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Scientists Store Video Data in the DNA of Living Organisms

Video goes a different kind of viral: through E. coli cells Video goes a different kind of viral: through E. coli cells.....»»

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Google introduces the feed, a news stream of your evolving interests

 More than four years after the launch of Google Now, the company has fully dissolved its AI assistant into the DNA of many of its core product offerings. Nowhere is this impact more evident than in search, where Google has significantly shaken.....»»

Source:  TechcrunchCategory: TopJul 19th, 2017Related News

Google revamps the newsfeed

 More than four years after the launch of Google Now, the company has fully dissolved its AI assistant into the DNA of many of its core product offerings. Nowhere is this impact more evident than in search, where Google has significantly shaken.....»»

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The uncertain future of genetic testing

"Every time our cells divide and copy their DNA, mutations can arise." Enlarge (credit: Catherine Losing for Mosaic) Bringing genetics into medicine will lead to more accuracy, better diagnosis, and personalised treatment—but not for all. For.....»»

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Scientists just used CRISPR to encode a GIF into the DNA of a virus

Fancy getting your favorite movie scene spliced into your genetic makeup? Harvard scientists have just demonstrated that it's possible to write images and movies into the DNA of living organisms. The post Scientists just used CRISPR to encode a GIF i.....»»

Source:  DigitaltrendsCategory: TopJul 15th, 2017Related News

Genetic tattoo, anyone? Scientists just encoded a GIF into the DNA of a virus

Fancy getting your favorite movie scene spliced into your genetic makeup? Harvard scientists have just demonstrated that it's possible to write images and movies into the DNA of living organisms. The post Genetic tattoo, anyone? Scientists just encod.....»»

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Scientists just fit a GIF onto DNA, which might be the most important thing to ever happen to GIF-kind

GIFs are the fundamental building blocks of our digital existence. Whether they are in texts, tweets, or articles, GIFs are now a staple of how we communicate in the modern world. But now GIFs are making their way to a new frontier: scientists have f.....»»

Source:  MashableCategory: TopJul 14th, 2017Related News

Biologists Use Gene Editing To Store Movies In DNA

New submitter elmohound writes: A recent paper in Nature describes how gene editing was used to store a digital movie into a bacterial population. The choice of subject is a nice hommage to Muybridge's 1887 photos. From a report via Scientific Americ.....»»

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Scientists store a famous movie in DNA

 Researchers have long thought about storing data in DNA and, so far, it seems to be working. They’ve already stuffed a book into DNA and Microsoft is experimenting with a process to store larger amounts of data – just imagine trying.....»»

Source:  TechcrunchCategory: TopJul 13th, 2017Related News

Who Needs Hard Drives? Scientists Store Film Clip in DNA

In a first, researchers converted a movie into a DNA sequence and inserted it into bacteria. They hope to someday use the technology to record cell behavior......»»

Source:  NytCategory: TopJul 12th, 2017Related News

Neanderthal DNA suggests yet another wave of human migration out of Africa

Evidence for this migration is scant, but growing. Enlarge / The entrance to the cave where the Neanderthal thigh bone was found in 1937. (credit: Wolfgang Adler, © Photo Museum Ulm) Modern humans and Neanderthals have a confusing genetic rel.....»»

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Researchers build simple DNA machines that can be used for making molecular computers

The machines can switch reversibly between two different shapes and could be used to make nanotech sensors, amplifiers and even a molecular computer. The post Researchers build simple DNA machines that can be used for making molecular computers appe.....»»

Source:  Tech2Category: AsiaJun 26th, 2017Related News

Cats May Have Been Domesticated Twice

sciencehabit writes: Cats may have been domesticated twice, once in Turkey around 10,000 years ago, and again in Egypt, thousands of years later. That's the conclusion of a new genetic analysis of more than 200 ancient cats, including DNA extracted f.....»»

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Babies" DNA affects mothers" risk of pre-eclampsia in pregnancy, study finds

Some features in a baby's DNA can increase the risk of its mother developing pre-eclampsia -- a potentially dangerous condition in pregnancy -- a major new international study has revealed for the first time......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

DNA delivery technology joins battle against drug-resistant bacteria

A new DNA delivery technology has been developed to fight drug-resistant bacteria, report investigators......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

How our unique DNA impacts personalized medicine

Every human being has a unique DNA 'fingerprint'. In other words, the genetic material of any two individuals can be clearly distinguished. Computational biologists have now determined that the impact of these variations has been greatly underestimat.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

Video imaging of single molecule DNA replication

Almost all life on Earth is based on DNA being copied, or replicated. Now for the first time, scientists have been able to watch the replication of a single DNA molecule, with some surprising findings. For one thing, there's a lot more randomness at.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

New three-in-one blood test opens door to precision medicine for prostate cancer

Scientists have developed a three-in-one blood test that could transform treatment of advanced prostate cancer through use of precision drugs designed to target mutations in the BRCA genes. By testing cancer DNA in the bloodstream, researchers found.....»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News

DNA sent on sequential, and consequential, building mission

A team of scientists has developed a method to create structures whose building blocks are a millionth of a meter in size by encoding DNA with assembly instructions......»»

Source:  SciencedailyCategory: BiomedJun 19th, 2017Related News