Friday, June 30, 2017

Science of the Week, 6/30/17

Here are some of the most interesting science news articles I read this week:

Gene editing reverses Huntington's in mouse model

Microbe generates extraordinary diverse array of peptide

Researchers find new mechanism for genome regulation

More democracy through mathematics

Near instantaneous evolution discovered in bacteria

Study strengthens case for heart benefit in chocolate

Atomic imperfections move quantum communication network closer to reality

How do genes get new jobs? Wasp venom offers new insights

Most families in low-income countries don't have soap at home

How the climate can rapidly change at tipping points

Exploring the potential of human echolocation

Ancient retrovirus embedded in the human genome helps fight HIV-1 infection

Computer system predicts products of chemical reactions

Discovery confirms evidences of orbiting supermassive black holes

Reptile skin grown in lab for first time, helps study endangered turtle disease

 Microneedle patches for flu vaccine successful in first human clinical trial

Have a good weekend, and see you Monday!

























3 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

No soap at home is sad. That's a lot of uncleanliness.

Pat Dilloway said...

Time to go eat some more chocolate...for the heart benefits of course. 😉

Robert Bennett said...

You just made my day by making me NOT the only person I know that regularly reads science articles to help inspire your writing.

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