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Scientists at at Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Schepens Eye Research Institute have resurrected an ancient virus, and found that the virus is highly effective at delivering gene therapies to the liver, muscle, and retina. This discovery could potentially be used to design gene therapies that are safer and more potent, and have a wider reach, than therapies currently available. The discovery is published July 30 in Cell Reports with the title "In ...
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Hope they have a 'kill-switch' in-case they fold incorrectly! 
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Nanowerk is the leading nanotechnology portal, committed to educate, inform and inspire about nanotechnologies, nanosciences, and other emerging technologies
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A Chinese firm specialising in precision technology has set up the first unmanned factory at Dongguan city where all the processes are operated by robots.
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+Javier Chiappa Yes they do.
In a Communist regime there is one party to vote for. You can vote for any one of the candidates that party puts forward. There is even freedom of choice. If you don't vote for the one party you can choose to go to jail.
The Americans have a different voting system. With gerrymandering and pre-programmed voting machines in place in all Republican controlled States you can vote for whoever you want but a Republican will always be elected no matter who you choose.
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“There are more net jobs in the world today than ever before, after hundreds of years of technological innovation and hundreds of years of people predicting the death of work.... read more
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+Aaron Cole I think that may be because most of the places in government, nowadays, are filled by people who have not the slightest interest in thinking, discussing ideas, or changing things. They have set it all up so that their kind is very hard to remove, and present themselves as the only possibility.
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Scientists first grew mini-hearts in a lab. Then they 3D printed skin. Now scientists have taken “body on a chip” to a whole new level. Starting with ski
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AI Rises. AI Rises. Synthetic Biology. Synthetic AI.
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This is some cool work with a potentially very useful result.
Scientists used the Mira supercomputer to identify and improve a new mechanism for eliminating friction, which fed into the development of a hybrid material that exhibited superlubricity at the macroscale for the first time. Researchers helped enable the groundbreaking simulations by overcoming a performance bottleneck that doubled the speed of the team's code.
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Nearly all life on Earth depends on photosynthesis, the conversion of light energy into chemical energy. Oxygen-producing plants and cyanobacteria perfected this process 2.7 billion years ago. But the first photosynthetic organisms were likely single-celled purple bacteria that began absorbing near-infrared light and converting it to sulfur or sulfates about 3.4 billion years ago.
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Truly amazing!!! Onward to new horizons.
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Last week, a discovery published by scientists at Northwestern University detailed a new genetic switch that may prove to be a watershed in the fight against aging.
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This just came in to my email and it's such exciting news everyone else might as well just pack up and forget about campaigning. LOL.....
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A South Korean company has designed a robot that could shoot and kill from four kilometres away. Who will teach these machine soldiers the rules of engagement?
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