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Is the body key to understanding consciousness?

Is the body key to understandingconsciousness? | Consciousness | The Guardian

 

Self-taught AI may have a lot in common with the human brain

Neural networks can useself-supervised learning to figure out what matters. This process might be whathelps humans do the same.

Self-Taught AI May Have a Lot inCommon With the Human Brain | WIRED

 

After $100 M deal, J&J links gene therapy to improved vision in early-phase trial

J&J links gene therapy toimproved vision in early-phase trial (fiercebiotech.com)

 

MIT team develops burrowing robotic pill to break through the intestine's drug-blocking mucus

MIT team develops burrowing roboticpill to break through the intestine's drug-blocking mucus walls(fiercebiotech.com)

 

AstraZeneca to acquire gene editing biotech LogicBio

AstraZeneca to acquire gene editingbiotech LogicBio | BioPharma Dive

 

A Bold Effort to Cure HIV—Using Crispr

An experiment tests whether thegene-editing technology can stop the virus from replicating, which wouldultimately wipe out the infection.

A Bold Effort to Cure HIV—UsingCrispr | WIRED

 

CAR NK Cell Activity Improved via Novel Engineering Approach

CAR NK Cell Activity Improved viaNovel Engineering Approach | Inside Precision Medicine

 

Will there be a COVID winter wave? What scientists say

Emerging variants and waning immunityare likely to push infection rates higher in the Northern Hemisphere asinfluenza also makes a comeback.

Will there be a COVID winter wave? What scientists say (nature.com)

 

Alzheimer’s drug slows mental decline in trial — but is it a breakthrough?

Researchers are cautiously optimisticfollowing companies’ announcement of positive results for lecanemab.

Alzheimer’s drug slows mental decline in trial — but is it a breakthrough? (nature.com)

 

Cytiva expansion tear continues with CEVEC Pharma acquisition

Cytiva expansion tear continues with CEVEC Pharma acquisition (fiercepharma.com)

 

Do fungi lurking inside cancers speed their growth?

Studies that scrutinized thousands oftumour samples provide the clearest link yet between cancer and fungi — but more research is needed.

Do fungi lurking inside cancers speed their growth? (nature.com)

 

Allogene gets green light for pivotal CAR-T trial, starts industry’s first off-the-shelf phase 2

Allogene gets green light for pivotal CAR-T trial, starts industry’s first off-the-shelf phase 2 | Fierce Biotech