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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
The microbes within us could explain rising allergy rates.
A metagenomic study could suggest ways to make cellulosic ethanol.
A California biotech company is engineering microbes to produce cheap biofuels that could outcompete ethanol.
A growing number of genetic tests can be performed during in vitro fertilization, before pregnancy even begins. Is that a good thing?
A new program at MIT is developing the next generation of technologies to uncover the hidden secrets of our brain.
A synthetically engineered strain of E. coli, stripped of non-essential parts, could boost the bug’s industrial power.
Under a fee-for-service structure, doctors aren’t motivated to embrace innovation.
Studies show that the genetic risk of disease varies between different ethnic groups, and data on some groups is lacking.
Once again, federal funding restrictions cast uncertainty over the field.
Use of drugs to enhance memory and concentration should be permitted, experts say.