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'The new DNA imaging method is actually not new; it’s an advancement/continuation of earlier imaging technology. The technology is called “single-molecule microscopy,” and the new DNA imaging method enhances it via added information pertaining to the movement and orientation of specialized fluorescent dyes, which are attached to individual strands of DNA prior to the magnification process.'  New DNA Imaging Method Unveils Strands At Nanoscale:

'The new DNA imaging method is actually not new; it’s an advancement/continuation of earlier imaging technology. The technology is called “single-molecule microscopy,” and the new DNA imaging method enhances it via added information pertaining to the movement and orientation of specialized fluorescent dyes, which are attached to individual strands of DNA prior to the magnification process.' New DNA Imaging Method Unveils Strands At Nanoscale:

Eight percent of human DNA comes from ancient viruses that once infected our ancestors. But there’s no need for alarm about the DNA of viral origin teeming inside your cells.

Eight percent of human DNA comes from ancient viruses that once infected our ancestors. But there’s no need for alarm about the DNA of viral origin teeming inside your cells.

'"The study of C2c2 uncovers a fundamentally novel biological mechanism that bacteria seem to use in their defense against viruses," said Eugene Koonin, senior author, and leader of the Evolutionary Genomics Group at the NIH. "Applications of this strategy could be quite striking."  Researchers unlock new CRISPR system for targeting RNA:

'"The study of C2c2 uncovers a fundamentally novel biological mechanism that bacteria seem to use in their defense against viruses," said Eugene Koonin, senior author, and leader of the Evolutionary Genomics Group at the NIH. "Applications of this strategy could be quite striking." Researchers unlock new CRISPR system for targeting RNA:

'On Wednesday, I met some of those dreamers and teachers at a White House event designed to inspire students to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). More than 100 students attended -- ranging from elementary school all the way to college. 10-year-old Max Goldstone was invited to the White House after he was featured in Humans of New York.'  Why this 10-year-old is excited about science:

'On Wednesday, I met some of those dreamers and teachers at a White House event designed to inspire students to pursue careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). More than 100 students attended -- ranging from elementary school all the way to college. 10-year-old Max Goldstone was invited to the White House after he was featured in Humans of New York.' Why this 10-year-old is excited about science:

Photographer and pop surrealist Dina Goldstein’s large-scale project titled Gods of Suburbia features a collection of deities and religious figures set within the context of modernity. Buddha, Mohammed, Satan, and others exist alongside technology, science, and secularism as it rel

Photographer and pop surrealist Dina Goldstein’s large-scale project titled Gods of Suburbia features a collection of deities and religious figures set within the context of modernity. Buddha, Mohammed, Satan, and others exist alongside technology, science, and secularism as it rel

'It’s not as often as we'd like that you meet women who work in science. In fact, today, women only account for 24% of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) workers in the United States.  Every year, the For Women in Science fellowship awards five postdoctoral female scientists grants of $60,000 each for their contributions in STEM fields and their accomplishments as role models for the younger generations.'  5 Women in STEM Fields Discuss Gender Stereotypes:

'It’s not as often as we'd like that you meet women who work in science. In fact, today, women only account for 24% of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) workers in the United States. Every year, the For Women in Science fellowship awards five postdoctoral female scientists grants of $60,000 each for their contributions in STEM fields and their accomplishments as role models for the younger generations.' 5 Women in STEM Fields Discuss Gender Stereotypes:

Technology has a supporting purpose, used wisely: 'Most of us are so glued to our cellphones, email, tablets and more that we've started to include "digital detoxes" in our wellness regimens. But what if technology could be wielded to improve brain function?' Why I Created A Video Game To Boost Brain Function:

Technology has a supporting purpose, used wisely: 'Most of us are so glued to our cellphones, email, tablets and more that we've started to include "digital detoxes" in our wellness regimens. But what if technology could be wielded to improve brain function?' Why I Created A Video Game To Boost Brain Function:

'Physicists working at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN – the European Organization for Nuclear Research – may have found a new fundamental particle of nature. The scientists say that it’s still too soon to know for sure, but that isn’t stopping the excitement and intrigue.'  Physicists May Have Found New Fundamental Particle Of Nature:

'Physicists working at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN – the European Organization for Nuclear Research – may have found a new fundamental particle of nature. The scientists say that it’s still too soon to know for sure, but that isn’t stopping the excitement and intrigue.' Physicists May Have Found New Fundamental Particle Of Nature:

In a new study out this month in the journal Cell Reports, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania describe two related genes in the Musashi family that are required for colon cancer to develop, and that may be useful targets for effective treatment.

In a new study out this month in the journal Cell Reports, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania describe two related genes in the Musashi family that are required for colon cancer to develop, and that may be useful targets for effective treatment.

I love the movement to rethink science, that is so required in conscious evolution. This is a short video worthy of contemplation and I will be doing more research into the knowledge base of World Science Festival co-founder and Columbia University physicist Brian Greene. Why the Big Bang Doesn’t Explain the Beginning of the Universe:

I love the movement to rethink science, that is so required in conscious evolution. This is a short video worthy of contemplation and I will be doing more research into the knowledge base of World Science Festival co-founder and Columbia University physicist Brian Greene. Why the Big Bang Doesn’t Explain the Beginning of the Universe:

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