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The research sheds light on a new model of cosmological dark matter

This article was reviewed based on Science X’s editorial process and policies. The editors have highlighted the following attributes ensuring the credibility of the content: verified peer-reviewed publication trusted source correct OK! The center of a dark matter fuzzy halo, labeled a “coherent solitonic nucleus” in the image above, is physically indistinguishable from a coherent… Read More »

Now in the making: Florida Coffee Research – The Apopka Voice

From UF/IFAS The United States is consistently among the top coffee-consuming nations in the world, largely importing its favorite beans from South American countries like Brazil and Colombia. University of Florida researcher Felipe Ferrao says the Sunshine State could become a global hub for coffee research. That’s why he’s conducting studies on the caffeine-containing drink… Read More »

DNA research is helping investigators track down suspects in unsolved cases. But how does it work? – The Boston globe

First, IGG is a methodology, David Gurney, an assistant professor at Ramapo College in New Jersey who directs the school’s Investigative Genetic Genealogy Center, said in an email, using the technique’s acronym. IGG practitioners combine genetic genealogy with desk research to produce clues in violent crime cases and to help identify human remains, according to… Read More »

Research to develop new therapies for rare diseases is ongoing at the Jackson Laboratory

image: Researchers led by Cathleen Lutz, Ph.D., are using an exciting new method, preclinical genome editing, to develop safe and effective therapies for rare diseases and bring them to the clinic. visualization Moreover Credit: The Jackson Lab Researchers led by Cathleen Lutz, Ph.D., are using an exciting new method, preclinical genome editing, to develop safe… Read More »

Parkinson’s Foundation Receives Robert W. Woodruff Foundation Grant to Increase Access to Genetic Research in Georgia

NEW YORK AND YOU LOVE ME, June 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Parkinson’s Foundation has received a grant from the Robert W. Woodruff Foundation to expand genetic testing, genetic counseling, and educational research opportunities for black and African Americans with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Through PD GENERATION: Mapping the future of Parkinson’s diseaseThe grant supports efforts… Read More »

Several features of Down syndrome may be linked to an overactive antiviral immune response, new research finds

People with Down syndrome, or trisomy 21, a genetic condition caused by an extra copy of the human chromosome 21, experienced a dramatic increase in life expectancy during the 20th century. In the early 1900s, fewer than 20% of infants with Down syndrome survived beyond the age of 5. In the United States today, more… Read More »

Israeli scientists suggest a solution to how the first galaxies formed

Recent observations made using the James Webb Space Telescope have surprisingly revealed an excess of massive galaxies in the universe, already appearing in the first half-billion years after the Big Bang. While these findings challenge existing knowledge about the formation of the first galaxies, Hebrew University researchers now propose a simple solution to this conundrum.… Read More »