Tag: the transhumanist

08/05/2018 / / Biotechnology

It was promised to change the world when a human’s genetic information that is known as the genome, that was mapped 15 years ago. So far, the optimists have anticipated an era in which all genetic diseases would be eliminated. Pessimists feared widespread genetic discrimination. Neither of these hopes and fears has been realized.

Read the Post Are we really prepared for the genetic revolution that’s coming?

07/29/2018 / / Biotechnology

Brief about the Genomic Medicine:
– The first two U.S.-approved autologous T-cell immunotherapies, Kymriah and Yescarta, are commercially available in 2018.
– Three leading gene therapy companies have been acquired in the last nine months for a combined $30 billion.
– Catalysts over the next year are poised to drive group valuations.

Read the Post Genomic Medicine: Catch The Gene Therapy Wave

07/20/2018 / / Biotechnology
07/15/2018 / / Biotechnology

We all know that exposure to extremely loud noises, whether it’s an explosion, a firecracker or even a concert; can lead to a permanent hearing loss. Moreover knowing about how to provide treatment for noise-induced hearing loss, that affects nearly about 15 percent of American’s total population, has on a large scale remained a mystery. Read the Post Simple treatment for minimizing hearing loss triggered by loud noises

07/07/2018 / / Biotechnology

At the University of Copenhagen, a study from a team of researchers has demonstrated a way to completely stop a body’s ability to store fat. In experiments with mice, with this experiment, the team showed up that deleting one enzyme resulted in the animal to not being able to gain weight, even if the animal is fed fatty diet. Read the Post Deletion of single enzyme stops mice getting fat, no matter the diet