Science Market Update

UCR Life Science Study Uncovers Fruit Fly Metamorphosis Trigger

Posted by BCI Staff on Fri, Jan 27, 2017

Next week PLOS journal will publish an exciting article featuring a new biological discovery. Scientists at UC Riverside have discovered critical information regarding insect development.

This study uncovers the use of DNA as an organism’s biological clock in sexual development, or metamorphosis in insects. With applications in new cancer treatments, agriculture, human health and potential applications in zoology, this study opens gateways of undiscovered information. This is one exciting example of the potential in research and the intersectionality in life science, molecular biology and biotechnology supplies.


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Tags: CA, agriculture, DNA Research, Cancer, Genome, UCR, Fruit Fly

UMichigan Researcher Finds Neurons Triggered by Sugar Stop Flies from Feeling Hungry

Posted by Laura Braden on Tue, Jul 21, 2015

When dieting or eating foods with artificial sweeteners, many people do not get the feeling of being full that they get when eating foods with real sugars. But how can we distinguish between between these two sweeteners, to feel full or not? 

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Tags: University of Michigan, Midwest, 2015, Ann Arbor, BioResearch Product Faire Event, MI, UMich, Neurons, Artificial Sweetener, Fruit Fly, Sugar

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