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Merging With Machines: A Look at Emerging Neuroscience Technologies
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In this article, we explore how emerging neurotechnologies are taking us from movement-controlled to mind-controlled machines and from machine extensions of ourselves to machines integrated into ourselves.

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Technology Networks Explores the CRISPR Revolution: An Interview With Professor Jennifer Doudna, Co-developer of CRISPR Genome Editing Technology
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In the second feature of "Technology Networks Explores the CRISPR Revolution", we speak with the world-renowned scientist, Professor Jennifer Doudna, the co-developer of CRISPR genome editing technology.

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Mouse Moms’ Microbiota Lead to Altered Behavior
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Research presented at Neuroscience 2019, the flagship conference of the Society for Neuroscience, has highlighted research at the intersection of three fascinating areas: neurodevelopment, the immune system and the gut microbiota.

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Evaluating Detection Methods for Persistent Infection
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A pair of recent studies looked at the reliability of clinical observations and bacterial culture versus quantitative PCR (qPCR) in detecting clinically healthy carriers of the bacterium that causes strangles, who pose an infection risk to naïve individuals.

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Is DNA the Next Frontier for Data Storage?
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Whether you are an individual consumer, or a large enterprise, data storage is a hassle. However, there may be a new answer; storing our digital data on DNA. To find out more, we spoke to Dr Bill Efcavitch, Co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer of Molecular Assemblies, Inc.

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Helping the Pharmaceutical Industry Tackle the Evolving Challenge of Water Quality
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Water plays a vital role in a broad range of processes within the pharmaceutical industry, from its use as a reagent and solvent in drug synthesis, to its utilization in formulation development and analytical testing, all the way through to product packaging and labeling. As a result, pharmaceutical companies must employ a range of treatment and monitoring processes to ensure the impurities present in water do not interfere with its intended use.

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Automation in 2019: Friend or Foe?
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Automation has changed the face of many industries, the medical field being no exception. Can man and machine collaborate? New software could ensure that they can work together harmoniously.

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Standardization Challenges in Pharmaceutical Product Labeling
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Product labels can be viewed as a “clinical instruction manual”, providing a concise description of the benefits and risks for a consumer and relevant information to dispensers, patients, and their caregivers. Here we take a look at labeling compliance, the importance of keeping information up-to-date, and risks associated with noncompliance.

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How Does Cold Plasma Enhance Seed Germination and Plant Growth?
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To respond to the growing need for food worldwide, farmers will need new technologies to produce more food from less land. One method recently tested by researchers for its potential to improve germination is cold plasma technology.

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Promises and Obstacles in Lipidomics Research
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A biomarker that represents the physiological environment of a cell at any given moment holds strong promise for quick and non-invasive diagnostics. The lipidome is gaining more traction among scientists in this field of research, and in this article, we explore why.

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