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#news #biotech Map Reveals How Zika Virus Associates with Host Cell Proteins

Biotechnology, Pharma and Biopharma News – Research – Science – Lifescience ://Biotech-Biopharma-Pharma: Map Reveals How Zika Virus Associates with Host Cell Proteins .A team of viral molecular biologists has mapped host cell protein interaction profiles for each of the ten … Continue reading → Cet article #news #biotech Map Reveals How Zika Virus Associates with Host...


DFG publishes new position paper on synthetic biology

Scientific developments in the field of synthetic biology have often given rise to public debate on the possible need for additional regulation. In response, the Permanent Senate Commission on Genetic Research of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft has published a position paper on synthetic biology, in which it describes key scientific advancements in the field within the context of current publi...

Reproductive Rights Groups See Hope In Judge’s Questions About Family Planning Grants

The groups sued the administration after officials announced major changes to the $260 million federal Title X family planning grant process. After appearing in court, the groups expressed optimism for their case. Clare Coleman, president and chief executive of the National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association, said: “I think we had a great day. I think the judge knew the import...


STAT Plus: In the booming field of synthetic biology, a back-end business reinvents itself

How do you know synthetic biology is newly trendy? One company's slogan: "The Nespresso machine for DNA synthesis."

Males who spend more time taking care of kids have greater reproductive success

Males have greater reproductive success if they spend more time taking care of kids -- and not necessarily only their own, according to new research published by anthropologists at Northwestern University.

Highlights of Day 1 of SynBioBeta 2018: Mushroom stage, The homebrew computer club meets DIYBio, Engineering Biology Awards

Enjoying Synthetic Biology Week? Share your stories with #synbiobeta2018 The conference began with a discussion between P&G Director Lee Ellen Drechsler and Ecovative CEO Eben Bayer, moderated by D.A. Wallach of Inevitable Ventures. The three discussed how biology is being […] The post Highlights of Day 1 of SynBioBeta 2018: Mushroom stage, The homebrew computer club meets DIYBio, Engine...

Human Rights Campaign Foundation Names Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut a “Leader in Equality” on Its 2018 Healthcare Equality Index

RMACT is the Only Connecticut Fertility Practice to Demonstrate Its Dedication to LGBTQ-Inclusive Policies and Practices for Second Consecutive Year NORWALK, Conn. (PRWEB) April 10, 2018 The Human Rights Campaign Foundation (HRC), the educational arm of the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, named Reproductive Medicine Associates o...

Scotland makes its mark in mammalian synthetic biology

This story is brought to you by our sponsor SynbiCITE, which is accelerating the commercialization of synthetic biology applications. To learn how SynbiCITE is nucleating a sustainable UK economy, visit www.synbicite.com. Perhaps better known for its International Festival, dramatic castle […] The post Scotland makes its mark in mammalian synthetic biology appeared first on SynBioBeta.

DFG presents position paper on synthetic biology

(Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) Clear distinction between synthetic biology and underlying methods required / No new potential risks associated with current research work

Researchers develop novel approach to bridge gap in cell-free systems

Engineering cellular biology, minus the actual cell, is a growing area of interest in biotechnology and synthetic biology.

At Silicon Valley’s debutante ball for startups, there’s more biology than ever

More than ever before, startups at this storied pitch fest are touting ideas for the life sciences — and that has biology and tech colliding in surprising ways. Like a…

MSU pioneers new course: Digital introduction to biology, evolution

(Michigan State University) Michigan State University researchers have improved an introductory biology class to make it more accessible for students not majoring in life sciences. The new course, 'Integrative Biology: From DNA to Populations,' features Avida-ED, a digital evolution software program that allows populations of digital organisms, aka Avidians, to undergo actual, not simulated, evolu...

University of Illinois buys 3D-Bioplotter for regenerative biology, tissue engineering research

The Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has purchased an EnvisionTEC 3D-Bioplotter to conduct regenerative biology and tissue engineering research

Medicaid expansion may fill gap in reproductive health care access, study finds

Medicaid expansion may fill a significant gap in reproductive health care access, especially among young and low-income women, a new Michigan Medicine study finds.

Evonetix wins Best Emerging Synthetic Biology Company at the OBN Awards

London, UK, 12th October 2018 / Sciad Newswire / SynbiCITE would like to congratulate Evonetix on winning ‘Best Emerging Synthetic Biology Company’ at the 10th Annual OBN Awards Ceremony last night. The award recognises the emerging UK industrial or synthetic biology company that demonstrates the most promise. Entrants were assessed on capital raised, level of innovation and their contri...

Young Men Need Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Many young men may not be receiving the sexual and reproductive health services they need.

US Military Wants to Know What Synthetic Biology Weapons Could Look Like

(MIT Technology Review) – A study ordered by the US Department of Defense has concluded that new genetic-engineering tools are expanding the range of malicious uses of biology and decreasing the amount of time needed to carry them out. The … Read More

WSU Researchers see new plastics causing reproductive woes of old plastics

(Washington State University) Washington State University researchers have found that plastic products meant to replace the chemical bisphenol A, or BPA, are also causing genetic abnormalities in mice.The discovery is a déjà vu moment for Patricia Hunt, who 20 years ago linked abnormalities in egg chromosomes to BPA released by a harsh detergent used on her lab's mouse cages. This time, she saw ...

Research highlights for Experimental Biology 2018 in San Diego, April 21-25

(Experimental Biology 2018) Cutting-edge multidisciplinary research from across the life sciences will be presented at the Experimental Biology 2018 meeting (EB 2018), the premier annual meeting of five scientific societies to be held April 21-25 in San Diego.

Gynecology Associates of Gwinnett is Growing Their Practice

Board-certified Gynecologist Dr. Kristine E. Gould details the arrival of Certified Physician Assistant, Nikki McCann as well as the recent growth of the practice. ATLANTA (PRWEB) June 12, 2018 Gynecology Associates of Gwinnett is proud to announce the newest addition to their team of reproductive healthcare specialists, Nikki McCann, PA-C. Nikki McCann is a nationally certified Physician Assista...

ScottsMiracle-Gro: Proudly Supporting Our Community and American Heart Association

Heart Walk participants raise more than $215,000 for heart disease and stroke prevention SOURCE: ScottsMiracle-Gro DESCRIPTION:We at ScottsMiracle-Gro believe strongly in giving back - as a company and as individual associates - to the communities where we live and work. This commitment came to life recently at the American Heart Association’s Central Ohio Heart Walk, where for the third consecu...

Cancer systems biology identifies master regulators and new drug targets in therapy-resistant cancer

New research published today in npj Systems Biology and Applications establishes how genome-wide data in combination with systems biology analyses can identify master regulators and new drug targets in therapy-resistant cancers. The new discovery...

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News Digest #234 – What are the defining milestones from the last 20 years of synthetic biology?

    Hi all, We’re doing something exciting for the SynBioBeta 2018 keynote presentation, “Twenty Years of Synthetic Biology: Past, Present, and Future.” Tim Gardner, Riffyn founder and CEO will be highlighting the community’s view of the defining moments in the […] The post News Digest #234 – What are the defining milestones from the last 20 years of synthetic biology? a...

How one company is empowering synthetic biology by making high-fidelity DNA at scale

This article is brought to you by DCVC (Data Collective), a leading deep tech and synthetic biology venture capital firm that backs entrepreneurs solving some the world’s hardest problems computationally — from industrial biotech to algorithmic drug discovery to smart […] The post How one company is empowering synthetic biology by making high-fidelity DNA at scale appeared first on S...


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