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In a Viewpoint column in this week's Journal of the American Medical Association, Eric Topol, Kelly Bethel, and Laura Goetz of the Scripps Translational Science Institute and the Scripps Clinic say th...
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J. CRAIG VENTER: I was asked earlier whether the goal is to dissect what Schrödinger had spoken and written, or to present the new summary, and I always like to be forward-looking, so I won't give you a history lesson except for very briefly. I will present our findings on first on reading the genetic code, and then learning to synthesize and write the genetic code, and as many of you know, we synthesized an entire genome, booted it up to create an entirely new synthetic cell where every protein in the cell was based on the synthetic DNA code.

Life is code, as you heard in the introduction, was very clearly articulated by Schrodinger as code script. Perhaps even more importantly, and something I missed on the first few readings of his book earlier in my career, was as far as I could tell, it's the first mention that this code could be as simple as a binary code. And he used the example of how the Morse code with just dots and dashes, could be sufficient to give 34 different specifications. I've searched and I have not found any earlier references to the Morse code, although an historian that I know wrote Crick a letter asking about that, and Crick's response was, "It was a metaphor that was obvious to everybody." I don't know if it was obvious to everybody after Schrodinger's book, or some time before.
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Amazing time lapse video of preparing a bat skeleton for display
A time-lapse video from LSA’s Museum of Zoology condenses the fascinating and sometimes squeamish process of taking apart and reassembling a bat for study.
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Bernard Siegel, spokesperson for the Stem Cell Action Coalition and Executive Director of the Genetics Policy Institute (GPI), stated, “The U.S.
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This group is trying to crowd source GI flora and other microflora data.  Might have to lower the price from $15000 a person before this becomes realistic.  Wouldn't be too psyched about spending 15k to analyze my own fecal sample.
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The The WHEATON CryoFeed (www.cryofeed.com), a place where you can come to find the latest biobank related news and technical tips for topics like sample containment, management (tracking, batching and storing), and processing.

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