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How Really Tiny Particles Fix Really Big Diseases

How Really Tiny Particles Fix Really Big Diseases

Adam Pissaris October 5, 2014 0

Researchers in the Saltzman Lab have manufactured nanoparticles capable of carrying drugs that edit the genome and correct mutations responsible for diseases like cystic fibrosis

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Form, Function, and Temperature: Advances in Computer-Aided Enzyme Design

Form, Function, and Temperature: Advances in Computer-Aided Enzyme Design

Zachary Miller April 13, 2014 0

Enzymes are indispensible for life, and, increasingly, for medicine and industry. Now, researchers have succeeded in designing enzymes tailored to work at specific temperatures.

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Light and Truth: Photon Control for Quantum Computing

Light and Truth: Photon Control for Quantum Computing

Grace Pan April 13, 2014 0

Yale physicists have harvested and controlled light photons to serve as storage bits for quantum information.

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A Personalized Treatment for Cancer: Unlocking the Potential for a Cure

A Personalized Treatment for Cancer: Unlocking the Potential for a Cure

Mariana Do Carmo April 13, 2014 0

Dr. Murat Gunel and colleagues at the Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital used advanced genetic technology to map out an 18-month-old girl’s genetic sequence, diagnose her with a rare liver cancer, and provide a

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