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WHY WE NEED A NEW SOCIAL CONTRACT FOR DATA IN HEALTHCARE
Why We Need a New Social Contract for Data in Healthcare
aweGene | 03 March
With advances in data collection, information technology and data science in the 21st century, the prospects of targeted disease prevention and precision
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Extending Human Longevity With Regenerative Medicine
Extending Human Longevity With Regenerative Medicine
aweGene | 29 February
Lizards can regrow entire limbs. Flatworms, starfish, and sea cucumbers regrow entire bodies. Sharks constantly replace lost teeth, often growing over 20,000
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How We Can Win the War Against Antibiotic Resistance
How We Can Win the War Against Antibiotic Resistance
aweGene | 26 February
In 1945, Sir Alexander Fleming received the Nobel Prize in Medicine for the discovery of penicillin.In Sir Alexander’s acceptance remarks, he spoke of the
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9 Steps to Start Living Longer Today
9 Steps to Start Living Longer Today
aweGene | 25 February
An award-winning scientist, engineer, and millionaire several times over predicted that by 2029, humans could start living forever. That’s right.
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Science vs Superbugs: A New Wave of Solutions Is On the Way
Science vs Superbugs: A New Wave of Solutions Is On the Way
aweGene | 23 February
Hollywood is chockablock with movies about zombie apocalypses caused by some uncontrollable infection, while alarming real-world headlines proclaim the next
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Longevity and Vitality - Why We Age
Longevity and Vitality - Why We Age
aweGene | 21 February
Healthcare today is reactive, retrospective, bureaucratic and expensive. It's sick care, not healthcare.But that is radically changing at an exponential
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CRISPR Just Got More Powerful With an “On” Switch
CRISPR Just Got More Powerful With an “On” Switch
aweGene | 21 February
For all its gene-editing prowess, mechanistically CRISPR is a bit like a power tool with a broken “off” switch.Hear me out: the entire CRISPR machinery
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Why Bill Gates Thinks Gene Editing and Artificial Intelligence Could Save the World
Why Bill Gates Thinks Gene Editing and Artificial Intelligence Could Save the World
aweGene | 20 February
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has been working to improve the state of global health through his nonprofit foundation for 20 years, and today he told the
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The Home of the Future Isn’t Smart - It’s Living and Green
The Home of the Future Isn’t Smart - It’s Living and Green
aweGene | 20 February
The varied universes of science fiction often offer inspiration for emerging technologies, or at least fitting leads for articles to describe them. Take the
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Intelligent People are Happiest Alone
Intelligent People are Happiest Alone
aweGene | 19 February
In a just-published study about how our ancestral needs impact our modern feelings, researchers uncovered something that will surprise few among the
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Would a Universal Genetic Database Be a Crime-Solving Wonder, or an Orwellian Nightmare?
Would a Universal Genetic Database Be a Crime-Solving Wonder, or an Orwellian Nightmare?
aweGene | 19 February
The privacy of our DNA is being increasingly eroded, a phenomenon highlighted by the rash of criminal cases recently solved using publicly-accessible genomic
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Why Designing Our Own Biology Will Be the Next Big Thing in Medicine
Why Designing Our Own Biology Will Be the Next Big Thing in Medicine
aweGene | 18 February
It’s hard to watch a loved one get sick. Their eyes go glassy. Their breathing is punctuated by body-wracking coughs. Feverish and aching, they struggle to get
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