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  1. Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School students receive medals at Central Jersey Science FairRead the original story w/Photo

    20 min ago | The Jersey Journal

    ... Students from all over Somerset County submitted projects covering science topics ranging from Energy to Genetics. Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School eighth grader Nikhil Mhatre received the Creativity medal in the seventh and eight grade age group ...

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  2. Professor to Discuss Whooping Cough Research, Vaccine in Talk at WestmontRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Noozhawk

    ... ing of the National Academy of Sciences, Infection and Immunity, Journal of Bacteriology, and Molecular and General Genetics.

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  3. NASA astronaut Scott Kelly takes off on mission to break space recordRead the original story w/Photo

    27 min ago | Chron

    ... on the body - and hope the information will better prepare NASA for a future mission to Mars. The astronaut's genetics also will be compared with those of his twin brother, former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly, as a HoustonChronicle.com story explains . ...

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  4. 'Heat beater' beans could feed millions in warmer worldRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago | The Ecologist

    Thirty new heat tolerant varieties of bean - a staple food crop around the world's tropical regions - will help people survive in a world as much as 4C warmer that it is now, writes Alex Kirby - and look: no genetic modification! Incredibly, the heat-tolerant beans we tested may be able to handle a worst-case scenario where the build-up of greenhouse gases causes the world to heat up by an average of 4A C. Scientists believe they may have found how to safeguard a staple tropical crop, on which hundreds of millions of people depend, from the depredations of climate change.

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  5. Scientists Find 'Off Switch' for Aggressive Breast CancersRead the original story w/Photo

    41 min ago | News Max

    Australian researchers have discovered a genetic "on-off switch" for a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer - a finding that could lead to new and better life-saving treatments. The switch is linked to so-called "triple-negative breast cancers" - two distinct diseases that likely originate from different cell types.

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  6. Harvard news reviewRead the original story

    1 hr ago | InteliHealth

    ... years or more. Until recently, scientists attributed very long life primarily to healthy behaviors. They thought genetics played a smaller role. But newer research suggests otherwise. Thomas Perls, M.D., of Boston University, has been a pioneer ...

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  7. High levels of fitness may lower cancer risk in middle-aged menRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | UPI

    ... develop cancer," Lakoski told TIME . "We talk about personalized medicine a lot now in medicine when we think about genetics, but we don't think about it in terms of healthy behaviors," she said. "[Objective fitness measures are] a very robust ...

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  8. Forsyth Institute discovers why antacid use can lead to bone fracturesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Business Journal

    ... finally know why. The research, conducted in mice and published in a March issue of medical research journal PLOS Genetics, found that stomach acid in the gastrointestinal tract plays an important role in helping the intestines absorb and transfer ...

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  9. Sense and sensitivity: Shrinks concerned by the rise of...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Copenhagen Post

    The psychologists can't make up their minds about ADHD. Not enough girls are being diagnosed, they warned last week, but they are also wary about Denmark matching the 11 percent of youngsters treated for the condition in the US.

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  10. Creatures found in Antarctic ice show how tenacious life isRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KEPR CBS 19

    Deep below the ice, far from the playful penguins and other animals that bring tourists to Antarctica, is a cold and barren world that by all indications should be completely void of life. But recently, scientists researching melting ice watched a half-foot-long fish swim by.

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  11. Lauren Michelle KellyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | RiverBender.com Obits

    Just after midnight on Thursday, March 26, 2015, heaven's gates opened for a very special angel, Lauren Michelle Kelly. At her bedside to say good-bye were her parents, Loren David Kelly and Debbie Lynn Kelly, her brothers Steven , Jared Brooks, and her sisters, Tracie Eilerman , and Mary Beth Pagano .

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  12. Teens test their smarts in the Brain BeeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | McGill University

    ... including such diverse topics as memory, sleep, emotion, perception, stress, aging, brain-imaging, neurology, genetics, and brain disease. The competition begins with a written neuroanatomy quiz followed by a round of questions. The top six ...

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  13. Ken Burns unravels the mysteries of cancer in PBS filmRead the original story

    1 hr ago | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    ... been done since the 1970s, establishing that the cell mutations that characterize the disease can be triggered by genetics, the environment or a virus. Treatments that once seemed promising proved disappointing. Some had limited success. ...

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  14. Researchers Master Gene Editing Technique in MosquitoRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Bioscience Technology

    ... Institute investigator. "There are lots of interesting animal species out there that could not be studied using genetics prior to CRISPR-Cas9, and as a result this technique is already revolutionizing biology." This work opens the door to learning ...

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  15. Building A Better Weapon Against BacteriaRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Live Science

    This article was originally published on The Conversation . The publication contributed this article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights .

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  16. Romance and horror entwine in "Spring"Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Denver Post

    ... his full attention to Louise (Nadia Hilker), the alluring beauty he meets in a picturesque Mediterranean town. A genetics student who's conveniently conducting research at a local institution, Louise proves to be more than Evan's equal when it comes ...

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  17. New Data at ACMG Shows Cypher's Software Can Automate Interpretation...Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Cypher's Mantis software technology could pave the way for more comprehensive genetic analysis in non-invasive prenatal testing by enabling automated interpretation. The data were presented at the 2015 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, which is being held "For many reasons, including the clear clinical interpretation they afford, non-invasive prenatal testing has focused primarily on whole chromosome events like trisomy 21, which causes Down's syndrome," said , president and COO of Cypher Genomics.

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  18. Integrative Approaches Key to Understanding Cancer and Developing...Read the original story

    2 hrs ago | Newswise

    TAMPA, Fla. - Moffitt Cancer Center researchers are using integrative approaches to study cancer by combining mathematical and computational modeling with experimental and clinical data.

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  19. Researchers Want To Rename Schizophrenia, Help Lessen Mental Health StigmaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Medical Daily

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness defines schizophrenia as "a serious mental illness that interferes with a person's ability to think clearly, manage emotions, make decisions and relate to others." But lately, more people are speaking out against the term schizophrenia - translated from the Greek phrase skhizein phren , or "to split mind" - which saying the word itself is stigmatized and harmful to use.

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  20. Stanford biologists show how the evolution of physical traits can influence behaviorRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Media Newswire

    For many male African cichlid fish, the best way to attract a mate is to build a really nice pit or sand castle on a lake bottom. And thus the best way to study evolution's effect on behavior might be to study why the fish build these structures, known collectively as bowers.

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