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Some Creatures Have DNA That Makes Them Virtually Immortal   In the aging process DNA is usually subject to entropy. Meaning over time the cells become a little weaker and deteriorate. It was discovered that in some animals their DNA actually appears not to break down over time. Many Tortoises, Lobster and some Fish appear… Tags: , , , ,

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Did You Know?

Some Creatures Have DNA That Makes Them Virtually Immortal In the aging process DNA is usually subject to entropy. Meaning over time the cells become a little weaker and deteriorate. It was discovered that in some animals their DNA actually appears not to break down over time. Many Tortoises, Lobster and some Fish appear to… Tags: , , ,

Categories: Science Fun Facts

BioScience Forum- Murali Krishna Prahalad, President & CEO Epic Sciences, Inc.

Murali Krishna Prahalad

R&D Partners is excited to attend the BioScience Forum, volunteering monthly at the networking and presentation event. This month Murali Krishna Prahalad, President & CEO Epic Sciences, Inc. Presents on topic “Next Generation Circulating Tumor Cell (CTC) Technology and Oncology Drug Development: New Insights into Clonal Heterogeneity, Genomic Instability and Drug Responsiveness” Join R&D Partners… Tags: , , , , , ,

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Genetic Engineering: What Makes a Superpower?

What makes a superpower? Simply defined as something that is greater than the norm, be it strength or speed, shooting lasers from the eyes or flying, or invulnerability.  Harvard geneticist, George Church, relates vaccines to superpowers, “Vaccines are advancements over our ancestors. If you could tell our ancestors they could walk into a smallpox ward… Read more »

Can you match these 6 famous African American Scientists to their accomplishments?

Can you match these 6 famous African American Scientists to their accomplishments? Samuel Massie Jr. Marie Maynard Daly Patricia Bath Mae Jemison Norbert Rillieux Percy Lavon Julian   1) He is an inventor and engineer, best remembered for his invention of the multiple-effect evaporator. Who was he? 2) The first African American woman to earn… Read more »

OBJECTIVE vs. SUMMARY

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? Career Objective: A career objective can be used when you are applying to multiple positions and not just one specific job posting.  An objective tells the hiring manager what type of position they can consider you for. After reading your Objective the hiring manager should be able to identify your career… Tags: , , , ,

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COULD MAMMOGRAMS BE REPLACED BY A BLOOD TEST?

Today women use mammograms to test for lumps in their breasts but a new study shows that a blood test could one day be a more accurate way to test for breast cancer. The new clinical study was funded by Cancer Research UK in collaboration with the university of Leicester and Imperial College London. How… Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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