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Common water treatments could damage DNA
-Science Daily - Wed Jun 21 08:48:39 EDT 2017
Cite This Page: University of East Anglia. "Common water treatments could damage DNA." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 21 June 2017. . University of East Anglia. (2017, June 21). Commo...
Big Bang Theory actress and scientist Mayim Bialik fondly explained the concept of DNA, how DNA works and what DNA does. In doing so, Bialik employed her unique perspective as a se...
Switchable DNA mini-machines store information
-Science Daily - Thu Jun 22 11:22:36 EDT 2017
Cite This Page: Emory Health Sciences. "Switchable DNA mini-machines store information: They look like security gates, but change shape in a cascade." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 2...
June 21 (UPI) -- A water disinfectant commonly deployed in developing countries and low-income communities could be damaging drinkers' DNA. Colloidal silver and silver nanoparticle...
Scientists Have Filmed DNA Replication for the First Time Ever
-Wall Street Pit - Wed Jun 21 05:03:55 EDT 2017
For the longest time, scientists believed that DNA replication — the process by which all living organisms are created — took place at a pre-determined speed and in a coordinated m...
Police Use DNA to Build Image of Suspect
-WUSA9 - Thu Jun 22 14:04:01 EDT 2017
GAITHERSBURG, MD (WUSA9) - For the first time on Thursday, the public and even his victims, could see the face of a man who terrorized at least five women. It’s all thanks to new t...
DNA Points to Multiple Migrations into the Americas
-Scientific American - Thu Jun 22 17:51:11 EDT 2017
“There’s largely the same gene pool in northern Northwest North America today that there was ten thousand years ago.” Ripan Malhi at the University of Illinois-Champagne. He and co...
Man receives 100-year sentence for rape
-WCNC.com - Fri Jun 23 08:04:01 EDT 2017
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – A convicted rapist was sentenced to 100 years in prison in connection with a nearly 32-year-old --- assault at a Charlotte hotel. According to the Mecklenburg ...
Holly Bobo Murder Trial: New Gun Found In Sickening Case
-Radar Online - Fri Jun 23 08:17:02 EDT 2017
Holly Bobo’s accused killer Zachary Adams will be in court Friday for a pre-trial hearing and RadarOnline.com has a livestream of the proceedings. The defense made the shocking rev...
Man named as potential new suspect in JonBenét murder investigation
-Metro.co.uk - Fri Jun 23 11:12:12 EDT 2017
A new suspect has been named in a twenty-year-old investigation into the murder of a child beauty pageant. Six-year-old JonBenét Ramsey was found murdered on the morning of Decembe...
Ancient tomb of gold worker found along Nile river
-Fox News - Thu Jun 22 02:09:05 EDT 2017
A 3,400-year-old tomb holding the remains of more than a dozen possibly mummified people has been discovered on Sai Island, along the Nile River in northern Sudan. Archaeologists d...
A baby’s DNA may kick off mom’s preeclampsia
-Science News - Wed Jun 21 03:07:22 EDT 2017
A protein made by the fetus may lead to preeclampsia in moms. People born to mothers who had the prenatal disorder were more likely to have certain DNA variations near a gene ...
Mother of slain toddler denies romantic ties to Derek Saretzky
-Calgary Herald - Wed Jun 21 11:35:20 EDT 2017
WARNING: THIS STORY CONTAINS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC CONTENT The mother of a kidnapped and murdered Crowsnest Pass toddler testified Wednesday she never had a romantic relationship with ...
This glass frog wears its heart for all to see
-Science News - Fri Jun 23 03:07:01 EDT 2017
A newly discovered glass frog from Ecuador’s Amazon lowlands is giving researchers a window into its heart. Hyalinobatrachium yaku has a belly so transparent that the heart, kidney...
Researchers Are Using Viruses to Make Superbugs Commit Suicide
-Science Alert - Wed Jun 21 18:00:56 EDT 2017
The gene-editing technology called CRISPR has its origins as a bacterial immune system against viruses, a feature which could be turned against them in the future. By arming bacter...
Why Researchers Collected DNA from the Subway Today
-NY1 - Wed Jun 21 20:01:50 EDT 2017
The key ingredient to the next life-saving drug could come from the subway. Researchers from Weill Cornell collected swabs of germs, cells, and DNA off surfaces at the 2nd Avenue-7...
Grand jury indicts man in killing of runner in Massachusetts
-The Seattle Times - Fri Jun 23 14:06:59 EDT 2017
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A man accused of killing a Google employee who went out for a run near her mother’s Massachusetts home last summer has been indicted. Worcester (WUS’-tur) C...
"If our research can help to save a species that gives me a very strong sense of purpose to my job as a university professor," said researcher Heiko Balzter. June 22 (UPI) -- With ...
Woman finds mom after watching 'Fox & Friends'
-Fox News - Thu Jun 22 11:09:24 EDT 2017
Prof Blasts 'Inhuman' White People, Endorses Idea EMT's Should've Let Scalise Die A woman found her long-lost mother on Mother's Day after watching a "Fox & Friends" segment sh...
Home and Away spoilers: Is Zac really Hunter’s father?
-Metro.co.uk - Wed Jun 21 08:11:09 EDT 2017
Fans will know that Hunter has recently been having doubts about whether Zac is really his father, and ordered a DNA test to find out once and for all. However, when he discovers t...
How Cats Took Over the Ancient World
-Nature World News - Fri Jun 23 08:32:02 EDT 2017
Cats have lived side by side along humans for thousands of years. A new study revealed the most feline thing of all time: it was actually their "decision" to get domesticated , not...
Scientists work to develop heat-resistant 'cow of the future'
-Science Daily - Fri Jun 23 08:13:06 EDT 2017
University of Florida scientists are working to breed the "cow of the future" by studying the more heat-tolerant Brangus cow -- a cross between an Angus and a Brahman. Raluca Matee...
Oh, baby! Teen Mom 2’s Kailyn Lowry showed off her growing baby bump while on vacation in St. Thomas with her two sons. The reality star posted a photo on Instagram with Isaac, 7, ...
A stunning array of new evidence has led investigators to a fresh suspect in the killing of JonBenét Ramsey — and in a bombshell world exclusive interview the man’s ex-wife told Ra...
Researchers develop new method to monitor grizzly bear populations
-Calgary Herald - Wed Jun 21 14:11:18 EDT 2017
Wildlife experts have developed a new method to track the number of grizzly bears in Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks. Using remote cameras in expanded locations along with ...
New details emerge surrounding arrest of elderly rape suspect
-ABC-13 - Fri Jun 23 14:03:55 EDT 2017
Rape suspect Justin Ellis was arrested at the Villas at Winkler, another senior apartment complex, on Wednesday night, Eyewitness News has learned. In all, the rape suspect came in...
Study: Humans With Higher Heart Disease Risk Are Also More Fertile
-International Business Times - Fri Jun 23 14:09:41 EDT 2017
Are the same genes that make you great at making babies also giving you heart disease? A team of geneticists think so, based on an analysis that suggests evolution has not rid huma...
Woman charged with bank robbery — again
-News-Sentinel.com - Fri Jun 23 14:01:24 EDT 2017
A woman awaiting trial for a February bank robbery has been charged with another bank robbery that occurred last October after police say they have linked a bla...
I t was exactly the kind of medical mystery that has yielded to genome sequencing. From age 7, Ricky Ramon’s body had sprouted tumor after (non-cancerous) tumor: in his heart and h...
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