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People with rare cancers can benefit from genomic profiling

New research has shown that many Australians with rare cancers can benefit from genomic profiling. The findings of the patient-driven trial are being presented today at the… 571 more words

Epigenetic Marks on a Stress-Related Gene Linked to Suicide Risk

Many people consider suicide to be taboo, and it’s a subject that is often avoided. However, the more we understand the reasoning behind why some people are pressed to commit suicide, the better equipped we may be to offer support and guidance for treatment. 641 more words

Biological Medicine

Veterinarians: Pets suffer from allergies, too

Pet Allergies from Miranda Reynolds on Vimeo.


by Miranda Reynolds
Delta Digital News Service

JONESBORO – The changing of the seasons mess with everyone’s allergies; for furry friends, this is no exception. 424 more words




so you showed me DNA
and it looked like Lego

bent and contorted like
some kind of snake
gyrating around its axis

but I neither see…

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Talking about GMO's

Just been looking at some other blog posts talking about Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s). My wife had tried to tell me about this whole thing for a while now however, you never take it on board until you research yourself and see for yourself how destructive this could be. 173 more words

Organic Food

Arachnid Ale Uses Yeast to Make Spider Silk

Many people who read Hackaday hold the title of “Webmaster” but is after slightly different credentials with the same title. He aims to modify a strain of yeast to produce spider silk… 208 more words

Chemistry Hacks

Nipped in the bud. But I'm still mad.

This was the second ‘official’ relapse. Official because it was an episode that I was aware was really that thing called Multiple Sclerosis. Something we knew about and were watching over. 357 more words