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Aptos Solar Technology’s DNA Modules Pass Extended Reliability Testing

Aptos Solar Technology, a supplier of high-performance solar modules, announces a successful completion of accelerated environmental tests performed by Renewable Energy Testing Center (RETC). The data revealed from testing confirms…

Study shows possible new way to create DNA base pairs — ScienceDaily

In the search for the chemical origins of life, researchers have found a possible alternative path for the emergence of the characteristic DNA pattern: According to the experiments, the characteristic…

Nanoparticles with synthetic DNA can control release of active agents — ScienceDaily

Medications often have unwanted side-effects. One reason is that they reach not only the unhealthy cells for which they are intended, but also reach and have an impact on healthy…

Cathy Freeman’s Olympic victory etched into Australia’s DNA 20 years on

Cathy Freeman’s triumphant Olympic moment two decades ago officially became part of Australia’s genome Friday, with the nation’s archivists using synthetic DNA data storage to preserve the footage. As footage…

‘Thank you, Jesus’: DNA technology led to arrest in 1974 cold case murder of Carla Walker

Carla Walker was kidnapped in February of 1974. Her body was found in a culvert two days later near Benbrook Lake. This story is developing and will continue to be…

DA: New DNA test identifies suspect in 1994 rape of woman in Attlebooro | Local News

ATTLEBORO — It was June 9, 1994, when a woman in her mid-30s was accosted by three men on Pleasant Street near the railroad bridge. The three men forced her…

Sweeping DNA Survey Highlights Vikings’ Surprising Genetic Diversity | Smart News

The term “Viking” tends to conjure up images of fierce, blonde men who donned horned helmets and sailed the seas in longboats, earning a fearsome reputation through their violent conquests…

Scientists raid DNA to explore Vikings’ genetic roots

In popular imagination, Vikings were robust, flaxen-haired Scandinavian warriors who plundered the coastlines of northern Europe in sleek wooden battleships. But despite ancient sagas that celebrate seafaring adventurers with complex…

An Indigenous bioethicist on CRISPR and decolonizing DNA | NOVA

When scientists set out to sequence the entire human genome in 1990, it was considered an undertaking on par with splitting the atom or landing on the Moon. They finished…

Drexel Medicine Researchers Develop New Technology to Target DNA Damage Repair in Cancer Patients | Now

Health Drexel Medicine Researchers Develop New Technology to Target DNA Damage Repair in Cancer Patients A team of Drexel University College of Medicine researchers is advancing a way to destroy…