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What Biotechnologists learnt from 1000-year-old chewing gum?

Scientists have yielded the complete genetic data from “chewing gum”. The time machine is not yet a reality. But with the help of genetic tools and principle scientists have gone behind 5,700-year-old. Scientists have yielded the complete genetic data from “chewing gum” which is acknowledged to be from the stone age. So let us unveil …

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Top 10 breakthroughs in recent advancement in science and technology-2019

DETAIL STUDY When there is Development in technology ultimately it leads to advancement in Science and helps in bringing revolution in mankind. Several fields including medicine, agriculture, industries are benefited when there is success in development of science and technology.   A number of significant scientific achievements have occurred in the year 2019.  In the field …

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Stop stubble burning, Microbes could add value to agriculture waste.

A team of researchers in Brazil and the UK has developed a fermentation technique to turn agriculture waste, such as wheat straw, into a valuable chemical used in the fragrance industry.  STUDY OF INTEREST Agriculture waste  DETAIL STUDY Scientists Turn Agriculture Waste into Fragrances with Microbes  Nowadays air pollution is becoming the topic of concern. …

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Injury recovery using tendon stem cells

 New research reveals the existence of tendon stem cells that could potentially be harnessed to improve tendon healing and even to avoid surgery.  STUDY OF INTEREST Tendon stem cell  DETAIL STUDY In the latest research scientists claim for the existence of tendon stem cells. These cells could potentially be used in tendon healing. Tendon injury …

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Diabetes could be treated using “Super Grafts”

To save patients with a severe form of type 1 diabetes, pancreatic cell transplantation is the last resort. However, the transplant process is long and complex: a significant part of the grafted cells die quickly without being able to engraft. By adding amniotic epithelial cells to these cell clusters, researchers have succeeded in creating much …

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Tooth- decay? Grow a new tooth using stem cell in the near future

STUDY OF INTEREST Tooth-decay  Now an international team of researchers has found a potential novel solution to tooth decay. DETAIL STUDY Stem cells could hold the key to wound healing, via their ability to develop into any kind of specialised cell types – including cells in teeth. Hence no more painful tooth decay. Taking care …

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Make Human-Made DNA Invisible- A new strategy of Genetic Engineering

Scientists have developed a new approach  to genetically engineer bacteria by making human-made DNA invisible to a bacterium’s defenses. In theory, the method can be applied to almost any type of bacteria. STUDY OF INTEREST Genetic Engineering  DETAIL STUDY This new genetic engineering tool opens up the possibilities for research on bacteria that haven’t been …

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Alert ‘Your cells might record and track genomic data’

Engineers from MIT have programmed human and bacterial cells to keep a record of complex molecular events. STUDY OF INTEREST DOMINO (DNA-based Ordered Memory and Iteration Network Operator) DETAIL STUDY Biocomputing is a recent trend in getting and processing information about our body. There is plenty of research going on in the field of medical …

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