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Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Cells Are the New CureSubtitle: The Cutting-Edge Medical Breakthroughs That Are Transforming Our HealthAuthor: Robin L. Smith MD, Max Gomez PhD, Sanjay Gupta MD - ForewordNarrator: Randye KayeFormat: UnabridgedLength: 8 hrs and 35 minsLanguage: EnglishR ...…
 
Cloning is an identical genetic copy of a living organism. In the year 1996, scientists successfully cloned a sheep, naming the clone Dolly. This is the most commonly known clone that has existed. According to the article Cloning by Biotechnology: In Context, cloning is used for many things from Therapeutic cloning to reproductive cloning. Thes ...…
 
Jane Ferguson: Hi, everyone. Welcome to Episode 08 of Getting Personal: -Omics of the Heart. I'm Jane Ferguson, and this podcast is brought Circulation Cardiovascular Genetics and the AJ Functional Genomics and Translational Biology Council. This is the September 2017 episode, and this month we delve into some of the newest research coming out ...…
 
Last week, Clinton, Nathan, and Aaron discussed the scientific evidence for the pro-life position. This week, we talk about objections that are commonly raised from people who aren't particularly knowledgeable regarding the science of embryology. Some of the objections we respond to are "An acorn is not an oak tree," "the unborn entity is just ...…
 
There are different types of stem Cells, there are embryonic stem cells, which are pluripotent, meaning, they can become any type of cell in the body.For the purposes of this story we are talking about multipotent stem cells and as adults we have them in every tissue of our body. These Cells have the potential to become multiple different types ...…
 
Brian Johnston and Ashley McPartlin discuss legislation introduced for the two-year session of the California legislature 2017 2018 Brian gives background on the nature of legislation; it is simply being ideas that are enforced. There is a critical need for pro-life individuals to be aware of, and comfortable in the realm of ideas. If you are n ...…
 
My guest today is Dr Daisy Robinton. I met Daisy at Wired Health in London earlier this year where she delivered a tremendous talk about CRISPR-Cas9 and once I heard it, I knew I had to ask her to come here on the program to share her insights and inspiration into the field of bioengineering. Daisy is a scientist in gene editing at Harvard Univ ...…
 
Shinya Yamanaka and John B. Gurdon were awarded the Nobel Prize in 2012 "for the discovery that mature cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent". This enabled researchers and physicians to produce stem cells from patient tissues through an easy induction process. These induced pluripotent stem cells (iPCs) are the answer to many problems ...…
 
We're talking to Dr. Harry Adelson who is an expert at stem cell therapy and the founder of Docere Clinics in Park City, Utah. Dr. Adelson is one of the most experienced practitioners in the world with use of autologous stem cells for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain conditions. He’s deeply knowledgeable about various aspects of stem cell ...…
 
[This show first aired February 25, 2008.] Phil Bowermaster, Stephen Gordon, and PJ Manney discuss movies and the future. How memes, like "Americans are stupid," stick around regardless of their truth. They were surprised that some Americans object to nanotech for moral reasons. They wondered whether people have confused nanotech with embryonic ...…
 
2017 is shaping up to be a pivotal year in so many ways. Basic research is suffering funding cuts, government agencies are being silenced, and changes in immigration laws threaten to drive away our best and brightest scientists. Yet suddenly there has emerged a glimmer of hope. The Women's March on Washington started on social media with those ...…
 
Tweet Liberals – Conservatives – What’s the Difference? Conservatives believe in personal responsibility and limited government. They believe in traditional American values and a strong national defense. https://quizlet.com/54585131/us-government-test-1-flash-cards/ Conservatives – Red State Inhabitants Big government, big business. Gay rights, ...…
 
Cultured meat, more frequently known as "lab meat," is an upcoming culinary and potentially ecological innovation that will become a growing topic of excitement and controversy in the near future. Rumor Flies interviews Daan Luining of New Harvest in order to shed some light on what cultured meat is, what it isn't, and how it may play an import ...…
 
Cultured meat, more frequently known as "lab meat," is an upcoming culinary and potentially ecological innovation that will become a growing topic of excitement and controversy in the near future. Rumor Flies interviews Daan Luining of New Harvest in order to shed some light on what cultured meat is, what it isn't, and how it may play an import ...…
 
Tweet Liberals – Conservatives – What’s the Difference? The epithets conservatives or liberals are used to describe political and economic views and affiliations. The meaning of “conservative” or “liberal” could be different in different contexts – social, economic and political. They also differ in usage in different countries and over time. B ...…
 
Georgette Forney, speaker.The acceptance of legalized assisted suicide, combined with the erosion of conscientious rights in healthcare decisions, demands that we as Christians be better prepared to address aging and dying concerns for ourselves and loved one. In this workshop Georgette Forney will outline ways to equip and empower yourself so ...…
 
The live recording of our Cafe Series (an adult faith event in which a topic is addressed and questions raised - Catholics asking for faith explanations) on November 3, 2016. Topic was "Of Religion and politics". What issues do we as Catholics need to be must concerned about as we vote? Can we vote for a pro-abortion candidate? Why is abortion, ...…
 
In this installment of the Blue Streak Science Podcast we have expanded the Science Roundup from three to six topics. It's so much fun talking about the latest science that even the expanded version seems to end way too soon. How can one not like it? We talked about newly discovered antibiotic properties of Tasmanian Devil milk, and wondered al ...…
 
SUMMARY The power of belief determines the power of your personality. Today’s world is very stressful and filled with negativities created by most people because of having unattained goals or having unwanted things. It is very common to hear people blaming their genes for everything that are happening to them. In this interview with Dr. Bruce L ...…
 
During an average lifetime, a human heart beats two-and-a-half billion times. But how does it start, and what came first—the heart or the beating? Scientists think they put their finger on the first heartbeat, which occurs in the embryo long before there’s anything that even remotely resembles the heart, as reported in the journal eLIFE. The st ...…
 
A scientist in Sweden has started trying to edit the DNA in healthy human embryos, NPR has learned.The step by the developmental biologist Fredrik Lanner makes him the first researcher known to attempt to modify the genes of healthy human embryos. That has long been considered taboo because of safety and ethical concerns.Lanner is attempting to ...…
 
For 100 million years, all our ancestors reproduced basically the same way. A male reproductive organ deposited sperm into a female reproduction organ, where it could fertilize eggs — leading to baby ancestral tetrapods, mammals, primates, and eventually humans. The past 60 years have seen this begin to change, first with clinically available a ...…
 
Oct. 17, 2005 - Stem cell researchers, led by Dan Kaufman, have coaxed human embryonic stem cells to create cancer-killing cells in the laboratory.
 
Guest We bring on professor and researcher Dr. Christine Pratt from the University of Ottawa… The post Ep. 71: “Stem Cells and Breast Cancer” Featuring Dr. Christine Pratt appeared first on Stem Cell Podcast.
 
Carrie McClure: New advances in medicine are improving our lives almost every day and one of the most exciting developments is the use of stem cells. Dr. Bill Johnson of Innovations Medical cell center is here to talk about the stem cell work done right here in north Texas. It’s very exciting and it’s good to see you. Dr. Bill Johnson: Good mor ...…
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
The bulk of biological research is centered on a handful of species. Are we missing a huge chunk of interesting biology?
 
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