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New ‘nanotweezers’ can pull material from living cells without causing harm

Sterling Ericsson | 
Scientists at the Imperial College London have revealed their creation of a set of nanotweezers that can work on the ...
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Biofortified wheat variety could help stem nutrient deficiency in Africa, Asia

Sterling Ericsson | 
Nutrient deficiency in one’s diet is a common problem around the world, where different populations may lack a sufficient source ...

‘Dead CRISPR’ may offer easier way to create stem cells

Sterling Ericsson | 
The ability to make stem cells from other cell types has largely been a recent phenomenon. It took a huge ...

CRISPR primer: A detailed look at its history and varieties

Sterling Ericsson | 
The most immediate thing to note is just how widespread CRISPR is as a process used by cellular life. About ...
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