Post Profile






Science at cusp of 'transformational' grasp of life via cell modeling, researchers say

(University of Kansas) Advances in molecular biology and computer science may lead to a three-dimensional computer model of a cell, the fundamental unit of life, heralding a new era for biological research, medical science, and human and animal health.
read more

share

Related Posts


Neurodevelopmental Model of Williams Syndrome Offers Insight Into Human Social Brain

Health : Newswise Medical News

In a study spanning molecular genetics, stem cells and the sciences of both brain and behavior, researchers at University of California San Diego, with colleagues at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and elsewhere, have crea...

Model Highlights Some Viral Weak Points Of Flu Viruses

Health : Medical News Today

Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have made a major advance in understanding how flu viruses replicate within infected cells. The researchers used cutting-edge molecular biology and electron-microscopy techniques t...

Professor uses frogs to conduct embryonic cell research

Academics / Biology : Physorg: Biology

Mick Yoder, assistant professor of biology at Penn State Brandywine, is using a colony of frogs to study cell behavior in embryonic development.

Synthetic Biology Institute Launched By UC Berkeley To Advance Research In Biological Engineering

Health : Medical News Today

An alliance of top researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, has formed the UC Berkeley Synthetic Biology Institute (SBI), advancing efforts to engineer cells and biological systems in ways that promise to transform tec...

Science at cusp of 'transformational' grasp of life via cell modeling, researchers say

Academics / Biology : Physorg: Biology

A paper recently published in the Journal of Molecular Biology shows how advances in molecular biology and computer science around the world soon may lead to a three-dimensional computer model of a cell, the fundamental unit of life...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC