Last Sunday I took a half-day field trip to see the museum and backstage storage facility of the large collection of Pleistocene fossils from the Fairmead Landfill. The repository was awesome: the whole upstairs of an old brick county building, loaded with fossils. There are two whole rooms with a sign on the door saying "Equus," each full of horse bones. Next to them is one labeled "Camelops." The rooms have large wooden cabinets with sliding shelves full of cleaned, labeled and cataloged
21 May 2013 18:00 PMParis, FranceCellectis (NYSE PA: ALCLS), the global genome engineering specialist, announced today that the high-impact scientific journal Nature Communications has published an in-house study on the development of Compact TALENTM, the next generation of mini TAL effector nucleases.
Unlike Cellectis’ first‑generation TALENTM, which require the dimerization of two molecules, this new tool based on Cellectis’ proprietary TAL effector nucleases technology makes it
by Joanne M. Hackett, OBR-Cambridge Correspondent On May 14th in The Avery, a popular pub in the heart of Cambridge, a series of biotechnology talks occurred. May sound a bit strange having biotech talks in a pub, but that is because it is! This year a new sort of science festival, called Pint of Science, [...]The post Cambridge Pint of Science presents: Stem cells – hype or hope? appeared first on Oxbridge Biotech.
Looking east to the head and source of the Big Obsidian Flow, on the south side of Newberry Volcano. I posted a panorama of this whole vista three weeks ago, but today I want to focus on something that never quite looked right to me, and offer a couple possible explanations. In the following annotated version of the above photo, I've highlighted the rim on the uphill side of the dome and flow. I've also marked the location of China Hat, an apparent cinder cone that nevertheless has a very […]