A Genetic Scalpel for Modifying the Bacteria in Your Gut

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Yale University researchers have developed new methods for regulating gene activity in a widespread group of microbiome bacteria in the gut of living mice.

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Marching for Science in London

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Hear from the organisers, speakers, and protesters at London's March for Science.

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Seven days in science - 21 April 2017

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Test your knowledge of what's been happening in the scientific world over the past seven days.

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A Breath Test for Lung Cancer
A Breath Test for Lung Cancer
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A new test for the early detection of lung cancer measures tiny changes in the composition of the breath.

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How Cancer Evades the Immune System
How Cancer Evades the Immune System
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A team of scientists from Singapore has discovered new ways in which cancers can escape the body’s immune system.

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Paperless Lab Academy 2017: Transforming Scientific Information Into Actionable Insight
Paperless Lab Academy 2017: Transforming Scientific Information Into Actionable Insight
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The Paperless Lab Academy consolidates its reputation has one of the best lab automation European congresses.

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Microbial Markers Could Help Diagnose Colorectal Cancer
Microbial Markers Could Help Diagnose Colorectal Cancer
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Researchers have identified specific microbial markers associated with colorectal cancer, which could be used to develop a non-invasive diagnostic test.

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The World’s Most Complete Picture of the Wheat Genome
The World’s Most Complete Picture of the Wheat Genome
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Scientists have created the most accurate navigation system for the bread wheat genome to date – allowing academics and breeders to analyse its genes more easily than ever before.

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Individualizing Health Care One Byte at a Time
Individualizing Health Care One Byte at a Time
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A framework called PhenomeNET finds disease genes in a patient-specific manner by matching a patient's phenotype (symptoms) to a large database of gene-to-phenotype associations, including those from non-human model organisms.

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