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Fungi, Aspergillus, Genomics, Energy, Environment, Bioenergy, Biofuels, Biotechnology, Industrial Applications, genes, secondary metabolites, DOE Office of Science

All in the Family: Focused Genomic Comparisons

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In the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a team led by researchers at the Technical University of Denmark, the DOE Joint Genome Institute and the Joint BioEnergy Institute report the first outcome from the large-scale sequencing of 300+ Aspergillus species.

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Tulane School of Medicine Launches Immersion Program for Biotech Execs and Investors Visiting the Big Easy

Tulane University School of Medicine has launched a new In-Residence Immersion Program that offers biotech executives, venture capitalists, scientists and entrepreneurs visiting New Orleans from across the country a fully functional on-the-go workspace on its downtown campus.

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A Better Catalyst, A Robotic Device to Help Parkinson's Patients, Making Piezoelectrics Sing, and More in the Engineering News Source

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Environmental Stressors, CRISPR Treatment for Hearing Loss, Mitochondria and Cocaine Addiction, and More in the Cell Biology News Source

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Molecular Mapping Made Easy

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Every day, every inch of skin on your body comes into contact with thousands of molecules — from food, cosmetics, sweat, the microbes that call your skin home. Now researchers can create interactive 3D maps that show where each molecule lingers on your body, thanks to a new method developed by University of California San Diego and European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) researchers.

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Designer Nanoparticles Destroy a Broad Array of Viruses

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An international group of researchers have designed new anti-viral nanoparticles that bind to a range of viruses, including herpes simplex virus, human papillomavirus, respiratory syncytial virus and Dengue and Lentiviruses. Unlike other broad-spectrum antivirals, which simply prevent viruses from infecting cells, the new nanoparticles destroy viruses.

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Faster, More Accurate Cancer Detection Using Nanoparticles, Rutgers-Led Study Finds

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Using light-emitting nanoparticles, Rutgers University-New Brunswick scientists have invented a highly effective method to detect tiny tumors and track their spread, potentially leading to earlier cancer detection and more precise treatment. The technology, announced today, could improve patient cure rates and survival times.

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Scientists Identify Promising New Approach for Immune System Defense Against Cancer

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Researchers have identified a promising new strategy to fight infections and cancer. They uncovered a novel function for a protein known as “Runx3” that is key to the development of killer T cells—immune cells important for fighting infections and cancer.







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