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Thirty Days in Life

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05 August – 05 September 2019   Vegans and vegetarians may have higher stroke risk People who eat vegan and vegetarian diets have a lower risk of heart disease and a higher risk of stroke, a major study suggests. Find source Babies develop 'werewolf syndrome’ after medicine mix-up in Spain At least 17 children developed so-called …

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New Issue Published: 6(4)

Our August issue is just published. This time we have featured multidisciplinary 8 articles of authors from 4 different countries covering; Therapeutic potential of stem cells; Evaluation of Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxylase encoding transcripts in Chickpea; Antibacterial activity of leaf extract of grapes; First step with R for life sciences; Effect of camel milk lactoferrin on hepatic …

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Seven Days in Life

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29 July – 04 August 2019   Scientists ‘create world’s first human-monkey hybrid in China Scientists claim to have created the world's first human-monkey hybrid in China in an incredible embryo-splicing trial. Find source     3D printing the human heart Researchers have published a new 3D bioprinting method that brings the field of tissue engineering …

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Seven Days in Life

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22 – 28 July 2019   Japan approves first human-animal embryo experiments A Japanese scientist is to receive government support to create animal embryos that contain human cells and transplant them into surrogate animals. Find source     Solar energy becomes biofuel without solar cells Researchers have produced microorganisms that can efficiently produce the biofuel using …

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Seven Days in Life

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15 – 21 July 2019   Web of Science to work for strategic partnership with Pakistani Universities  Web of Science have showed will to provide Pakistani private sector universities strategic support for sustainable development in higher education. Find source   Elon Musk hopes to put a computer chip in your brain Elon Musk unveiled his most …

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Seven Days in Life

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08 – 14 July 2019   Researchers grow active mini-brain-networks Cerebral organoids are artificially grown, 3D tissue cultures that resemble the human brain.  Find source     Genetic breakthrough in cereal crops could help improve yields worldwide Scientists has achieved a breakthrough in the genetics of senescence in cereal crops with the potential to dramatically impact …

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Seven Days in Life

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01 – 07 July 2019   'Rewiring nerves' reverses hand and arm paralysis Nerves inside paralysed people's bodies have been "rewired" to give movement to their arms and hands, say Australian surgeons. Find source     Super-resolution microscopy illuminates associations between chromosomes Thanks to super-resolution microscopy, scientists have now been able to unambiguously identify physical associations …

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Seven Days in Life

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24 – 30 June 2019   Hopes raised of cervical cancer eradication The success of the HPV vaccination offers hope of one day eradicating cervical cancer, say scientists who carried out a major review of evidence. Find source     Sleep duration, variation impact weight loss According to a study, a high sleep variability and sleeping little, …

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Seven Days in Life

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17 - 23 June 2019   'Living drug' offers hope to terminal blood cancer patients NHS patients have for the first time been given a pioneering treatment that genetically reprogrammes their immune system to fight cancer. Find source     Long working hours 'linked to stroke risk' Working long hours is linked to an increased risk of …

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Seven Days in Life

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10 – 16 June 2019   China announces hefty fines for unauthorized collection of DNA China this week announced a new law restricting the collection and use of genetic resources from people in the country. Find source     Gut microbes eat our medication Researchers have discovered one of the first concrete examples of how the …

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