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Cracking the Code for Multisite Synthetic Amino Acid Incorporation

Cracking the Code for Multisite Synthetic Amino Acid Incorporation

🕔22:50, 3.Mar 2016

A recent study published in Nature Biotechnology by a Yale University team revealed an efficient way for building new classes of biomaterials containing nonstandard amino acids.

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Halting Hemorrhage: Self-propelled microparticles offer new solution for extreme bleeding

Halting Hemorrhage: Self-propelled microparticles offer new solution for extreme bleeding

🕔12:29, 5.Feb 2016

Recently, researchers at the University of British Columbia designed a new method for stopping hemorrhaging. The system relies on microparticles that propel themselves upstream through blood, delivering coagulants to hard-to-reach wounds.

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Q&A: How Does Caffeine Affect Your Internal Clock?

Q&A: How Does Caffeine Affect Your Internal Clock?

🕔21:34, 3.Feb 2016

A double espresso shot delays the human circadian clock by an average of 40 minutes. How does
the most widely used psychoactive drug — caffeine — affect our internal timekeeping?

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Highly Aromatic with a Smooth, Microbial Finish: Yeast S. cerevisiae dictates the nuances of wine

Highly Aromatic with a Smooth, Microbial Finish: Yeast S. cerevisiae dictates the nuances of wine

🕔15:21, 3.Feb 2016

There’s a new reason to say ‘cheers’ to the microbe. For the first time, scientists have experimentally determined that the yeast S. cerevisiae has a significant influence on regional variations in wine flavor and smell.

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Phase Shifters: Scientists design proteins for targeted drug delivery

Phase Shifters: Scientists design proteins for targeted drug delivery

🕔18:42, 16.Nov 2015

Scientists are working towards better methods of drug delivery for diseases that attack the brain.

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Mosquitoes Resistant to Malaria: Scientists investigate the innate immune response in Anopheles gambiae

Mosquitoes Resistant to Malaria: Scientists investigate the innate immune response in Anopheles gambiae

🕔19:23, 10.Nov 2015

Anopheles gambiae is professor Richard Baxter’s insect of interest, and it is easy to see why: The mosquito species found in sub-Saharan Africa excels at transmitting malaria, one of the deadliest infectious diseases. “[Malaria] is a scourge of the developing

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ARMs Fight Cancer: A new class of synthetic molecules combats prostate cancer

ARMs Fight Cancer: A new class of synthetic molecules combats prostate cancer

🕔02:59, 9.Nov 2015

Yale researchers led by professor David Spiegel have developed ARMs, a new class of chemicals that can be used to treat prostate cancer and other diseases.

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Tiny Proteins with Big Functions

Tiny Proteins with Big Functions

🕔20:55, 4.Nov 2015

Contrary to common scientific belief, proteins need not be large to have powerful biological functions.

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East Meets West in Cancer Treatment: Ancient herbal remedies prove their worth in modern clinical trials

East Meets West in Cancer Treatment: Ancient herbal remedies prove their worth in modern clinical trials

🕔20:46, 4.Nov 2015

A Yale professor brings an ancient remedy to the forefront, showing that traditional herbs can combat cancer.

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Alumni Profile: Michele Swanson ’82

Alumni Profile: Michele Swanson ’82

🕔14:13, 4.Nov 2015

Michele Swanson ’82 is a professor of microbiology at the University of Michigan and a leader in the American Society for Microbiology.

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