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Following Healthy Lifestyle Might Mitigate High Genetic Risk Of Cancer

Posted in Medicine, Science on 3rd Aug, 2021
by Alex Muller

A new study conducted by researchers from the American Association for Cancer Research explored how consumers' lifestyles can impact their risk of developing cancer, even in individuals with a high genetic risk.

New Cancer Treatments May Be On The Horizon, Thanks To MRNA Vaccines

Posted in Medicine, Science on 1st Aug, 2021
by Alex Muller

What we’re trying to do with the mRNA vaccine for cancer is alert the immune system to the tumor so the immune system will attack it, it’s basically biological software,”

A Vision For The Next Decade Of UK Life Sciences

Posted in Business, Medicine, Science on 1st Aug, 2021
by Alex Muller

It may set a bold ambition to increase funding for UK life science, but what could the government’s Life Sciences Vision mean for cancer research? Here we summaries the plan and find out how Cancer Research UK influenced its formation.

Deepmind’s Alphafold, Deep Learning AI, Is Poised To Solve One Of Most Significant Challenges In Biology

Posted in Medicine, Reviews, Science on 27th Jul, 2021
by Alex Muller

Thanks to AI, we now have stunningly powerful tools to decode the structures of life. Recently, both DeepMind and the University of Washington described deep learning-based methods to solve protein folding, the last step of compiling the programming in our DNA, as a “once in a generation advance.”

Record High Temperature For Antarctica Confirmed By WMO

Posted in Science on 4th Jul, 2021
by Alex Muller

Such readings are important because Antarctica is one of the fastest warming regions on Earth and is a major driver of climate.