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The staff at a Japanese hotel manned entirely by robots includes a realistic-looking woman and a bow tie-clad velociraptor.
The staff at a Japanese hotel manned entirely by robots includes a realistic-looking woman and a bow tie-clad velociraptor.
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Postdoc for Heterochronic Stem Cell Transplantation & Rejuvenation Experiments

Small non-profit organization in the Greater Los Angeles area seeks Postdoc for immediate position. Initial study will involve isolating and expanding HSC and MSC stem cells from young mice, and transplanting into 30-month old mice. Lifespan and various biomarkers will be tracked.

Stem cell culturing experience, especially HSC or ESC experience is mandatory. Experience using FACS and Real Time PCR, and in histology are desirable. Experience in animal handling and animal experimentation are of added advantage, especially knowledge of intracranial injections and perfusion.

The applicant should be able to solve problems independently - (thinking outside the box would be of advantage). Competitive salary. Candidates from US, UK & EU considered.
Please contact me for further details.

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Stem-cell dental implants can grow new teeth right in your mouth!

Dr. Jeremy Mao, the Edward V. Zegarelli Professor of Dental Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, has unveiled a growth factor-infused, three-dimensional scaffold with the potential to regenerate an anatomically correct tooth in just nine weeks from implantation. By using a procedure developed in the university's Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Laboratory, Dr. Mao can direct the body's own stem cells toward the scaffold, which is made of natural materials. Once the stem cells have colonized the scaffold, a tooth can grow in the socket and then merge with the surrounding tissue.
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What you can do when you're a billionaire who owns 500 sq miles in Wyoming: build the world's biggest wind farm. It'll have 1,000 turbines and produce four times the power of Hoover Dam, enough to power all of SF and LA.
Philip Anschutz wants to turn his 500-square-mile cattle ranch into the world’s largest wind farm. The project would generate four times more electricity than the Hoover Dam, enough to power all of the households in Los Angeles and San Francisco. It would also make Anschutz the nation’s most unlikely environmental hero—if he can ever get the thing built.
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Thanks to recent advances in brain imaging technology at CMU and elsewhere, it is now known how specific concrete objects are coded in the brain — neuroscientists can identify which object, such as a house or a banana, someone is thinking about from its functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) brain signature.
This image illustrates how the study participants learned about the habitat and the diet of eight animals, such as the cytar (not its real zoological name) and
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Dubbed "Hellboy" this triceratops has horns.
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A monument portraying a lab mouse knitting a DNA helix was unveiled in Novosibirsk, Russia,
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Postdoc for Heterochronic Stem Cell Transplantation & Rejuvenation Experiments

Small non-profit organization in the Greater Los Angeles area seeks Postdoc for immediate position. Initial study will involve isolating and expanding HSC and MSC stem cells from young mice, and transplanting into 30-month old mice. Lifespan and various biomarkers will be tracked.

Stem cell culturing experience, especially HSC or ESC experience is mandatory. Experience using FACS and Real Time PCR, and in histology are desirable. Experience in animal handling and animal experimentation are of added advantage, especially knowledge of intracranial injections and perfusion.

The applicant should be able to solve problems independently - (thinking outside the box would be of advantage). Competitive salary. Candidates from US, UK & EU considered.
Please contact me for further details.

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Has the robot uprising already started? Probably not...
Contractor was setting up the stationary robot when it grabbed and crushed him against a metal plate at the plant in Baunatal
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Italian neurosurgeon Dr Sergio Canavero made a bid to recruit surgeons willing to help him perform the first ever human-head transplant, from an audience of fellow doctors at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurological and Orthopaedic Surgeons.. Canavero was there to give a keynote address to outline a procedure he hopes to perform in the next 24 months, which he calls HEad Anatomosis VENture, or “Heaven”.
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BattleBots is coming back, bigger and better than ever!
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+Nico P They have invested a lot in the safety, the metal parts flying would probably be enough to kill someone.
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Dr Anna Middleton, a Principal Staff Scientist at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK, will describe the results of a survey into the attitudes of the various groups involved in sequencing research - patients, public, health professionals, and genomic researchers - towards the types of genomic information they would be interested in receiving. Just under 7000 people from 75 countries took part in an on-line survey, advertised on social and traditional media, and by an email list-serve.
"We asked participants to imagine that they were taking part in sequencing research with the option to receive personal results, and carefully explained the sorts of results that might come from a sequencing study in ten short films. We found that 98% of participants wanted to know about genes linked to treatable conditions that were serious or life-threatening; they were still interested even if the chance of such a condition occurring was as low as 1%. What was important to them was being 'forewarned' about their future risk of disease so that they could take steps to protect their health. This makes sense, but we also found that 59% of those surveyed were interested in having access to their own raw data, even though, on its own, it would tell them nothing useful about their future health. Participants perceived a value a value in raw data that may or may not exist: 'if the scientists know it, I'd like to know it too.' They felt the genomic information simply 'belonged to them' and thus they should be able to have access to it, even if the reality was that they would do nothing with it," Dr Middleton will say.
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