Tag Archives: Cancer

  • How Medical Research Works

    Posted on July 30, 2015 by Editor in Articles.

    Arul M. Chinnaiyan was born near Cleveland, Ohio, but spent his first years in a suburb of Chicago, the elder of two sons whose parents came from India. His father was an electrical engineer, his mother a housewife. Chinnaiyan graduated from Michigan and remained there as an assistant professor in pathology and urology. He established […]

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  • Tal Danino

    Programming Bacteria to Fight Cancer

    Posted on June 8, 2015 by Editor in Articles.

    “You may not realize this, but there are more bacteria in your body than stars in our entire galaxy” So starts a recent TED talk by Tal Danino about reprogramming our own body’s bacteria farms to detect cancer. This short but fascinating talk has Tal outlining first his work in making bacteria glow a certain […]

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