Evolution has dictated that the brain, the control center for the entire body, be encased in a hard shell and subsequent sets of membranes to protect it. Unfortunately, this makes researching an active, living brain absurdly challenging. New developments in polymer technologies have allowed researchers to create multifunctional fibres no […]

Over the past few years, energy shots have emerged as a separate product category from energy drinks and other functional beverages. While energy drinks are increasingly associated with healthfulness and positive lifestyle choices, energy shots remain oriented toward direct functionality. Sold in single-serve bottles of about two ounces, they enable […]

Schematic diagram depicting the relationship between genomics, proteomics, interactomics, and metablomics. Source: US Department of Energy. According to a new review published in Nature Rheumatology,1 the wide and deep oceans of genomic, proteomic, interactomic, and metabolomic data that researchers have spent the last few years gathering and sorting are now […]

The cost of full genome sequencing has dropped precipitously, bringing it into the price range for use in public health. Source: https://www.genome.gov/ Finally, doctors and geneticists may be able to hash out clinical risk profiles beyond high, medium, or low risk with the help of dense genotyping. With the cost […]

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