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Why we still haven't cloned humans - it's not just ethics

13 hours ago   |   Business Insider

We've technically been able to clone human beings for almost a decade. So, why haven't we? The answer has way more to do with science than morality . Not only is cloning...
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STAT Plus: With a clinical hold, off-the-shelf CAR-T hits a new safety concern

17 hours ago   |   STAT

The Food and Drug Administration has placed a clinical hold on one of Cellectis's off-the-shelf CAR-T trials after one patient died of cardiac arrest, a worrying development...
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Microbiome miscommunication links to IBD

Microbiome miscommunication links to IBD

18 hours ago   |   Quadram

Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron surrounded by OMVs. Image by Martin Warren's group Outer Membrane Vesicles produced by certain gut bacteria have a key role in regulating the...
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Cumulus Cells

1 day ago   |   Harvard


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Scientists Say: Polymer | Science News for Students

3 days ago   |   Science News for Students

Scientists Say: Polymer | Science News for Students : Polymer This word describes large molecules formed from smaller units. Those units are joined by chemical bonds. Polymers...
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Dog days: science finds more accurate way to measure Fido's age

Dog days: science finds more accurate way to measure Fido's age

4 days ago   |   Metro

Who's a good boy? Turns out we've been measuring the age of man's best friend all wrong. Scientists claim to have developed a formula that can compare the ages of dogs and...
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Expert reaction to paper tracking mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 virus with possible implications for infectiousness

5 days ago   |   Science Media Centre

A study, published in Cell, looked at mutations in the SARS-CoV-2 virus with possible implications for infectiousness. Prof Lawrence Young, Professor of Medical Oncology...
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Going bright may help corals recover from bleaching | Science News for Students

5 days ago   |   Science News for Students

Going bright may help corals recover from bleaching | Science News for Students : For some corals, going bright may be part of their fight against bleaching. Beneficial algae...
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Experimental HIV drug seems effective at a twice-a-year dose, study finds

6 days ago   |   STAT

An experimental new HIV treatment could, with just one dose, reduce the amount of virus in an infected person for up to six months. But experts aren't convinced the advance...
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Expert reaction to preprint paper looking at T cell response in people with mild or asymptomatic COVID-19

6 days ago   |   Science Media Centre

A preprint, an unpublished non peer-reviewed study posted on bioRxiv, looked at T cell response in people with mild or asymptomatic COVID-19. Dr Elizabeth Bateman, Chair...
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Space news: Mars to be visible to the naked eye in EXTREMELY rare...

Space news: Mars to be visible to the naked eye in EXTREMELY rare astronomical event

MARS will be visible to the naked eye in Australia as an incredibly rare astronomical event approaches. Read more ...

These Are Some of the Best Citizen Science Projects You Can Join With Just...

These Are Some of the Best Citizen Science Projects You Can Join With Just Your Phone or Laptop

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Space News: How to watch next week's launch of historic Hope Mars Mission

Space News: How to watch next week's launch of historic Hope Mars Mission

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Elon Musk reveals TRUE purpose of Tesla is to enable humans to become...

Elon Musk reveals TRUE purpose of Tesla is to enable humans to become multiplanetary

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Science Council Digital Workshops Return

Science Council Digital Workshops Return

For a limited time only. This is a recurring event, please find the schedule and registration links here. Following the successful free Virtual Professional Registration... Read more ...

SpaceX's next batch of Starlink satellites back on the launch pad

SpaceX's next batch of Starlink satellites back on the launch pad

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket stands vertical Tuesday on pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center. Credit: Spaceflight Now SpaceX raised a Falcon 9 rocket vertical Tuesday on pad 39A at... Read more ...

Three U.S.-built satellites in French Guiana for Ariane 5 launch

Three U.S.-built satellites in French Guiana for Ariane 5 launch

Northrop Grumman's second Mission Extension Vehicle and Intelsat's Galaxy 30 communications satellite were shipped from Dulles, Virginia, to French Guiana, in late June... Read more ...

A naked-eye comet in the pre-dawn sky

A naked-eye comet in the pre-dawn sky

Comet 2020 F3 is looking great in the pre-dawn sky at the moment, shining at around magnitude +1 and sporting nice tail of around a degree in length. Gerald Rhemann shot this... Read more ...

Treaties in Danger? Contemporary Crises of International Order in Historical...

Treaties in Danger? Contemporary Crises of International Order in Historical Perspective

David Armitage. In Press. “ Treaties in Danger? Contemporary Crises of International Order in Historical Perspective .” Ricerche di Storia Politica, 24 (2021). PDF Read more ...

Behnken describes spacewalk views of Crew Dragon as “just awesome”

Behnken describes spacewalk views of Crew Dragon as “just awesome”

In this image taken July 1, a spacewalking astronaut snapped a view of the Crew Dragon spacecraft docked with the International Space Station. Japan's HTV cargo ship, at bottom... Read more ...