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Apples Phil Schiller named to the board of DNA sequencing company Illumina

How CRISPR Works: The Future of Genetic Engineering and Designer Humans. The recent discovery of the CRIPSR technique now allows scientists to edit your DNA with unprecedented ease and accuracy. Learn how it works.

CRISPR has been heralded as the biggest scientific breakthrough of 2015 across the board. This infographic will help you understand why.

Authentic Drugs Tagged with Plant DNA Could Help Snare Fake Meds - A new high-tech tactic could help officials detect counterfeit drugs

20 Percent of Prescription Painkiller Users Share Their Drugs

Gene therapy: What personalized medicine means for you - CNET. From CNET Magazine: What if the next pill you took were tailored to your genetic makeup? That day is almost here.

Gene therapy: What personalized medicine means for you

nice Ethical Conclusions of DNA editing - Indianapolis Tech Week Check more at http://www.albanydailystar.com/health/ethical-conclusions-of-dna-editing-indianapolis-tech-week-12411.html

A new technology that goes by the ungainly name of could change the human genome for generations. Here's why its inventor is trying to press pause.

Scientists have sequenced the entire genome of the tardigrade, AKA the water bear, for the first time. And it turns out that this weird little creature has the most foreign genes of any animal studied so far – or to put it another way, roughly one-sixth of the tardigrade's genome was stolen from other species.

Scientists have sequenced the entire genome of the tardigrade , AKA the water bear, for the first time. And it turns out that this weird little creature has the most foreign genes of any animal studied so far – or to put it another way, roughly.

The new goal is to reverse aging, not only in animals, but in humans.  And age reversal is essential, as significant age-related disruption ...

George Church indicates reversal of aging will be a reality within ten years

Growing Lungs: Scientists Are Using Stem Cells to Try and Grow Human Lungs in a Dish. Researchers from the UCLA have found a way around some of the limitations of lung cell cultures in recreating lung scarring by growing three-dimensional "organoids" instead of relying on flat cultures. The method uses stem cells to grow pea sized three dimensional samples of lung tissue.

Growing Lungs: Scientists Are Using Stem Cells to Try and Grow Human Lungs in a Dish

Human Gene Editing Summit Says CRISPR research can proceed

Human Gene Editing Research Should Proceed, Concludes Historic Tech Summit

The world's first life-saving gene therapy for children, developed by Italian scientists, has been approved of by a major medical committee in Europe, boosting the pioneering technology to fix faulty genes.

It was quite the moment for scientific research, as the world's first child gene therapy has been approved by the European Commission. GSK will offer treatment for ADA-SCID, a disease known to be fatal at an early age.

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