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Agriculture in Bangladesh0

👤biogeny 🕔09-Jan-2018

Agriculture is the largest employment sector in Bangladesh. As of 2016, it employs 47% of the total labour force and comprises 16% of the country's GDP. The performance of this sector has an overwhelming impact on major macroeconomic objectives like...

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Dysfunctional gene may be cause of Crohn's disease in some patients0

👤biogeny 🕔20-Dec-2017

A new study from the lab of biologist Mark Sundrud, Ph.D., on the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), provides evidence that circulating immune cells may similarly adapt when they enter different tissues, which are like different environments...

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Scientists identify new genes that influence how the body regulates blood pressure0

👤biogeny 🕔20-Dec-2017

Researchers at the University of Georgia have identified several new genes that influence how the body regulates blood pressure. This may help scientists develop novel blood pressure treatments or even allow them to tailor prevention strategies for individuals based on...

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Study finds new way to explain hearing loss caused by cancer drug0

👤biogeny 🕔20-Dec-2017

Scientists have found a new way to explain the hearing loss caused by cisplatin, a powerful drug used to treat many forms of cancer. Using a highly sensitive technique to measure and map cisplatin in mouse and human inner ear...

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Pigeons Can Discriminate Abstract Concepts of Space and Time, Study Shows0

👤biogeny 🕔07-Dec-2017

Pigeons can discriminate the abstract concepts of space and time — and seem to use a different region of the brain than humans and primates to do so, according to new research published in the journal Current Biology. The finding adds to growing...

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Computerized biology, or how to control a population of cells with a computer0

👤biogeny 🕔07-Dec-2017

Researchers explain computer control of cellular processes. Hybrid experimental platforms combining microscopes and software are enabling researchers to interface living cells with control algorithms in real time. The research illustrates that these solutions make it possible to create new and...

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UMD's Dr. Rita Colwell Awarded 2017 International Prize for Biology0

👤biogeny 🕔07-Dec-2017

The 33rd International Prize for Biology has been awarded to Rita Colwell, Ph.D., Distinguished University Professor, University of Maryland. She was cited for her outstanding contributions to marine microbiology, bioinformatics, and the understanding and prevention of cholera.

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Biochemist Peter Walter Receives 2018 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences0

👤biogeny 🕔07-Dec-2017

Peter Walter, PhD, professor of biochemistry and biophysics at UC San Francisco, has been named winner of a 2018 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences, for his research on a biological mechanism that normally protects cells, but can cause disease if not...

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