Diffusion Science radio: Singing frogs and spliced mice

Singing frogs and spliced mice


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Spliced mice and oral HIV vaccines by Ian Woolf,
Dr Jodi Rowley from the Australian Museum Research Institute talks about her search for rare amphibians at Inspiring Science,
Gemma Sharp's Three Minute thesis: "Paying for Lip Service",
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf

Inspiring Science
Dr Greta Frankham and Dr Jodi Rowley (photo by Jackie Randles)

The Australian Museum
Jodi Rowley

Humanized Foxp2 accelerates learning by enhancing transitions from declarative to procedural performance
McGovern neuroscientists identify key role of language gene
Scientists make mice learn tasks faster by splicing human brain gene into their DNA

Mucosal SIV vaccines comprising inactivated virus particles and bacterial adjuvants induce CD8+ T-regulatory cells that suppress SIV-positive CD4+ T-cell activation and prevent SIV infection in the macaque model
More surprises in the development of an HIV vaccine
Scientists have “unexpectedly” found a vaccine that completely blocks HIV infection in monkeys
2013-10-18 13.20.32
Gemma Sharp


October 20, 2014

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