Worm Study Shows How Genes Drive AgingNews
Ageing in worms mainly results from the direct action of genes and not from random wear and tear or loss of function, and the same is likely to be true in humans, according to research by UCL, Lancaster University and Queen Mary University of London scientists.
eDNA Sequencing Goes Deep in the WeedsNews
As the cost of high-throughput DNA sequencing has plummeted in recent years, DNA from environmental samples has emerged as a cost-effective source of biodiversity data. Nnew research show the feasibility of eDNA sequencing for identifying aquatic plant diversity.Read more
GM Crop Ruling Shows Why the EU’s Laws Are Wholly InadequateArticle
Ottoline Leyser, Director of the Sainsbury Laboratory, University of Cambridge writes for the Conversation on the flaws behind a new ruling by the European Court of Justice that reclassifies genetic modification as any technique that induces genetic changes “in a way that does not occur naturally”.
One-Way vs Two-Way ANOVA: Differences, Assumptions and HypothesesArticle
A key statistical test in research fields including biology, economics and psychology, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) is very useful for analyzing datasets. It allows comparisons to be made between three or more groups of data. Here, we summarize the key differences between these two tests, including the assumptions and hypotheses that must be made about each type of test.Read more
18th International Conference on Pure & Applied ChemistryEvent
Aug 30 - Aug 31, 2018Toronto, Canada
Annual Conference on Antimicrobials and Drug ResistanceEvent
Sep 24 - Sep 25, 2018Montreal, Canada
International Congress & Expo on Genomics and BioinformaticsEvent
Nov 02 - Nov 03, 2018Colombus, OH, USA