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Harvard study finds cells recall their early development

When cells grow up, they remember their childhoods. A new study has found that adult cells keep a record of which genes were activated during their early development. Even more surprisingly, the memory is retrievable: Under certain lab conditions, cells can play the story of their development in reverse, switching on genes that were active… Read More »

Drinking contexts associated with early onset of alcohol intoxication among adolescents

Early onset drinking, drinking and intoxication at an early age among adolescents, has been identified as a primary risk for later heavy drinking, alcohol problems, and alcohol dependence among youth and young adults. To prevent or delay early onset drinking, we must know more about the modifiable circumstances that enable these behaviors. New research by… Read More »

Datacloud Global Congress Announces Early Speaker Line-up

London/Monaco – 8th February 2019 – Datacloud Global Congress, Monaco June 4-6 2019, the industry’s premier networking and deal making leadership forum will focus on enterprise digital transformation, the advent of Edge and 5G, infrastructure and Investment as major themes for this year’s conference. In addition Joanna Lumley will be hosting the annual Datacloud Awards… Read More »