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November 2012
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Tick Genome Reveals Secrets of a Successful Bloodsucker
NIH has announced that decipher the genome of the blacklegged tick which could lead to new tick control methods.
Custom Tuning Knobs to Turn Off Any Gene
Factory managers can improve productivity by telling workers to speed up, slow down or stop doing tangential tasks while assembling widgets. Unfortunately for synthetic biologists attempting to produce pharmaceuticals, microbes don’t respond to direction like human personnel.
Tick Genome Reveals Secrets of a Successful Bloodsucker
NIH-funded study could lead to new tick control methods.
New Method Promises to Speed Development of Food Crops
A new study addresses a central challenge of transgenic plant development: how to reliably evaluate whether genetic material has been successfully introduced.
Where Cancer Cells May Begin
Scientists use fruit fly genetics to understand how things could go wrong in cancer.
Key Enzyme in Pierce’s Disease Grapevine Damage Uncovered
UC Davis plant scientists have identified an enzyme that appears to play a key role in the insect-transmitted bacterial infection of grapevines with Pierce’s disease, which annually costs California’s grape and wine industries more than $100 million.
Bacteria Attack Lignin with Enzymatic Tag Team
Team from Rice, University of Wisconsin-Madison shows how nature handles lignin.
Milestone Resource in Wheat Research Now Available for Download
Leading on from The Genome Analysis Centre’s (TGAC) previous announcement of their new bread wheat genome assembly, the landmark resource is now publically available to download at the European Bioinformatics Institute’s (EMBL-EBI) Ensembl database for full analysis.
Nano-Reactor for the Production of Hydrogen Biofuel
Combining bacterial genes and virus shell creates a highly efficient, renewable material used in generating power from water.
Cleaning Wastewater with Pond Scum
A blob of algae scooped from a fountain on South Street almost two years ago, has seeded a crop of the green stuff that Drexel University researchers claim is more effective at treating wastewater than many of the processes employed in municipal facilities today.
SPEC 2012 - Shedding New Light on Disease
12 Nov 2012 - 16 Nov 2012
Chiang Mai, Thailand
SPEC 2012 - Shedding New Light on Disease
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Plants 2012
14 Nov 2012 - 18 Nov 2012
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Plants 2012
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 Realizing the value of plant natural products: from metabolic engineering to biorefining
16 Nov 2012 - 16 Nov 2012
Stevenage, Herts, UK
Realizing the value of plant natural products: from metabolic engineering to biorefining
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19 Nov 2012 - 20 Nov 2012
The Mövenpick Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic
New Horizons in Catalysis
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2012 3rd International Conference on Agriculture and Animal Science-CAAS 2012
24 Nov 2012 - 25 Nov 2012
Bangkok, Thailand
2012 3rd International Conference on Agriculture and Animal Science-CAAS 2012
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International Conference on Agricultural and Food Engineering
26 Nov 2012 - 28 Nov 2012
Palm Garden, Putrajaya, Malaysia
International Conference on Agricultural and Food Engineering
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26 Nov 2012 - 30 Nov 2012
Oxford, UK
Human and Veterinary Vaccinology
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