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    Alberta research promoted by Social Media fundraising

    Did you dunk yourself with ice water or grow a month-long moustache? Here's what the money raised from your efforts went towards!

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    Editing the editor: CRISPR gets an "undo" button

    Typo in biology? No problem! There is an "undo" button for CRISPR - gene editing that can snip and remove or replace errors in DNA segments.

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    Ottawa researchers discover that Duchenne muscular dystrophy is a stem cell disease

    The FYI on DMD - Dr. Michael Rudnicki discovers that Duchenne muscular dystrophy directly affects muscle stem cells, not just the fibres!

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    They said, some say

    When "some" or "they" have something to say - who do we believe more?

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    Canadian Queens - Sustaining and Securing Canada's Honey Bees Using ‘Omic’ Tools

    What's all the buzz about? Dr. Leonard Foster and Dr. Amro Zayed have a newly funded project looking at markers to selectively breed economically valuable traits for the Queens.

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    Gene Expression in Meditative and Yogic Practices

    Meditation: mind, body and GENES? Yoga has become a popular activity due to its numerous health benefits but did you know it could be linked to gene expression?

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    Canadian Stem-Cell Scientists Redefine How Blood is Made

    Have we been wrong about blood development all these years? Learn about Dr. John Dick's research and its future implications.

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    Gold-medal winning University of Lethbridge iGEM team may have answer for widespread agricultural problem

    The not-so-funny-fungus, Fusarium graminearum, is affecting many crops but the University of Lethbridge's iGEM team may have a solution!

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    New Report Outlines Women’s Experiences of Gender Bias in Canada’s Biotechnology Sector

    BioTalent Canada is acknowledging barriers for women in the biotechnology industry by conducting a national study and publishing a report - hopefully this can continue the momentum towards equality for women in the bio-economy!

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    ‘Magic’ plant discovery could lead to growing food in space

    What's on the menu on Mars?

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    After a Year of Disgraceful Sexism in Science, Congresswoman Speier Calls on the American Association for the Advancement of Science to Lead the Way to a Solution

    The shocking truth about sexism in science

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