A new study from the University of Rochester Medical Center in the United States, features a needle-free flu vaccine patch to can boost the immune system like a traditional flu shot without any negative side effects. The results of the study have been noted as an important step towards technology that could replace needle-based vaccination methods. “Our patch
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A £200 million project has been launched involving the government, charities and four leading pharma companies. The collaboration will support the complete sequencing of the genetic code of 500,000 participants at the UK Biobank health research resource. The amount of genetic data generated will be beyond vast, or roughly equivalent to around 600 billion pages
About one in 10 people is left handed and scientists have found the first genetic instructions hardwired into human DNA that are linked to being left-handed. The instructions also seem to be heavily involved in the structure and function of the brain, particularly the parts involved in language. The team at the University of Oxford