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10-minute cancer test? Researcher explains breakthrough discovery

LeapsMag | 
Matt Trau, a professor of chemistry at the University of Queensland, stunned the science world back in December [2018] when ...
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3 neural implants that could change our lives

LeapsMag | 
Here are three of [DARPA’s] research programs that are showing promise in early human testing: 1) A NEURAL IMPLANT [TO] ...
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8 things to know about anti-aging research and why there’s ‘no doubt’ humans can live to 150

LeapsMag | 
Dr. [Michael] West is the CEO of AgeX Therapeutics, a biotech company that is developing novel therapeutics to target human ...

‘Mosaic’ embryos raise ethical concerns over IVF

New York Times | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The couple wanted a ...

Fear of insurance, employment loophole may keep some from sequencing their genomes

New York Times | 
About 700,000 Americans have had their DNA sequenced, in full or in part, and the number is rising rapidly as ...

When consumer genetic test results don’t agree

New York Times | 
I like to plan ahead; that much I knew about myself before I plunged into exploring my genetic code. I’m ...

Personhood vs. stem cell research

Atlanta Journal Constitution | 
Recently, it was announced that Republican voters will have the opportunity to vote on a ballot question in the July ...