9 Things We Didn't Know Last Week - 4 August 2017
List Aug 04, 2017
1. CRISPR used to correct pathogenic gene mutation in human embryos.
2. Stretched-out, the DNA in our cells could reach Pluto! Research has solved the mystery of how it is folded up in the nuclei of our cells...
3. Is the solution to the obesity epidemic all in our heads? A new study suggests that it might be...
4. Zuckerberg and Chan donate $10M to Computational Health Sciences.
5. Newly identified! 760 genes are found to be key for cancer growth and survival.
6. WGS used to identify the cause of a zoonotic epidemic for the first time ever.
7. Killing vampire bacteria with light! Photodynamic therapy can kill bacteria in mouse models of skin and soft tissue infections.
8. Crowd-sourcing neuroscience, the computer game that gets you analyzing real data.
9. New study suggests that T cells may play important role in Parkinson's Disease (PD).
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