New on Science Exchange: VR Tech, Cancer Genetics, Stem Cell-based Organoids

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Chandreyee Das, Ph.D. | Senior Content Manager, Science Exchange | blog.scienceexchange.com Virtual Reality Software: Explore biology at nanoscale From “Fantastic Voyage” (1966) to “A Wind in the Door” (1973), fiction has adored the idea of exploring the body at cellular and molecular levels. Now, virtual reality (VR) software, combined with the computational power afforded by blockchain […]

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Guest post: It’s an exciting time to be studying human genetics

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This is a guest post by Mark Kaganovich, PhD candidate in Genetics at Stanford University and Founder of SolveBio (full bio below).  It’s an exciting time to be studying human genetics.  Advances in genomic technologies mean that we are rapidly accumulating information about the genetic differences between individuals and across populations. But, how do those differences in […]

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