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CRISPR Might Be Able to Cure Disease, Without Changing Genes –...

CRISPR is our genetic superweapon. Derived from the cellular machinery of bacteria, Scientists have already started using it to fight everything from cancer to...

Hacking The Rhythm of DNA Replication Could Kill Off Cancer Cells

Throughout our lifetimes, our cells divide to create new cells to keep the body running, ensuring a steady supply of biological building blocks. This...

Scientists Have Found an Entirely New Type of Eye Cell in...

Unlike other fish that share its habitat, the deep-sea pearlside is active at dusk and dawn - a behaviour referred to as crepuscular, meaning...

An alternative approach to augmenting the effect of antibiotics in chronic...

Dr Michael Graz & ​Dr Graham Dixon Managing Director & COO Neem BiotechAn interview with Dr Michael Graz and Dr Graham Dixon, conducted...

FDA warning on miracle marijuana cures for cancer

There are two problems that pathologists face today. The first is, that a pathologist's diagnosis using tissue sections is becoming more complex. There are...

Studying the nanomechanical properties of aging and cancerous cells using AFM

An interview with Prof. Igor Sokolov, Tufts University conducted by April Cashin-Garbutt, MA (Cantab)Can you please explain how you use AFM to study...

New Algorithm Could Let Us Reprogram Any Cell Into Any Other...

One of the most defining scientific discoveries in recent decades is the development of induced pluripotent stem cells, which lets scientists revert adult cells...

It Can Take Just One Mutation For Some Cells to Turn...

Cancer is the ugly side of natural selection. While mutations are rarely good for individual organisms, the same can't be said for cells evolving...

Gene circuit can be used to switch on inside cancer cells...

A new study, conducted by researchers at MIT, suggests that a recently developed synthetic gene circuit can stimulate the immune system to kill cancer...

Investigating new cancer therapy candidates with live-cell imaging

Professor Lawrence Kwong Assistant Professor, Department of Translational Molecular Pathology, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterAn interview with Prof Lawrence Kwong, conducted...