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Dystopian "In Time" and Inequalities in Our Timeby Emily BeitiksBiopolitical TimesDecember 1st, 2011The dystopian future of Andrew Niccol's new film, In Time, resonates with current inequalities.
Gene Therapy Can Protect Against HIVAn introduced gene conveys long-lived resistance to HIV infection in mice.by Lauren GravitzNature NewsNovember 30th, 2011An introduced gene conveys long-lived resistance to HIV infection in mice.
New Buzz around Biological Hazardsby Emily BeitiksBiopolical TimesNovember 1st, 2011Recent reports highlight emerging biological engineering risks that might not be all that different from threats of bioterrorism, though the context of development surely differs.
Lab Fight Raises U.S. Security Issuesby Jennifer GollanNew York TimesOctober 22nd, 2011Biosafety expert Paul Rabinow resigned from the UC Berkeley-led Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center, and asserted that the Center is not doing enough to prevent a biological disaster.
Gene therapy and stem cells uniteby James GallagherBBC NewsTwo of the holy grails of medicine - stem cell technology and precision gene therapy - have been united for the first time in humans, say scientists.
Which Came First the Chicken or the Dinosaur?...Think Againby Emily BeitiksBiopolical TimesOctober 12th, 2011Paleontologist John Horner wants to create a living dinosaur by “reverse evolving” the chicken.
Cats as Experimental Animals for Human Diseasesby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesSeptember 15th, 2011Genetically modified cats have been created, partly in the hopes of advancing AIDS research.
Glowing transgenic cats could boost AIDS research by Andy CoghlanNew ScientistSeptember 11th, 2011Scientists hope genetically modified cats will lead to similar approaches to protecting humans from infection with HIV.
Set a bug to kill a bugby Marian TurnerNature NewsAugust 16th, 2011Engineered bacteria that can detect and kill human pathogens could provide a new way to treat antibiotic-resistant bacteria, although researchers say they won't be injected into people any time soon.
Identical Twins Are Genetically Differentby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesApril 5th, 2011Researchers looking for a genetic basis for schizophrenia report that monozygotic twins, always assumed to be genetically identical, in fact have different DNA.
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