetDiablo Immortal Review in Progress  IGNReview in Progress: Diablo Immortal  DestructoidReview In Progress – Diablo Immortal  Game InformerView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:33 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal - Everything to Know - GameSpot

Diablo Immortal - Everything to Know  GameSpot'Diablo Immortal' is Blizzard's best and most worrying game in years  EngadgetDiablo Immortal Review in Progress  IGNDiablo Immortal for Android review: A stellar handheld version of a classic  Android CentralReview In Progress – Diablo Immortal  Game InformerView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:13 TechnologyReview.com The Download: Liver transplant success, and lifting Shanghai’s lockdown

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. A new storage technique could vastly expand the number of livers available for transplant A patient who received a donated liver that had been stored for three days in a new type of…

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14:23 AzoRobotics.com MVision's Guideline-Based, AI-Powered Segmentation Software Receives FDA Clearance

MVision AI announces that it receives 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for guideline-based, AI-powered software for automatic segmentation for radiotherapy....

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12:33 Technology.org Researchers look to unleash the power of stem cells to repair brain injuries

Scientists at the University of Toronto and Sinai Health say they have identified a new way to control

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11:50 Nature.Com Gene-edited tomatoes, South Asian heatwave and Australian election

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10:52 Google news Sci/Tech Coffee Drinkers, Even Those With a Sweet Tooth, Live Longer - WebMD

Coffee Drinkers, Even Those With a Sweet Tooth, Live Longer  WebMDCoffee may perk up your life expectancy, study suggests  Fox NewsDrinking coffee daily -- even with sugar -- is linked to a lower risk of death  ABC15 ArizonaCoffee drinkers live longer, especially if they add a spoonful of sugar  Study FindsView Full Coverage on Google News

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06:52 Google news Sci/Tech Loot box laws reportedly keep Diablo Immortal out of 2 countries - Polygon

Loot box laws reportedly keep Diablo Immortal out of 2 countries  PolygonDiablo Immortal Won’t Launch In Some Countries Due To Loot Box Laws  KotakuBlizzard won't release 'Diablo Immortal' in countries with loot box laws  EngadgetDiablo: Immortal Won't Launch in Belgium and the Netherlands Due to Lootbox Laws - IGN  IGNTwo European countries won't get Diablo Immortal because of loot box laws  Ars TechnicaView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:23 LiveScience.com The world’s biggest clone is a 77-square-mile ‘immortal’ meadow of seagrass

Researchers have discovered that 4,500-year-old seagrass meadows in Shark Bay, Western Australia, are actually the world's largest clone.

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02:02 NYT Science The World’s Largest Plant is a Self-Cloning Seagrass in Australia

The species is called Poseidon’s ribbon weed, and researchers say it’s spread to cover an area the size of Cincinnati over the past 4,500 years.

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00:33 Phys.org Neuroscientists expand CRISPR toolkit with new, compact Cas7-11 enzyme

Last year, researchers at MIT's McGovern Institute for Brain Research discovered and characterized Cas7-11, the first CRISPR enzyme capable of making precise, guided cuts to strands of RNA without harming cells in the process. Now, working with collaborators at the University of Tokyo, the same team has revealed that Cas7-11 can be shrunk to a more compact version, making it an even more viable option for editing the RNA inside living cells. The new, compact Cas7-11 was described May 27 in the journal Cell along with a detailed structural analysis of the original enzyme.

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00:33 Google news Sci/Tech Coffee drinkers live longer, especially if they add a spoonful of sugar - Study Finds

Coffee drinkers live longer, especially if they add a spoonful of sugar  Study FindsDrinking coffee daily -- even with sugar -- is linked to a lower risk of death  ABC15 ArizonaSweetened and unsweetened coffee consumption associated with lower death risk, study finds  Yahoo! VoicesCoffee with sugar can be healthy, reduce death risk, study suggests  USA TODAYPeople who drink coffee daily live longer, study says  New York Post View Full Coverage on Google News

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00:12 Google news Sci/Tech People who drink coffee daily live longer, study says - New York Post

People who drink coffee daily live longer, study says  New York Post Drinking coffee daily -- even with sugar -- is linked to a lower risk of death  ABC15 ArizonaSweetened and unsweetened coffee consumption associated with lower death risk, study finds  Yahoo! VoicesDrinking few cups of coffee a day whether it's decaffeinated, instant or ground, can lower your risk of death, study says  KABC-TVYour morning cup of coffee could help you live longer  CosmosView Full Coverage on Google News

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31.05.2022
22:23 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal Won’t Launch In Some Countries Due To Loot Box Laws - Kotaku

Diablo Immortal Won’t Launch In Some Countries Due To Loot Box Laws  KotakuBlizzard won't release 'Diablo Immortal' in countries with loot box laws  EngadgetDiablo: Immortal Won't Launch in Belgium and the Netherlands Due to Lootbox Laws - IGN  IGNDiablo Immortal reportedly won't be released in Belgium or the Netherlands because of loot boxes  PC GamerDiablo Immortal reportedly won't be released in Belgium or the Netherlands because of its loot boxes | VGC  Video Games ChronicleView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:50 ScienceDaily.com Injured human liver treated for 3 days in a machine and then successfully transplanted

A multidisciplinary research team has succeeded in doing something during a treatment attempt that had never been achieved in the history of medicine until now: it treated an originally damaged human liver in a machine for three days outside of a body and then implanted the recovered organ into a cancer patient. One year later, the patient is doing well.

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20:13 TechnologyReview.com A new storage technique could vastly expand the number of livers available for transplant

A patient who received a donated liver that had been stored for three days in a new type of machine that mimics the human body is healthy one year on from surgery, according to a study in Nature Biotechnology. The technology could significantly increase the number of livers suitable for transplant, the authors claim, both…

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20:10 Nature.Com Will gene therapy comeback last? Scientists try to make it safer

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19:53 Google news Sci/Tech Blizzard won't release 'Diablo Immortal' in countries with loot box laws - Engadget

Blizzard won't release 'Diablo Immortal' in countries with loot box laws  EngadgetDiablo Immortal reportedly won't be released in Belgium or the Netherlands because of its loot boxes | VGC  Video Games ChronicleDiablo Immortal reportedly won't be released in Belgium or the Netherlands because of loot boxes  PC GamerDiablo: Immortal Won't Launch in Belgium and the Netherlands Due to Lootbox Laws - IGN  IGNTwo European countries won't get Diablo Immortal because of loot box laws  Ars TechnicaView Full Coverage on Google News

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19:32 Medscape.Com Coffee Drinkers — Even Those With a Sweet Tooth — Live Longer

Among people who drank about two to four cups of coffee a day, with or without sugar, the rate of death was lower than among those who didn't drink the beverage.

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19:30 NewScientist.Com Damaged liver repaired inside machine for three days before transplant

A damaged liver that was kept alive and repaired in a machine for three days outside the body before transplantation is functioning normally in the recipient a year later

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18:43 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo: Immortal Won't Launch in Belgium and the Netherlands Due to Lootbox Laws - IGN - IGN

Diablo: Immortal Won't Launch in Belgium and the Netherlands Due to Lootbox Laws - IGN  IGNDiablo Immortal reportedly won't be released in Belgium or the Netherlands because of its loot boxes | VGC  Video Games ChronicleDiablo Immortal reportedly won't be released in Belgium or the Netherlands because of loot boxes  PC GamerBlizzard won't release 'Diablo Immortal' in countries with loot box laws  EngadgetDiablo Immortal launch reportedly blocked in some territories over loot box laws  DestructoidView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:21 BBC Health Transplant success: Liver survives out of body for days

Surgeons successfully transplanted the donated organ into a patient who, a year on, is doing well.

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17:20 ScienceDaily.com Discovery could lead to better cancer immunotherapy

A type of white blood cell previously known only as a helper in the immune system appears also to be the instigator of the body's defenses against cancerous tumors. The discovery could lead to more effective cancer immunotherapy, a promising treatment which uses the body's own immune system, rather than radiation, to attack cancer cells. In an animal study, researchers found that a population of T cells called CD4-positive helper T cells helped start a chain of antitumor immunity defenses that allow killer cells to better infiltrate melanoma and breast cancer tumors.

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17:03 AzoNano.com Nano-CRISPR Approach to Clearing Food Industry Pathogens

Foodborne pathogens are multidrug-resistant (MDR) and cause a significant problem in food industries. An article published in the journal Materials Today Bio discusses repurposing the bacterial...

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16:32 News-Medical.Net New discovery could pave the way for more effective cancer immunotherapy

A type of white blood cell previously known only as a helper in the immune system appears also to be the instigator of the body's defenses against cancerous tumors.

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14:33 FierceBiotech.com Fat could hold key to stem cell treatments for Parkinson's disease

Fat could hold key to stem cell treatments for Parkinson's disease mbayer Fri, 05/27/2022 - 12:18

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11:01 CNN Health Changing our DNA: 'The age of human therapeutic gene editing is here'

Advances in gene editing have brought us ever closer to fixing some of the most devastating diseases of our time, such as progeria and sickle cell disease.

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30.05.2022
19:53 AzoRobotics.com AI Monitors the Health of Coral Reefs by Learning the “Song of the Reef”

New research indicates that by studying the “song of the reef,” artificial intelligence (AI) can assess the health of coral reefs. Image Credit: Shutterstock.com/ Shirley W images...

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19:41 News-Medical.Net Researchers reveal a possible biological mechanism connecting breast cancer and type 2 diabetes

Breast cancer and type 2 diabetes would seem to be distinctly different diseases, with commonality only in their commonality.

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18:12 CNN Health Stem Cells Fast Facts

View CNN's Fast Facts about stem cells and learn more about these unspecialized cells capable of replicating themselves through cell division.

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17:53 Phys.org Global biogeographical patterns and correlates of floral longevity

The length of time a flower remains open (i.e., from anthesis to flower senescence) is called floral longevity. Floral longevity is one of the most important reproductive traits, as it determines opportunities for pollen dispersal and capture of pollen by stigmas as well as the potential to influence intra pollinator foraging and opportunities for geitonogamous self-pollination.

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15:13 LiveScience.com Easy Mediterranean diet meal plan

Follow our simplified Mediterranean diet meal plan to improve your health and liven up your midweek meals

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04:22 News-Medical.Net New virtual biopsy could lead to major improvements in care for heart transplant patients

The days of heart transplant survivors undergoing invasive biopsies could soon be over after a new MRI technique has proven to be safe and effective; reducing complications and hospital admissions.

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29.05.2022
09:03 Technology.org Discovery offers a starting point for better gene-editing tools

CRISPR has ushered in the era of genomic medicine. A line of powerful tools has been developed from

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28.05.2022
09:33 Technology.org Study examines why kidneys can’t regenerate after birth

Tulane University researchers discovered a new mechanism that may explain why human kidneys, which are comprised of almost a

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04:10 NewScientist.Com Robot that climbs through gut without losing grip could deliver drugs

A robot that uses its spiked feet to cling to the mucus-covered lining of the gut could one day climb through the human body to install monitoring devices or deliver therapies

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03:13 News-Medical.Net Discovery of new prostate cancer subtype opens the door to development of therapies

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have identified a previously unrecognized form of hormone therapy-resistant prostate cancer, as well as a set of molecules that drive its growth.

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00:42 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal pre-load begins on PC today ahead of its launch on June 2nd - Rock Paper Shotgun

Diablo Immortal pre-load begins on PC today ahead of its launch on June 2nd  Rock Paper ShotgunDiablo Immortal Pre-Launch Q&A – Uncapped Frames on PC, Monetization Tweaks After Beta and More  Wccftech‘Diablo Immortal’ Gets A Roadmap With Release Date And Launch Times  ForbesDiablo Immortal will launch with native voice chat transcription and speech-to-text  The VergeDiablo Immortal PC pre-load is available now, will support Switch Pro controller  DestructoidView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:13 Google news Sci/Tech 'Diablo Immortal,' scorned on reveal, wants to be a hit on mobile and PC - The Washington Post

'Diablo Immortal,' scorned on reveal, wants to be a hit on mobile and PC  The Washington PostDiablo Immortal pre-load begins on PC today ahead of its launch on June 2nd  Rock Paper ShotgunDiablo Immortal Pre-Launch Q&A – Uncapped Frames on PC, Monetization Tweaks After Beta and More  WccftechDiablo Immortal will launch with native voice chat transcription and speech-to-text  The Verge‘Diablo Immortal’ Gets A Roadmap With Release Date And Launch Times  ForbesView Full Coverage on Google News

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27.05.2022
20:42 News-Medical.Net Understanding transposons provides a new starting point to generate more powerful gene editing tools

CRISPR has ushered in the era of genomic medicine. A line of powerful tools has been developed from the popular CRISPR-Cas9 to cure genetic diseases.

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20:03 Phys.org Researchers unravel role of cohesins in embryonic stem cell division

Chromosomes undergo precise structural changes at a molecular level during the different phases of cell division. These changes occur at a high level of accuracy to prevent genome instability. Genome instability resulting from broken, missing, or rearranged chromosomes has been found to be the root cause of cell death, carcinogenesis, and congenital disorders. Studying genomic instability helps researchers identify the causes of cancer and may lead to new advancements in their diagnosis and treatment.

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18:53 FierceBiotech.com Mayo Clinic, Janssen AI to detect pulmonary hypertension scores FDA breakthrough nod

Mayo Clinic, Janssen AI to detect pulmonary hypertension scores FDA breakthrough nod apark Fri, 05/27/2022 - 11:29

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16:43 AzoNano.com Novel Treatment Uses Undercover Nanoparticles Carrying Therapeutic Proteins to Promote Tissue, Muscle Regeneration

About 12 million people in the U.S., particularly those with diabetes, experience obstructed arteries in their limbs. This condition, known as critical limb ischemia, leads to reduced blood flow to...

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16:13 Google news Sci/Tech The Warriors’ return to the NBA finals is a remarkable feat of regeneration - The Guardian

The Warriors’ return to the NBA finals is a remarkable feat of regeneration  The Guardian2022 Western Conference Finals Champions Golden State Warriors  NBANBA Finals: Steph Curry, Warriors are trophy hunting again  Yahoo SportsWarriors advance to NBA Finals without Splash Brother superpowers of past, making it all the more impressive  CBS SportsGolden State Warriors Are Western Conference Champions | Full Ceremony  Golden State WarriorsView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:12 Google news Sci/Tech Diablo Immortal - 15 Things You Need To Know Before You Download - GamingBolt

Diablo Immortal - 15 Things You Need To Know Before You Download  GamingBoltDiablo Immortal: Release Time, Pre-Load, And How To Enable Cross-Progression  GameSpot'Diablo Immortal,' scorned on reveal, wants to be a hit on mobile and PC  The Washington PostDiablo Immortal release time: Here's when you can play on PC  PCGamesNHow to pre-load Diablo Immortal on PC  Dot EsportsView Full Coverage on Google News

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26.05.2022
22:40 ScienceDaily.com Discovery offers starting point for better gene-editing tools

New research has big implications for genomic medicine. Scientists have defined with atomic precision a new genome editing tool that is less than half the size of CRISPR-Cas9 -- currently the most reliable genome editing system. This new tool would allow scientists to fit genetic editors into smaller viral delivery systems to fix a variety of diseases.

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22:33 Nanowerk.com Discovery offers starting point for better gene-editing tools

New research has big implications for genomic medicine. Scientists have defined with atomic precision a new genome editing tool that is less than half the size of CRISPR-Cas9 - currently the most reliable genome editing system. This new tool would allow scientists to fit genetic editors into smaller viral delivery systems to fix a variety of diseases.

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22:13 Phys.org Discovery offers starting point for better gene-editing tools

CRISPR has ushered in the era of genomic medicine. A line of powerful tools has been developed from the popular CRISPR-Cas9 to cure genetic diseases. However, there is a last-mile problem—these tools need to be effectively delivered into every cell of the patient, and most Cas9s are too big to be fitted into popular genome therapy vectors, such as the adenovirus-associated virus (AAV).

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18:23 Phys.org What the Voyager space probes can teach humanity about immortality and legacy

Voyager 1 is the farthest human-made object from Earth. After sweeping by Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, it is now almost 15 billion miles (24 billion kilometers) from Earth in interstellar space. Both Voyager 1 and its twin, Voyager 2, carry little pieces of humanity in the form of their Golden Records. These messages in a bottle include spoken greetings in 55 languages, sounds and images from nature, an album of recordings and images from numerous cultures, and a written message of welcome from Jimmy Carter, who was U.S. president when the spacecraft left Earth in 1977.

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18:01 SingularityHub.Com What the Voyager Space Probes Can Teach Us About Immortality as They Sail Through Space for Eons

Voyager 1 is the farthest human-made object from Earth. After sweeping by Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, it is now almost 15 billion miles (24 billion kilometers) from Earth in interstellar space. Both Voyager 1 and its twin, Voyager 2, carry little pieces of humanity in the form of their Golden Records. These messages in […]

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13:53 ExtremeTech.com Scientists Accidentally Turn Gene-Edited Hamsters Into Aggressive Bullies

Sometimes experiments don’t go as planned. The post Scientists Accidentally Turn Gene-Edited Hamsters Into Aggressive Bullies appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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10:21 BBC Health 'A double hand transplant? That's space-age stuff''

Steven Gallagher, 48, has a new lease of life after undergoing pioneering surgery last December.

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02:51 News-Medical.Net Case Western Reserve signs license agreement to bring groundbreaking AI for helping cancer patients

When Case Western Reserve University research showed that artificial intelligence (AI) could identify which lung cancer patients would benefit from chemotherapy, a national magazine called the finding one of the "10 Most Incredible Medical Breakthroughs of 2018."

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02:40 ScienceDaily.com Researchers use CRISPR technology to modify starches in potatoes

Humble potatoes are a rich source not only of dietary carbohydrates for humans, but also of starches for numerous industrial applications. Scientists are learning how to alter the ratio of potatoes' two starch molecules -- amylose and amylopectin -- to increase both culinary and industrial applications.

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25.05.2022
23:53 Phys.org Researchers use CRISPR technology to modify starches in potatoes

Humble potatoes are a rich source not only of dietary carbohydrates for humans, but also of starches for numerous industrial applications. Texas A&M AgriLife scientists are learning how to alter the ratio of potatoes' two starch molecules—amylose and amylopectin—to increase both culinary and industrial applications.

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17:33 FierceBiotech.com RapidAI speeds up pulmonary embolism diagnosis with FDA clearance for AI triage tool

RapidAI speeds up pulmonary embolism diagnosis with FDA clearance for AI triage tool apark Wed, 05/25/2022 - 09:42

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17:23 AzoNano.com Can Gold Nanomaterials Successful Boost Cancer Treatment?

The efficient treatment of cancer using gold-based nanoparticles of various shapes and sizes has been reviewed and presented in the study published in the MDPI journal Nanomaterials....

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12:00 NewScientist.Com UK to relax law on gene-edited food in post-Brexit change from EU

Tomatoes edited to make them a rich source of vitamin D and other crops edited for health and environmental reasons could be sold after the new Genetic Technology Bill

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06:54 NewScientist.Com No UK supermarket is willing to say it will stock gene-edited food

When New Scientist contacted 11 of the UK’s biggest supermarkets to ask if they would stock gene-edited food after a bill becomes law, none responded to confirm they would embrace the products

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04:05 News-Medical.Net UH experts in cloning and stem cell science take the first step toward unraveling cystic fibrosis

Two nationally recognized experts in cloning and stem cell science from the University of Houston are taking the first step toward limiting the consequences of chronic inflammation in cystic fibrosis (CF) by identifying the source of this persistent and enigmatic inflammation in CF lungs.

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24.05.2022
20:19 News-Medical.Net AI tool helps doctors predict cancer risk in lung nodules seen on chest CT

An artificial intelligence (AI) tool helps doctors predict the cancer risk in lung nodules seen on CT, according to a new study published in the journal Radiology.

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18:04 AzoNano.com Heat Exposure Impacts Plant Protein Corona Structure in Food Nanoparticles

Adsorption of amphiphilic proteins onto the surface of titanium dioxide nanoparticles (TiO2 NPs) causes protein coronas that alter their gastrointestinal fate. However, the factors influencing the...

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18:04 FierceBiotech.com CSL Behring gene therapy makes comeback after hold for FDA priority review

CSL Behring gene therapy makes comeback after hold for FDA priority review gmasson Tue, 05/24/2022 - 10:29

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15:13 News-Medical.Net Using AI to Achieve Earlier Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer

In this interview, we talk to Takayuki Baba about ongoing research using artificial intelligence to achieve earlier diagnosis of pancreatic cancer.

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15:04 Technology.org Breakthrough COVID infections more likely in cancer and Alzheimer’s patients, studies find

Breakthrough COVID-19 cases resulting in infections, hospitalizations, and deaths are significantly more likely in cancer and Alzheimer’s patients,

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14:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google Partners With University To Study Phones Effect On Mental Health (Hamid Ganji/AndroidHeadlines.com)

Hamid Ganji / AndroidHeadlines.comGoogle Partners With University To Study Phones Effect On Mental Health - According to The Verge, Google and the University of Oregon have teamed up to study the effects of smartphones on mental health. The researchers will use Googles Health Studies app to focus on the relationship between phones and wellbeing. Dr. Nicholas Allen, a professor at the University of Oregon, says ...

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13:53 Google news Sci/Tech Researchers are using Google's app to study the effect of phones on mental health - The Verge

Researchers are using Google's app to study the effect of phones on mental health  The VergeGoogle needs your help for a study on just how bad smartphones have been messing up our brains  Android PoliceDigital wellbeing study from University of Oregon uses a Google app and Android, Fitbit data  9to5GoogleAre smartphones making us miserable? A Google study aims to find out  STATGoogle wants to know the impact of phones on your mental health  Times of IndiaView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:32 News-Medical.Net Studies find breakthrough SARS-CoV-2 Infections are more likely in cancer and Alzheimer's patients

Breakthrough COVID-19 cases resulting in infections, hospitalizations and deaths are significantly more likely in cancer and Alzheimer's patients, according to two new studies from researchers at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

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03:21 News-Medical.Net Gene-edited tomatoes could be a simple solution to address vitamin D insufficiency

Tomatoes gene-edited to produce vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin, could be a simple and sustainable innovation to address a global health problem.

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00:50 ScienceDaily.com New CRISPR-combo boosts genome editing power in plants

Scientists have developed CRISPR-Combo, a method to edit multiple genes in plants while simultaneously changing the expression of other genes. This new tool will enable genetic engineering combinations that work together to boost functionality and improve breeding of new crops.

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