A new report from the Hastings Center has advised against the genomic sequencing of all newborns, a venture that researchers and clinicians have been debating since the cost of sequencing began to decrease.
Researchers from the Francis Crick Institute have revealed how vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage and kale help to maintain a healthy gut and protect against colon cancer.
Researchers have identified distinct patterns of genetic mutation among patients with ovarian cancer that could help them understand the disease and personalise treatment in the future.
Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark have said that the network of microscopic tunnels found inside garnet crystals is evidence of organisms having made these minerals their home.
Researchers have demonstrated that the addition of nanocellulose fibres to the food of animals significantly reduces the amount of ingested fat that reaches the bloodstream.
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