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These are the World’s Top Medical Schools in 2021
These are the World’s Top Medical Schools in 2021
aweGene | 04 May
The latest rankings of the world’s top medical schools are again dominated by the United States and the UK, with Harvard listed number one for the sixth
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Researchers Read the Sugary ‘Language’ on Cell Surfaces
Researchers Read the Sugary ‘Language’ on Cell Surfaces
aweGene | 04 May
When Pascal Gagneux envisions malaria parasites and other pathogens interacting with the surfaces of a host’s cells, he pictures a miniature
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How to Switch to Remote Working
How to Switch to Remote Working
aweGene | 26 April
After decades spent in offices, the idea of working remotely seemed alien to a large part of the population even back in 2019, especially to those who have
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We Must Move on from Neoliberalism in the post-COVID Era
We Must Move on from Neoliberalism in the post-COVID Era
aweGene | 23 April
No event since World War II’s end has had as profound a global impact as COVID-19. The pandemic has triggered a public health and economic crisis on a scale
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Scientist George Church Is Auctioning Off His Genome as an NFT
Scientist George Church Is Auctioning Off His Genome as an NFT
aweGene | 22 April
You’ve probably heard the acronym NFT over the last couple months. Non-fungible tokens have been all over the news, seeming to become a sensation—one
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Tonight's Sky: April
Tonight's Sky: April
aweGene | 03 April
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New Research Could Enable Direct Data Transfer From Computers to Living Cells
New Research Could Enable Direct Data Transfer From Computers to Living Cells
aweGene | 21 January
As the modern world produces ever more data, researchers are scrambling to find new ways to store it all. DNA holds promise as an
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Physical Activity is Good for Your Concentration
Physical Activity is Good for Your Concentration
aweGene | 21 January
Whether it’s during the post-lunch slump or just one of those days, we all struggle to concentrate on what we’re doing sometimes, whether that’s at work,
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 CRISPR and the Splice to Survive
CRISPR and the Splice to Survive
aweGene | 21 January
Odin, in Norse mythology, is an extremely powerful god who’s also a trickster. He has only one eye, having sacrificed the other for wisdom. Among his many
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Mitochondria May Hold Keys to Anxiety and Mental Health
Mitochondria May Hold Keys to Anxiety and Mental Health
aweGene | 11 January
Carmen Sandi recalls the skepticism she faced at first. A behavioral neuroscientist at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, she had
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An Army of Microscopic Robots Is Ready to Patrol Your Body
An Army of Microscopic Robots Is Ready to Patrol Your Body
aweGene | 29 December
If I were to picture futuristic bots that could revolutionize both microrobotics and medicine, a Pop-Tart with four squiggly legs would not be on top of my
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Ray Kurzweil: Humans Will Be Hybrids by 2030
Ray Kurzweil: Humans Will Be Hybrids by 2030
aweGene | 28 December
That's the prediction of Ray Kurzweil, director of engineering at Google (GOOGL), who spoke Wednesday at the Exponential Finance conference in New
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This is How Much Physical Activity We All Need To Stay Healthy
This is How Much Physical Activity We All Need To Stay Healthy
aweGene | 25 December
If you’re reading this from your sofa, the World Health Organization’s latest guidelines might make you rethink your position.With people across the world
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Another Win for Senolytics: Fighting Aging at the Cellular Level Just Got Easier
Another Win for Senolytics: Fighting Aging at the Cellular Level Just Got Easier
aweGene | 14 December
Longevity research always reminds me of the parable of blind men and an elephant. A group of blind men, who’ve never seen an elephant before, each touches
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Drug reverses age-related cognitive decline within days
Drug Reverses Age-related Cognitive Decline within Days
aweGene | 10 December
Just a few doses of an experimental drug can reverse age-related declines in memory and mental flexibility in mice, according to a new study by UC San
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