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Directed evolution tool could force viruses to churn out new drugs ‘in a matter of days’

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Evolution is one of nature's most impressive forces, allowing organisms to adapt to changing environments to survive. By harnessing and ...
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Video: Robot dinosaurs show us how flight evolved

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Modern birds are believed to have evolved from certain types of dinosaurs, and the transitional species Archaeopteryx sits neatly in ...
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Peering back in time: Engineered synthetic organisms could help answer key evolutionary questions

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Evolution is the accepted explanation for life's diversity today, but there are still some holes in the process that we ...
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Implanted artificial mole could be early warning system for prostate, lung, colon, breast cancer

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[R]esearchers at ETH Zurich have developed a novel early warning system for four common types of cancer. An implant keeps ...
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CRISPR-edited mosquitoes could dramatically reduce more than 200 million annual cases of malaria

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Swatting at mosquitoes is a great start, but if we really want to cut down on the hundreds of millions ...
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‘Supercharged’ T-cells show promise against Hodgkin’s lymphoma

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Cancer has been winning the arms race against the immune system for too long, but scientists are developing plenty of ...
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Muscular dystrophy in dogs reversed with gene therapy–are children next?

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Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) is the most common and, sadly, the most severe form of the debilitating genetic disorder. Now ...
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Better beer? Sequenced barley genome could help breeders improve taste, other staple crops

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Showing up in your cereal in the morning, your sandwich at lunch, and your beers or single malt Scotch whiskey ...