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Ecological engineering: We could save endangered wildlife and fight pest-spreading diseases using cloning and gene editing. Should we?

Ecological engineering: We could save endangered wildlife and fight pest-spreading diseases using cloning and gene editing. Should we?

NEO.LIFE | 
[Endangered black-footed ferrets] are especially susceptible to plague. While many of us have not given much thought to plague since ...
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‘Robust evidence for bisexual orientation among men’: LGBTQ study revision

Undark | 
In , J. Michael Bailey, a sexuality researcher at Northwestern University, and two colleagues showed men who identify as bisexual brief ...
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Probiotics may help humans stay healthy. Could they benefit other animals, too?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Researchers eye microbes as a tool for fighting disease epidemics in bats, frogs, corals and more ...
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Why those sleepless nights could increase your Alzheimer’s risk

Genetic Literacy Project | 
New research suggests bad sleep causes a build-up of plaque associated with Alzheimer’s ...
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Can we eat our way to better sleep? Why probiotics might help

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Our gut microbiome controls much more than we know - it even helps regulate the sleep cycle. Stressed medical students ...
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