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“In The Electrical Age, the role of women and girls was to fill in for men when they were absent, but not to replace men completely.”
“Our experiment consists of using chemicals to discover a pathway of direct conversion to create neurons from other somatic cell types, a technique known as trans-differentiation.”
“However, many developing neurons initially overextend their axons to inappropriate regions of the brain.”
“This is equivalent to taking a thin string that stretches from the ground to the top of the empire state building, and coiling it up so that it fits inside a sesame seed!”
“The luciferase reporter system consists of a set of genes that produce a luminescent protein—the same kind of protein that makes fireflies glow on a summer evening.”
Rushang R. Dave describes researches solutions to water scarcity in the Valsad area of South Gujarat.
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Undergraduate researcher Daniel Kramer describes a new application of using layers of solvents with different solutes to separate blood components.
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The cytokine IL-16 shows a promising ability to stabilize white blood cells in HIV patients.
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Inspired by natural processes, interconnected fish tanks both purify water and produce hydroponics.