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By Daniel Dunaief The past can come back to haunt us, even in the world of genetics. Over the course of millions of years,...

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By Daniel Dunaief When he was in high school in Negenborn, Germany, Percy Zahl built his own computer, with some help from one of...

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By Daniel Dunaief Instead of lamenting the shortcomings of a system they felt didn’t work as well as it should, Roman Kotov and a...

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By Daniel Dunaief The first time is most definitely not the charm. That’s what Jun Wang and her colleagues at Brookhaven National Laboratory discovered...

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By Daniel Dunaief Many ways to kill cancer involve tapping into a cell’s own termination system. With several cancers, however, the treatment only works...

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By Daniel Dunaief They produce so much information that they can’t keep up with it. They use the latest technology to gather data. Somewhere,...

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By Daniel Dunaief Just before he took a holiday break in December, Michael Ronemus received a welcome surprise. “In the last afternoon before the...

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By Daniel Dunaief The cardiovascular skies may be clear and sunny, but there could also be a storm lurking behind them. About one in...

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By Daniel Dunaief Last week, the Times Beacon Record Newspapers profiled the work of David Matus, an assistant professor in the Department of Biochemistry...

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By Daniel Dunaief At first look, the connection between a roundworm, a zebrafish and cancer appears distant. After all, what can a transparent worm...

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