A new family of adenoviral vectors has been found to be better at delivering genetic cargo

Gene therapies can treat and potentially even cure some genetic diseases, but it’s difficult to get therapies to the parts of the body that need them. The researchers engineered viruses called adeno-associated viruses (AAVs) to carry cargo-; Like a working copy of the gene -; to specific cells and organs, but they do not always … Read more

Study reveals new rules for lineage evolution

The hypothalamus, one of the most complex brain regions in the mammalian nervous system, contains an astonishing diversity of neurons that regulate endocrine, autonomic, and behavioral functions. It not only regulates food consumption, water intake, body temperature, circadian rhythm and sleep to maintain the survival of individual organisms, but also controls the onset of puberty … Read more

Mental health: How to get better in troubled times

In the midst of the great impact of the cost of living crisis, global recession In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ongoing war in Ukraine and other conflicts in some parts of the world, and political imbalances, maintaining our mental health is becoming more and more difficult. As historical events pile up and … Read more

Stanford Medicine scientists receive $10 million for sleep and autism research

A group of Stanford University medical scientists have been awarded nearly $10 million from the National Institutes of Health’s Centers of Excellence for Autism Program. The funding, announced by the National Institutes of Health on September 6, will support research on the relationship between sleep disturbance and symptoms of autism. This is the first time … Read more

Inevitably biased visual AI risk management

Scientists have always worked on developing machines Trying to imitate the human brain. Just as humans are subjected to systemic injustice, so are machines learn Human-like stereotypes and cultural norms from social and cultural statements, gaining prejudices and associations in the process. our research It shows that bias is not only reflected in language patterns, … Read more