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RNA-sensing system controls protein expression in cells based on specific

Researchers at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT have developed a system that can detect a particular RNA sequence in live cells and produce a protein of interest in...

Neutrons expose crystal structure of elusive carbonic acid for the

Rietveld refinement of deuterated carbonic acid at 1.85...

What the Triple Threat of COVID, RSV and Flu Means

The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. Every fall and winter, viral respiratory illnesses like the common cold and seasonal flu keep kids out of...

A pheromone that explains why puffer fish spawn on beaches

A group of animal biologists and chemists at the Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (ITbM) at Nagoya University in central Japan, in collaboration with Toyota Boshoku Corporation and Niigata University, have identified the pheromone involved in the mechanism that triggers...

The largest telescope on Earth is coming to hunt radio-waves

Construction has started on the largest telescope array on Earth. The Square Kilometre Array (SKA), which will contain hundreds of radio antennae spread across two continents, is now under construction in both South Africa's Karoo region and Western Australia's Murchison...

Stem cell-derived organoids mimic human parathyroid tissue

Patient-derived parathyroid organoids (PTOs) could pave the way for future physiology studies and drug-screening applications, as shown in a study published on October 27 in the journal Stem Cell Reports. "We are the first group in the world that...

This year’s flu shots are a ‘very good match’ to

This year's flu shots appear to be a "very good match" to the circulating influenza strains, health officials say. However, even though flu season got off to an unusually early start, vaccination rates, especially among adults, are lagging those...

College students suffer more than 100 alcohol-related consequences, study finds:

On average, students experience an estimated total of 102 alcohol-related consequences, such as blacking out, being hung over, or missing work or school, due to drinking across their four years in college, according to a new study led by...

New research reveals invisible meteors

Daniel Kastinen's thesis presents results that pave the...

Vaccine prompts HIV antibodies in 97 per cent of people

An experimental HIV vaccine led to antibodies against the virus in 35 out of 36 volunteers, but whether this offers protection against the infection is unclear ...
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