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Overcoming Infertility Using Spermbots

Overcoming Infertility Using Spermbots Introduction: Fertility is the ability of the male and female to reproduce and the failure to reproduce is referred as infertility. According to World Health Organization (WHO) there are 2 types of infertilities named as primary infertility and the secondary infertility. Primary infertility is the complete …

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Resistance to Invading Phages: CRISPR/Cas9 in Bacteria

(Breakthrough in Genome Editing) In genetic engineering many attempts have been made to manipulate genomes of any organism. The ways of genome engineering commonly include homologous recombination, RNA interference (RNAi), Zinc-finger-nucleases. In homologous recombination the efficacy is very low due to the large distribution of similar flanking regions in the …

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Nanotechnology and Military Intelligence

Nanotechnology and Military Intelligence A new era of science began to emerge with the development of Scanning Electron Microscope in 1981 and after that many major breakthroughs in scientific history have been made. Many smaller objects that remained undetectable with the simple microscope were detected using Scanning Electron Microscope producing …

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Biosensors – A Scientific Breakthrough

Biosensors – A Scientific Breakthrough Biosensors are the devices that capture the biological signal and convert it into a detectable electrical signal. It involves the combination of biological entities like DNA, RNA, and Proteins/enzymes to the electrochemical transducers in order to detect and observe certain biological analytes like antibody-antigen interaction. …

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Camelina Oil as an Emerging Biofuel

Camelina Oil as an Emerging Biofuel Author: Hafiz Muhammad Arslan, B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture, 6th semester, Dept of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Co-Author: Dr. Farooq Ahmad Khan, Associate Professor, Dept of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan According to the theory of Entropy, the …

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PSYCHOLOGY, BEHAVIORAL ECONOMISTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE

Behavioral economists study how people make decisions. Their findings are not only relevant to economics but also to climate policy.  Recently there has been increasing interest in behavioral economics and the contribution from research by psychologists. The following draws particularly on the paper by the eminent behavioral economist Prof Matthew …

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Denunciation of climatic condition especially in monsoon season causes increase of dengue fever

Denunciation of climatic condition especially in monsoon season causes increase of dengue fever   With growing urbanization, industrialization, agricultural and other anthropogenic activities, fresh water resources such as rivers, lakes, streams and ground water are being depleted. Besides, these water resources are being contaminated with toxic metals, hospital waste, pharmaceuticals, …

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HOW OZONE DEPLETES BY CHLOROFLUROCARBON

Ozone layer is the most important for any type of the living organism on the earth when it is found in the stratosphere. Ozone is high reactive gas which has blue color. Ozone basically poisonous gas if inhaled can cause death. Ozone contains an extra atom of oxygen (O3). Ozone …

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