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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

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Oncolytic Viruses – Going to New Lengths

Virus are a staple in science for recombining DNA and can be used to develop viral vaccines or as vectors in gene therapy.  With the progress made in next generation sequencing, designing nucleic acid constructs

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FRIDAY SCIENCE FUN FACTS HALLOWEEN EDITION

In the spirit of the Halloween Weekend, Quiz yourself on Halloween related fun!   1.) A spider’s web is made of what chemical substance?              A. protein  B. starch  C. sugar  D. lipid or fat 2.)

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Zika Shot Ready To Be Tested In Humans

Earlier this year, as the Zika outbreak exploded around the globe sending companies into the R&D fray to develop a vaccination. Zika is spread mostly by the bite of an infected mosquito and can be passed

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