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Why We Have a Right to Consumer Genetics - MIT Technology Review

Why We Have a Right to Consumer Genetics - MIT Technology Review | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
MIT Technology Review Why We Have a Right to Consumer Genetics MIT Technology Review As in most of human genetics, what's tricky about consumer-friendly tests is interpreting the significance of DNA variation.
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Rage—Coming Soon From a Narcissist Near You

Hell hath no fury and contempt as a narcissist you dare to disagree with, tell they’re wrong or embarrass.
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Crops–Genetic Engineering

Crops–Genetic Engineering | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
C O N T E N T S: KEY TOPICS In looking at the pros and cons of genetic engineering, we’ll consider the technology in the fields of agriculture, food production, and medicine.(More…) In …
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Scientists apply for GM wheat trial in UK - BBC News

Scientists apply for GM wheat trial in UK - BBC News | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Researchers apply for a licence to carry out a trial of a genetically modified wheat crop in a small field in Hertfordshire.
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Genetic engineering in Africa 2: Continent cautiously embraces biotechnology | Genetic Literacy Project

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Genetic engineering - Agriculture

Agriculture - Crop alteration and biotechnology - Genetic engineering Our mission is to help people learn according to their learning styles. Some people are...
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Can genetic engineering help quench crops’ thirst?

Can genetic engineering help quench crops’ thirst? | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Researchers around the world are exploring how GMO technology might boost food production under hot, dry conditions.
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Zika Virus Versus Genetic Engineering

Zika Virus Versus Genetic Engineering | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
New technology could stop deadly diseases. But is the public ready?
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Scientists breeding monkeys autistic world's first series

The latest research, published in the journal Nature said. One group of Chinese scientists Succeeded in breeding monkeys with symptoms of autism. Using genet...
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Poverty Weakens Brain Connections, Raises Risk of Depression in Children | GEN News Highlights | GEN

Poverty Weakens Brain Connections, Raises Risk of Depression in Children | GEN News Highlights | GEN | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Researchers report that key structures in the brain are connected differently in poor children than in kids raised in more affluent settings.
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Cancer treatment for MS patients gives 'remarkable' results - BBC News

Cancer treatment for MS patients gives 'remarkable' results - BBC News | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Doctors in Sheffield say patients with multiple sclerosis are showing "remarkable" improvements after receiving a treatment usually used for cancer.
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The 10 edgiest innovation ideas of 2016

The 10 edgiest innovation ideas of 2016 | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
The list includes cloning a wooly mammoth and making designer humans.
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CRISPR – Genetic Engineering 2.0

CRISPR, the next stage of genetic engineering? In 2013, researchers announced a fast and precise new method for editing the genetic code – much more powerful...
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An Arcane Patent Law May Decide Crispr’s Big Le...

An Arcane Patent Law May Decide Crispr’s Big Le... | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
| Genetic Engineering in the Press by GEG
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Genetic engineering prevents retinal cell loss in mice

Genetic engineering prevents retinal cell loss in mice | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Silencing a gene called Nrl in mice slowed degenerative diseases of the retina. The findings could lead to ways to prevent vision loss from diseases such as retinitis pigmentosa.
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Southampton DNA research explains Bridport boy's infections - BBC News

Southampton DNA research explains Bridport boy's infections - BBC News | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Doctors use a pioneering test to pinpoint the genetic cause of a 10-year-old boy's mystery illnesses
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Gene in high-altitude cattle disease sheds light on human lung disease

Gene in high-altitude cattle disease sheds light on human lung disease | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Vanderbilt University researchers have found a genetic mutation that causes pulmonary hypertension in cattle grazed at high altitude, and which leads to a life-threatening condition called brisket disease.
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Two genes linked with violent crime - BBC News

Two genes linked with violent crime - BBC News | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Two genes are associated with repeat violent offenders, according to a genetic analysis of almost 900 criminals in Finland.
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Evidence mounts for interbreeding bonanza in ancient human species

Evidence mounts for interbreeding bonanza in ancient human species | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Nature tallies the trysts among Neanderthals, humans and other relatives.
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Genetics reveal 50,000 years of independent history of aboriginal Australian people

Genetics reveal 50,000 years of independent history of aboriginal Australian people | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
The first complete sequences of the Y chromosomes of Aboriginal Australian men have revealed a deep indigenous genetic history tracing all the way back to the initial settlement of the continent 50 thousand years ago, according ...
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Stem Cell Dreams Verge on Reality | GEN Magazine Articles | GEN

Stem Cell Dreams Verge on Reality | GEN Magazine Articles | GEN | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Tissue regeneration, once the stuff of myth and legend, is moving closer to clinical realization, thanks to the incorporation of genomically corrected cells, mixed cell types, and more reliable manufacturing techniques.
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'Sound wave tweezers' can move cells around for 3D bioprinting

'Sound wave tweezers' can move cells around for 3D bioprinting | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
A team of researchers from Carnegie Mellon, MIT and Penn State University have developed a different kind of tweezers, one that can move single cells around wit...
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Adult Stem Cell Potential Varies Person to Person, Not Organ to Organ | GEN News Highlights | GEN

Adult Stem Cell Potential Varies Person to Person, Not Organ to Organ | GEN News Highlights | GEN | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Differentiation potential of induced pluripotent stem cells is affected by donor variability more than tissue type, casting doubt on the idea of epigenetic memory.
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Could genetic engineering be a valued tool against climate change? | Genetic Literacy Project

How can genetic engineering help against climate change? By many, many ways, but only if we let it.
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Brewing Better Beer, With Genetics | DiscoverMagazine.com

Brewing Better Beer, With Genetics | DiscoverMagazine.com | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
What happens when genome mapping meets the ancient craft of brewing?
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The Iceman's gut bacteria reveals human migration patterns

The Iceman's gut bacteria reveals human migration patterns | Genetic engineering and Human genetics, background reading and resources for IB | Scoop.it
Scientists used 5,300-year-old DNA of bacteria found in famously mummified man to learn about human migration patterns.
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