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    Engineered probiotics produce synthetic targets to facilitate immunotherapy of solid tumors by CAR T cells.

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    News OpenAI adds voice capabilities to the ChatGPT mobile app, which can carry on a conversation with the user through one of several available natural-sounding voices. Existing voice assistants such as Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant, and Cortana will need to follow quickly or risk becoming instantly obsolete.  Rumors suggest that OpenAI will soon launch AI-powered autonomous agents, which can…

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    Although the concept of studying cells within the context of their location in tissues has been around for decades, the recent emergence of new technologies in spatial biology is ushering the field into a whole new era. Spatial biology, and the increased interest being unlocked in understanding cellular organization at the single-cell level, have all the hallmarks of the next omics revolution. In this episode of GEN Live, we’ll talk to three experts, Dr. Rong Fan, Dr. Jasmine Plummer, and Dr. Nicholas

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    Fabric Health - 9 month(s) ago

    Introducing Fabric HealthTrusted, last-mile engagement Our ApproachWe help busy families where they already are — at the laundromat. 32M Americans show up every week. So do we. …

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    Online Event - 9 month(s) ago

    Although the concept of studying cells within the context of their location in tissues has been around for decades, the recent emergence of new technologies in spatial biology is ushering the field into a whole new era. Spatial biology, and the increased interest being unlocked in understanding cellular organization at the single-cell level, have all the hallmarks of the next omics revolution. In this episode of GEN Live, we’ll talk to three experts, Dr. Rong Fan, Dr. Jasmine Plummer, and Dr. Nicholas

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