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'The Inventory - Gravity,' by Andy Briggs.

Get ready for the second thrilling instalment of the gadget-packed series – ‘The Inventory’ as it’s my stop on the blog tour.

In this sequel to ‘The Iron Fist,’ Dev and his friends (Lot and Mason) are having their skills tested as they’re sent to chase down one of the Double Helix’s henchmen with a superdestructive weapon stolen from The Inventory (a secret underground warehouse for highly-classified inventions): Newton’s Arrow – a powerful cannon which can manipulate gravity waves and collapse cities to the size of a ball. 165 more words

Pandora Report 10.21.2016

TGIF! It looks like biodefense and genetic engineering are the new hot topics in Hollywood. Inferno will be opening in theaters next week, but it was also reported that… 2,385 more words

Pandora Report

Enlightened #Agriculture for a better future - an interview with Colin Tudge

For over 40 years, biologist and writer Colin Tudge has worked on agriculture and biodiversity. In this interview, he discussed what this has taught him about the kind of farming systems we need for a fair and sustainable future. 69 more words


Shield by Rachael Craw

The final thrilling conclusion to the Spark series.

Evie is out of options. She must comply with the Affinity Project – obey their rules, play their deadly games, give up Jamie. 63 more words

New To The Library

For the first time ever researchers have grown viable eggs in the lab

One of the key goals in developmental and reproductive biology has been achieved this week which could have incredible implications on both this planet and others. 553 more words


Protocol C

We’re going to make space our own and live out there, perhaps sooner than we think. Most of our problems will move with us and acquire new wrinkles.   47 more words

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Genetic Engineering

Genetic engineering is “the deliberate modification of the characteristics of an organism by manipulating its genetic material.” In other words, it is now possible to alter the phenotype of an organism by changing its genetic code. 298 more words

Gene Expression