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The Dark Side of the Bone

The discovery of stem cell light and darkness cycles may advance bone marrow transplantation according to new research. Bone marrow replenishes the blood daily with billions of short-lived mature cells,…

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When the Brain’s GPS Goes Off the Grid

In a new study just published in Nature, Weizmann Institute of Science researchers, in collaboration with colleagues from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, unveiled for the first time how three-dimensional…

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Science Tips, July 2013

GUIDED GROWTH OF NANOWIRES LEADS TO SELF-INTEGRATED CIRCUITS Researchers working with tiny components in nanoelectronics face a challenge similar to that of parents of small children: teaching them to manage…

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‘Time Machine’ Reveals Protein Evolution

Discovering how proteins originated and developed is the focus of research in the lab of Professor Dan Tawfik of the Weizmann Institute’s Biomolecular Sciences Department, and where, with the help…

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