Daily Archives: March 22, 2015

Science Sunday: Alzheimer’s, Aging and Ethics of Editing the Human Genome

  Its Science Sunday, again! This week, I’ve pulled a few interesting articles involving Alzheimer’s disease, aging and editing the human genome.   A new research article published this month in Science Transitional Medicine shows fully restored memory in mice with Alzheimer’s disease by using a repetitive ultrasound scanning technique to remove accumulated amounts of one of Alzheimer’s known toxins, amyloid-beta. Although not a… Read more →