Daily briefing: Why potentially useful human genes are being ignored by science

Daily briefing: Why potentially useful human genes are being ignored by science

Daily briefing: Why potentially useful human genes are being ignored by science, Published online: 19 September 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-06775-6

Why genetics research still focuses on the same old genes, a whole new level of quantum weirdness and lessons from a huge science scandal.
Source: Nature

China says Sweden violated tourists' human rights

  1. China says Sweden violated tourists’ human rights  CNN
  2. Beijing demands apology from Sweden after tourist thrown out of hotel by police  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. China urges Sweden to guarantee safety and legitimate rights of Chinese tourists  Xinhua
  4. How a hostel dispute became a diplomatic row between China and Sweden  The Local Sweden
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Experimental and computational framework for a dynamic protein atlas of human cell division

Experimental and computational framework for a dynamic protein atlas of human cell division

Experimental and computational framework for a dynamic protein atlas of human cell division, Published online: 10 September 2018; doi:10.1038/s41586-018-0518-z

Quantitative live-cell imaging provides a dynamic protein atlas of mitosis.
Source: Nature

'It's the dumbest experiment in human history': Elon Musk rails against fossil fuel use and climate change (TSLA)

  1. ‘It’s the dumbest experiment in human history’: Elon Musk rails against fossil fuel use and climate change (TSLA)  SFGate
  2. Tesla Stock Takes A Hit — After Elon Musk Does The Same  NPR
  3. Can CEOs Get Away With Smoking Pot?  Wall Street Journal
  4. Analysis: Elon Musk is hurting Tesla with his bizarre behavior  CNNMoney
  5. The Question for Elon Musk: Dude, What Are You, High?  Bloomberg
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Brazil's first human, a 'priceless' loss from Rio's museum fire

Brazil's first human, a 'priceless' loss from Rio's museum fireBrazil on Monday mourned the loss of the “first Brazilian,” Luzia, after the 12,000-year-old fossil was destroyed in a raging fire that ripped through Rio de Janeiro’s treasured National Museum. The jewel in the crown of the museum’s collection of 20 million valuable pieces, Luzia was the first human fossil found in Brazil, in the southwestern Minas Gerais state in 1970. “Luzia is a priceless loss for everyone interested in civilization,” Paulo Knauss, director at Brazil’s national history museum, told AFP.


Source: Yahoo! News

Oldest human remains in Brazil among artifacts destroyed in fire at 200-year-old Rio de Janeiro museum

  1. Oldest human remains in Brazil among artifacts destroyed in fire at 200-year-old Rio de Janeiro museum  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Fire Engulfs a Brazilian Museum, Threatening Hundreds of Years of History  New York Times
  3. Firefighters battle massive blaze at 200-year-old Rio museum  Washington Post
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