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Syrian boy who had epidermolysis bullosa is transplanted transgenic cell

Epidermolysis bullosa is a genetic disease that causes blisters and chronic wounds.  Epidermolysis bullosa occurs when the epidermal layer of the skin cannot attach fitly to the underlying dermis by the mutated connective protein. 336 more words

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Aging? That's inevitable

Myriads of people, who were eager to stop aging, were desperate to find any solutions to stop the process. Aging is a natural phenomenon or a process that is certainly unavoidable. 199 more words

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Science Club Meeting

Do you wonder how many moles it takes to make a Pepsi can or how many
moles are found in other common household items? Plan to attend our Chemistry Mole Meeting on… 22 more words


Screaming Jellybaby!

No Jellybabies were harmed in the making of this video.

Since demonstrating the screaming jellybaby on the first day of term, I get asked on a near daily basis to do it again. 105 more words

S1 Science Club - Halloween Edition!

To celebrate the spookiest time of year, we combined science and Halloween for a freaky, fun-filled science club.

We performed an elephant’s toothpaste reaction using hydrogen peroxide, fairy liquid and yeast inside a carved pumpkin. 9 more words

Have you ever seen a slumberous jellyfish?

Have you ever heard a story that an invertebrate without a brain sleeps? I know it is unbelievable for you. However, it was reported September 21, 2017, in the journal Current Biology that sleeping of invertebrates without a brain might be possible. 187 more words

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Clone Editing by using CRISPR

Fascinating, marvelous, and astonishing would be the appropriate words to describe people’s reactions when they see this provocative topic. Nowadays, scientists can edit the clone by using the method called CRISPR, and Chinese scientists have proved that it is plausible. 329 more words

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