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White House Rose Garden SCOTUS ‘super spreader’ event may have infected thousands across the US

From a religious summit outside Atlanta to a campaign rally at a Pennsylvania airport and a private fundraiser in Minnesota, ...
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Under pressure from Trump administration, FDA ignores lack of evidence to expand use of remdesivir to all patients

[August 28, the FDA] allowed the drug remdesivir to be used on all patients hospitalized with COVID-19, although no published research ...
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What does a gene edited squid look like?

Researchers at the Marine Biological Laboratory used CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing to eliminate a gene in embryos of the squid Doryteuthis pealeii, which ...
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Consumer genetic tests promise rich rewards, but can yield ‘awkward surprises’

DNA testing is all about unlocking secrets. But sometimes surrendering your saliva may also mean surrendering a bit of privacy ...
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3D printed corneas could lead to transplants

Research led by Florida A&M University Pharmaceutics Professor Mandip Sachdeva has resulted in the creation of the first high throughput ...
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400,000-year-old teeth suggest Neanderthals and humans split much earlier than thought

Our distant cousins just got a little more distant. A new study suggests that modern humans and our closest relatives, the Neanderthals, ...
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‘Only child’ no more: DNA test reveals woman has at least 29 brothers and sisters

For Shauna Harrison, her journey from only child to a sister with 29 siblings started with a revisit to her 23andme ...
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AI should make our lives better by 2030, though there are ‘problems to worry about’, Pew study suggests

The year is 2030, and artificial intelligence has changed practically everything. Is it a change for the better or has ...
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Google hopes to fix the racial bias problem in artificial intelligence through tech summer camps

Oakland-based nonprofit AI4All [will] expand its outreach to young underrepresented minorities and women with a $1 million grant from Google.org, the technology ...
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DNA tests could reunite migrant families. But is there a reason for concern?

The U.S. government's plan to reunify immigrant children with their parents via DNA testing is an unusual but not unprecedented ...