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Researchers invent tiny, light-powered wires to modulate brain's electrical signals - UChicago News


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... Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; Erin Adams, the Joseph Regenstein Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology; graduate students John Zimmerman (now at Harvard), Kelliann Koehler, Yuanwen Jiang and Andrew Phillips; postdoctoral researchers ...

Biology Seniors Put Science Under Microscope - Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology


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Scientific discoveries are being made around every corner of the Rose-Hulman campus, as demonstrated by biology students completing a variety of research projects for their senior-year thesis. Joseph Lee grew jimsonweed inside the William Alfred Cook ...

Stem cell vaccine helps protect mice against numerous cancers, finds study - News-Medical.net


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In a period of 4 weeks, 70% of the iPSC vaccinated mice completely rejected the newly injected breast cancer cells, whereas 30% had considerably smaller tumors. The influence of the iPSC vaccine was also validated for skin and lung cancers. Joseph C ...
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Joseph Felsenstein

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Profile of Joseph Felsenstein, Professor of Genome Sciences and of Biology at the University of Washington, providing his areas of research and publications.

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