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Optimers Bring Precision to Cancer Research and Therapeutics

This webinar will be hosted live and available on-demandTuesday, May 21, 202411:00 AM- 12:00 PM ET Aptamers, initially discovered as short …
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Viewing the Glioblastoma Tumor Microenvironment at Single Cell Resolution

This webinar will be hosted live and available on-demandThursday, May 16, 202410:00 -11:00 AM ET Using …
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Cancer Cells Spread When They Stop Recycling Waste

Cells perpetually produce mountains of waste, such as damaged proteins or haywire organelles, but they …
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Some Bats Buzz Like Hornets to Deter Predators

Much as some harmless snakes have evolved coloring that mimics that of their poisonous relatives, …
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Reshuffled Genomes May Explain Cephalopods’ Smarts

Octopuses, squids, and cuttlefish—together referred to as the coleoid, or soft-bodied, cephalopods—are astonishingly clever, dextrous, …
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Science Snapshot: Down but Not Out

Researchers catch and release a vaquita in 2017, obtaining genetic information used in the current …
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Some Bats Buzz Like Hornets to Deter Predators

Much as some harmless snakes have evolved coloring that mimics that of their poisonous relatives, some bats make buzzing noises …
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Reshuffled Genomes May Explain Cephalopods’ Smarts

Octopuses, squids, and cuttlefish—together referred to as the coleoid, or soft-bodied, cephalopods—are astonishingly clever, dextrous, …
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Science Snapshot: Down but Not Out

Researchers catch and release a vaquita in 2017, obtaining genetic information used in the current …
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Measuring Mutagenesis with Precision Genome Editing

When scientists first began applying CRISPR for genome editing in human cells, it opened the …
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Fighting Tumors with DNA Origami

The immune system works tirelessly to nip cancer cells in the bud, but occasionally a tumor …
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