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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
Repetitive stretches of RNA are found in high concentrations in cancer cells.
New technology will allow broad screening for prospective parents.
They lead people neither to make healthier lifestyle choices nor to order more medical tests.
Replacing certain cells in the retina could slow visual impairment for people with macular degeneration.
Social media, Wi-Fi gadgets and a sense of shame keep people motivated.
Two steps forward and one step back for stem cells, genome sequencing to diagnose disease, and the creation of artificial life.
A new approach to reading DNA could aid genetic diagnosis and the study of human evolution.
For the first time, scientists can track the precise genetic changes behind an individual case of cancer. Such information provides a picture of how tumor cells originate and evolve. And it could change the way we treat the disease.
A new technique could provide safer cells for human therapies