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During embryonic development, proteins called Polycomb group complexes turn genes off when and where their activity must not be present, preventing specialized tissues and organs from forming in the wrong places.
LONDON, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Europe is moving towards becoming a knowledge-based economy. Keeping in line with this objective, the European commission has instituted the Framework 7 (FP7) programme.
The Catâ€™s Paw Nebula is a huge stellar nursery, the birthplace of hundreds of massive stars.
ESAâ€™s Technology Transfer Program's booth â€˜ESA Space Appsâ€™ at this yearâ€™s Hanover Fair will present a number of impressive spin-offs and technology transfers, illustrating the huge untapped potential of advanced space technology for European non-space business.
GRENOBLE, France, April 12, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Despite its Recent Discovery, one of the Best-Preserved Hominid Fossils has Already Been Analysed with Synchrotron Light Prof.
Despite its recent discovery in South Africa, one of the best-preserved hominid fossil ever discovered has already been analyzed with synchrotron light.
EMBL-EBI researchers present global map of human gene expression.
GRENOBLE, France, April 8, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Despite its Recent Discovery, one of the Best-Preserved Hominid Fossils has Already Been Analysed with Synchrotron Light Prof.
IRVING, Texas, March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Leaders of the Electronic Security Association (ESA), the nation's largest and longest-serving electronic security trade association, today announced a stricter code of ethics and stronger standards of conduct for its members which represent over 2,800 U.S.
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