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1 Getting to the core of nuclear speckles
2 Hyman to Present Keith Porter Lecture at Cell Bio Virtual 2020
3 How Human Cells Grow and Develop Revealed Through New Molecular Atlases
4 Human gene triggers bigger brain in monkeys
5 The 2021 HFSP Nakasone Award goes to Anthony Hyman and Clifford Brangwynne
6 Planet of the Apes redux? Human brain gene inserted into monkey fetuses enlarged their brains, raising ethical concerns
7 EMBO welcomes thirty Young Investigators
8 Experts Splice Human Genes Into Monkeys to Enhance Their Intelligence
9 Experiencing happiness likely contributed to the dramatic growth and complexity of the human brain
10 ERC Synergy Project studies drug tolerance in intractable fungal infections
11 Uh-Oh, Scientists Used Human Genes to Make Monkey Brains Bigger
12 FALSE: COVID-19 is not true, no evidence of a medical pandemic
13 Nereid Therapeutics Launches: ATP $50M Series A NewCo Co-Founded with Brangwynne, Pioneer of Biomolecular Condensates Field
14 Cell diversity in the embryo: Epigenetic factors control the development of an organism
15 Happiness and the Evolution of the Human Neocortex
16 Moles: Intersexual and genetically doped: Duplications and inversions of DNA segments lead to the masculinization of female moles
17 Role of Serotonin in The Developing Brain
18 Epigenetics and cell diversity in the embryo
19 Meet the Israeli scientist exploring ancient DNA
20 Breaks in the genome
21 Happiness and the evolution of brain size: Serotonin can act as a growth factor for the stem cells in the fetal human brain that determine brain size
22 The oldest Neanderthal DNA of Central-Eastern Europe
23 Priming the immune system to attack cancer | Penn Today
24 Monkeys Genetically Engineered with Human Brains!
25 July: bat1k-study | News and features
26 Researchers demonstrate that the length of the neurogenic period is a key determinant for brain size
27 Know when to fold ’em: How a company best known for playing games used A.I. to solve one of biology’s greatest mysteries
28 Female Moles Grow Testicles to Fight Through Their Brutal Underground Existence
29 Study unravels key behind bat’s superpowers
30 Swiss army knife for genome research
31 Genomic Basis of Bat Superpowers Could Provide New Insights into Coronavirus Resistance
32 Pioneering new Max Planck Schools aim to attract Ph.D. students to Germany
33 Biologist found dead during Crete conference
34 Two Nobel Prize wins for Max Planck Society
35 Six reference-quality genomes reveal evolution of bat adaptations
36 Princeton University professor discovers clues to Alzheimer's disease, wins largest unrestricted scientific prize
37 Here’s the science behind happiness and the evolution of brain size
38 By Losing Genes, Life Often Evolved More Complexity
39 Human brain size gene triggers bigger brain in monkeys
40 Human brain size gene triggers bigger brain in monkey fetus
41 27-Year-Old Suspect Charged in Murder of Max Planck Institute Scientist
42 Mole genome reveals why females have both ovaries and testicles
43 Illuminating Genetic Dark Matter
44 DNA repeats -- the genome's dark matter: First direct analysis of pathogenic sequence repeats in the human genome
45 AAAS announces leading scientists elected as 2020 fellows (contd.)
46 We can learn about life on other planets by studying viruses
47 The genetic secret of night vision
48 The major genetic risk factor for severe COVID-19 is inherited from Neanderthals
49 New Data on Genetic Expression In Severe COVID-19, Pre-Existing Immune Response
50 Raw Genetic Basis of Bats' Unique Adaptations and Remarkable Superpowers Revealed
51 Sarah-Maria Fendt and Markus Ralser awarded EMBO Gold Medal 2020
52 Human by Chance?
53 Unexpectedly potent protein droplets help explain hereditary diseases
54 Max Planck Institute Honors Murdered Scientist
55 Former Harvard researcher who harassed postdoc sparks row at Italian institute
56 Cellink to Acquire Scienion for €80M
57 Neanderthals May Have Had Heightened Sensitivity to Pain | Genetics, Paleoanthropology
58 SARS-CoV-2-reactive T cells in healthy donors and patients with COVID-19
59 Scientists create German COVID-19 OMICS Initiative to accelerate research
60 Study: Common Cold Viruses May Protect Against COVID-19
61 Ozlem Tastan Bishop – The Conversation
62 New chemical tools can control the concentration of lipids in living cells
63 Greek man admits to murder of US biologist in Crete
64 Epigenetic factors control mouse embryo development
65 Nature’s €9,500 open-access trial is showing just how absurd scientific publishing has become
66 Genome's Dark Matter Illuminated by CRISPR, Nanopore Sequencing
67 CRISPR and Nanopore Sequencing Shed New Light on Genome's Dark Matter
68 Dafna Bar-Sagi, Arul Chinnaiyan, Carl June, Christopher Lima, Miriam Merad, and John Schiller are among newly elected NAS members
69 Human mobility and Western Asia's early state-level societies
70 Female moles are intersex — they have testicle-like tissue that helps them grow big and tough
71 Observing the cell's protein factories during self-assembly: Electron microscopy images provide important insights into ribosome assembly
72 Rare Insights: Arndt Rolfs, CENTOGENE
73 Brangwynne, pioneer of cell biology, receives Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences
74 Importance of happiness in human brain development
75 The 19th Annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences awarded for pioneering studies in cell biology
76 Chemical tool developed to examine lipids in living cells
77 Remains of 17th century bishop support neolithic emergence of tuberculosis
78 Recreating evolution: Human gene triggers bigger brains in monkeys
79 Neolithic genomes from modern-day Switzerland indicate parallel ancient societies
80 Prowess of Bionano Genomics' Saphyr System in Uncovering Novel Genetic Variations That Cause Cancer and Genetic Disease in Full Display at ASHG 2020
81 New approach to curing HIV using novel gene and cell method
82 Greek man convicted of murdering US scientist on Crete
83 Oldest connection with Native Americans identified near Lake Baikal in Siberia
84 Genomic Analysis Reveals Many Animal Species May Be Vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2 Infection
85 DNA tracks mysterious Denisovans to Chinese cave, just before modern humans arrived nearby
86 Reproductive genome from the laboratory
87 Vietnam Has Very Rich Genetic Diversity, New Research Shows | Genetics
88 UC Berkeley's Jennifer Doudna wins 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
89 The evolving landscape of epigenomics: Measuring and manipulating methylation
90 Expert explains why there will be no designer babies in the near future
91 Ancient DNA Studies in the Near East Detail Complex, Interconnected Population Histories
92 Bioengineer Clifford Brangwynne named 2020 Blavatnik National Awards laureate
93 Mothers ensure their offspring's success through epigenetics
94 Y chromosomes of Neanderthals and Denisovans now sequenced: Neanderthals have adopted male sex chromosome from modern humans
95 Neandertals may have had a lower threshold for pain
96 Oldest reconstructed bacterial genomes link farming, herding with emergence of new disease
97 A new approach to study the role of Neandertal DNA during development
98 Duality in the human genome
99 Cells' 'lava lamp' effect could make drugs more powerful
100 Science Papers on Long Human-Canine Relationship, Population History of Early East Asians, More