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Gene Editing Could Help Tackle Cancer And Inherited Diseases   Gene editing techniques developed in the last five years could help in the battle against cancer and inherited diseases a University of Exeter scientist says.  "There is always a risk with this kind of technology and fears about designer babies and we have started having discussions about that so we can understand the consequences and long-term risks" said Dr Westra of the Environment and Sustainability Institute on the…

Gene Editing Could Help Tackle Cancer And Inherited Diseases Gene editing techniques developed in the last five years could help in the battle against cancer and inherited diseases a University of Exeter scientist says. "There is always a risk with this kind of technology and fears about designer babies and we have started having discussions about that so we can understand the consequences and long-term risks" said Dr Westra of the Environment and Sustainability Institute on the…

Offspring to parents who were babies during the Holocaust had a worse course of schizophrenia -- ScienceDaily

Offspring to parents who were babies during the Holocaust had a worse course of schizophrenia -- ScienceDaily

Very cool punnett square diagram to explain the inheritance of eye colour! Depending on the genotype (B or b) we will have a certain eye colour phenotype. The brown eye allele ‘B’ is dominant, and the blue eye allele ‘b’ is recessive. Check out the combinations!

Very cool punnett square diagram to explain the inheritance of eye colour! Depending on the genotype (B or b) we will have a certain eye colour phenotype. The brown eye allele ‘B’ is dominant, and the blue eye allele ‘b’ is recessive. Check out the combinations!

Street Sharks. If you remember watching this, you were an awesome 90's kid and i love you for it.

Street Sharks. If you remember watching this, you were an awesome 90's kid and i love you for it.

Some fish and reptiles can reproduce asexually, but a shark in an Australian aquarium is a rare case of this in an animal that once had a mate

Some fish and reptiles can reproduce asexually, but a shark in an Australian aquarium is a rare case of this in an animal that once had a mate

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