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decoding the genome's cryptic language




image: artistic rendering of rna-dna interactions. a 3-d structure of tightly coiled dna is depicted as the body of a dragon in chinese myth. interacting rnas are depicted as hairs, whiskers... view more credit: victor o. leshykbioengineers at the university of california san diego have developed a...



the proteins that domesticated our genomes




epfl scientists have carried out a genomic and evolutionary study of a large and enigmatic family of human proteins, to demonstrate that it is responsible for harnessing the millions of transposable elements in the human genome. the work reveals the largely species-specific gene-regulatory networks ...



why do shorter men go bald more often?




image: stefanie heilmann-heimbach and markus nöthen from the institute of human genetics at the university of bonn, in collaboration with colleagues, identified over 60 alterations in the human genome that increase... view more credit: © photo: andreas stein/institut für humangenetikshort men ma...



climate research needs greater focus on human populations




climate change research needs a greater focus on changing population structures when assessing future human vulnerability, argue iiasa researchers in a new perspective article in the journal nature climate change. climate research has provided a range of scenarios of showing how climate change will ...



principles of 3-d genome folding and gene expression studied across species




it seems like a feat of magic. human dna, if stretched out into one, long spaghetti-like strand, would measure 2 meters (six feet) long. and yet, all of our dna is compacted more than 10,000 times to fit inside a single cell. how is this accomplished while preserving the overall, vital genomic organ...



new database of dna viruses and retroviruses debuts




there are more microbes in, on, and around the planet than there are stars in the milky way. microbes affect food production; air quality; natural breakdown of plants, trees and biomass; soil quality for agriculture; and much more. to work with these microbes, scientists need to learn more about how...



suduko hints at new encoding strategy for dna data storage




researchers affiliated with columbia university and the new york genome center have reported a new encoding method that makes it possible to come close to the theoretical maximum for dna data storage.in research published in the journal science, the team says its encoding method achieved a 60% in...



sudoku hints at new encoding strategy for dna data storage




researchers affiliated with columbia university and the new york genome center have reported a new encoding method that makes it possible to come close to the theoretical maximum for dna data storage.in research published in the journal science, the team says its encoding method achieved a 60% in...



revealing aspergillus diversity for industrial applications




image: this is the comparative growth of aspergilli. view more credit: ad wiebenga & ronald de vries, westerdijk fungal biodiversity institute, utrecht, the netherlandsin the world of fungi, aspergillus is an industrial superstar. aspergillus niger, for example, has been used for decades to produce...



intelligent machines are changing recruiting




new york city—the growing use of artificial intelligence (ai) and machine learning can help recruiters become smarter and faster at finding and engaging the right candidates. it may also fundamentally change the future of work and hiring, according to industry analysts.research firm gartner predic...



principles of 3-d genome folding and gene expression studied across species




the evolution of globin gene domain 3-d organization exhibits a tendency to the formation of globular structures. embryonic and adult globin genes are designated with light grey and dark grey circles, respectively. the major regulatory element (mre) of the danio rerio major globin gene locus and α-...



penn study parses influence of genes and environment in metabolic disease




image: white fat stores energy, while brown fat dissipates energy by producing heat, mediated by uncoupling protein 1, or ucp1. view more credit: ray soccio, md, phd, perelman school of medicine, university of pennsylvaniaphiladelphia - by comparing two strains of mice -- one that becomes obese and...



talent management software market worth to reach $11,367 million by 2019 | human




according to a market research report published by marketsandmarkets, the global talent management software market is expected to grow from $5,270.3 million in 2014 to $11,367.0 million by 2019, at a compound annual growth rate (cagr) of 16.6%. the success of every organization is based on the perf...



new study reveals air pollution can alter effectiveness of antibiotics




air pollution can change the way bacteria behave and can change their potential to cause disease interdisciplinary research discovers new mechanism of how air pollution is detrimental to our health and well-being developing megacities with extreme levels of air pollution are major risk factors for h...



new tool to map rna-dna interactions could help researchers translate gene seque




artistic rendering of rna-dna interactions. a 3-d structure of tightly coiled dna is depicted as the body of a dragon in chinese myth. interacting rnas are depicted as hairs, whiskers and claws, which are essential for the dragon to function. credit: victor o. leshykbioengineers at the university of...



researchers find neurological link between religious experiences and epilepsy




image: greyson holliday, a mizzou undergraduate student studying psychology, found a strong correlation between philosophical religious thoughts and epilepsy. view more credit: mu news bureaucolumbia, mo. - a relationship between epilepsy and heightened religious experiences has been recognized sin...



aphrodisiac perfumes likely fake: study




scientists still debate whether pheromones used in aphrodisiac perfumes actually play any role in human matingmany animal species are known to give off chemical signals to attract sexual partners, but scientists still debate whether pheromones used in aphrodisiac perfumes actually play any role in h...



dogs, toddlers show similarities in social intelligence




most dog owners will tell you they consider their beloved pets to be members of their families. now new research suggests that dogs may be even more like us than previously thought.evan maclean, director of the arizona canine cognition center at the university of arizona, found that dogs and 2-year-...



research uncovers potential health risks of travel to mars




winston-salem, n.c. - march 8, 2017 - sending a manned mission to mars requires more than a powerful launch rocket. prep work also includes learning how a three-year space flight could affect the human body. with funding from the national aeronautics and space administration (nasa), researchers at t...



study finds gender gap at toronto research institution




a review initiated by st. michael's hospital found that a significant gender gap exists across all job descriptions, research disciplines and academic rankings at its research institute.



first crispr single-nucleotide edited transgenic mice




cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, huntington's disease and phenylketonuria are all examples of disorders caused by the mutation of a single nucleotide, a building block of dna. the human dna consists of approximately 3 billion nucleotides of four types: adenine (a), cytosine (c), guanine (g), and...



concurrent heat waves, air pollution exacerbate negative health effects of each




the combination of prolonged hot spells with poor air quality greatly compounds the negative effects of each and can pose a major risk to human health, according to new research from the university of california, irvine.



companies failing to embrace customer diversity: report




a new report by australia’s human rights council has found that ignoring customer diversity is bad for business. new research focused on improving the customer experience found consumers from diverse backgrounds are at times not being treated respectfully.‘missing out: the business case for cust...



companies 'missing out' by failing to embrace customer diversity




a new report by australia’s human rights commission has found that ignoring customer diversity is bad for business. new research focused on improving the customer experience found consumers from diverse backgrounds are at times not being treated respectfully.‘missing out: the business case for c...



companies—and hr departments—need data analysts




move over, people skills. the proficiency that gets you your next hr job might just be number crunching. today’s human resource departments rely heavily on people who can break down and analyze lots of information, and demand for that talent is growing. that’s no surprise: as technology advances...