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The incredible shrinking heart: Astronaut Scott Kelly’s heart shrunk by ¼ during his year in space, raising concerns about Mars travel

The incredible shrinking heart: Astronaut Scott Kelly’s heart shrunk by ¼ during his year in space, raising concerns about Mars travel

New York Times | 
In a study published on [March 29] in the journal Circulation, scientists reported that the largest chamber of the heart ...
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How genetics can bring flavor back to tomatoes

New York Times | 
Harry J. Klee, a professor of horticultural sciences at the University of Florida, thinks he can put [the taste] back ...
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Will the public be more accepting of next-generation gene-edited crops than GMOs?

New York Times | 
A new generation of crops known as gene-edited rather than genetically modified is coming to the market. Created through new ...

Tomatoes ripe for improvement

New York Times | 
Science is trying to build a better supermarket tomato. At a laboratory here at the University of Florida’s Institute for Plant ...
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