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Yesterday’s lab meeting included one of my favorite projects (soon to be a company) in the lab.
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Noah Davidsohn is working on AAV gene therapies aimed at reversing aging in DOGS 🐶 Amazing. Definitely giving it to Cocoa (see pictures) 🐾 💉
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We also happened to have a film crew led by Emmy winning film writer Adam Bolt 🎥 recording our lab and lab meeting for a documentary. Pretty much a weekly occurrence. Check out the ‘press’ tab on the Church Lab website

Tuesday on the Quad with George. Church. #georgechurch

🔥🚫Fire Hazard!😂😬
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“The Promises and Perils of Gene Editing”
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George Church always has a hard time getting enough attendance to his talks.... word on the street is that 200,000 people tuned in online to watch the webcast .
If you are interested in this topic, you can watch the talk through a webcast online. Google “talks@12: The Promises and Perils of Gene Editing” on YouTube.

You heard it here first!
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Senior Church Lab scientist- artist-pirate Joe Davis is well known around the lab as an adventurous individual with a no-limit curiosity mindset. This year he has given talks all around the world 🌎 Google him and watch some videos 🙃
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Lab meeting: Is there a genetic basis of LUCK? Luck has been a longstanding interest in philosophy, sociology, and psychology, but is there a biological basis for it? Joe hypothesizes that luck has a genetic basis and is heritable. He has initiated a study to breed lucky mice, and identify the genes responsible for luck. 🎲
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In the second part of his talk, he announced that he is the first ever to synthesize ‘memory crystals’ 💎
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Lastly (with private money, not federal) Joe has purchased meteorites and plans to search for bacterial life! 🚀
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Quite an entertaining lab meeting to say the least and right on par with his previous lab meetings! Scientifically valid or not, I love the curiosity and passion 😃

Önde gelen bilimciler ve fikir liderleriyle görüşen NBC News, 2018'den neler beklememiz gerektiğine dair fikir aldı. (Detaylar -> DunyaHalleri.com)
#ainissaramirez #erictopol #estherdyson #georgechurch #kriptopara #leroychiao #moshevardi #orenetzioni #sentetikbiyoloji #wendellwallach #yapayzeka, #DünyaHalleri, #dunyahallericom

Few more experiments before the holiday break👨🏽‍🔬

So it begins.. ❄️ This year I’m ahead of the game, and already have tickets to California and Miami booked ☀️

Church labbers everywhere 😃 This is local, but we global! 🌎

Happy cells 🙃

Welcome to the Church lab! 1/8th of it at least (at most)

@Regranned from @annunakihistory - The Anunnaki genetically modified the existing hominid on this planet. This genetic modification significantly increased the modern human DNA capacity for storage and information. What modern scientist or calling junk DNA is actually not drunk at all. There is a message written on that DNA and it was purposely Disconnected by the Anunnaki to prevent humans from reaching higher Realms of Consciousness and intelligence. A single gram of #DNA can store 700 #terabytes of data. That's right! Digital data like on your computer. You are a breathing, walking hard drive with trillions of terabytes of data on your #harddrive. #ExtremeTech
article; The work, carried out by #GeorgeChurch and #SriKosuri, basically treats DNA as just another digital storage device. Instead of binary data being encoded as magnetic regions on a hard drive platter, strands of DNA that store 96 bits are synthesized, with each of the bases (#TGAC) representing a binary value (T and G = 1, A and C = 0). #Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram. Just think about it for a moment: One gram of DNA can store 700 terabytes of data. That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of DNA that would fit on the tip of your pinky. To store the same kind of data on hard drives — the densest storage medium in use today — you’d need 233 3TB drives, weighing a total of 151 kilos. In Church and Kosuri’s case, they have successfully stored around 700 kilobytes of data in DNA — which was a copy of Church’s latest digital ebook, in fact — and proceeded to make 70 #billion copies (which they claim, jokingly, makes it the best-selling book of all time!) totaling 44 petabytes of data stored... #4biddenknowledge They fear the day that you discover how powerful you really are. #LetThatMarinate and then read it again. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/134672-harvard-cracks-dna-storage-crams-700-terabytes-of-data-into-a-single-gram - #regrann

#Repost @annunakihistory (@get_repost)
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The Anunnaki genetically modified the existing hominid on this planet. This genetic modification significantly increased the modern human DNA capacity for storage and information. What modern scientist or calling junk DNA is actually not drunk at all. There is a message written on that DNA and it was purposely Disconnected by the Anunnaki to prevent humans from reaching higher Realms of Consciousness and intelligence. A single gram of #DNA can store 700 #terabytes of data. That's right! Digital data like on your computer. You are a breathing, walking hard drive with trillions of terabytes of data on your #harddrive. #ExtremeTech
article; The work, carried out by #GeorgeChurch and #SriKosuri, basically treats DNA as just another digital storage device. Instead of binary data being encoded as magnetic regions on a hard drive platter, strands of DNA that store 96 bits are synthesized, with each of the bases (#TGAC) representing a binary value (T and G = 1, A and C = 0). #Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram. Just think about it for a moment: One gram of DNA can store 700 terabytes of data. That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of DNA that would fit on the tip of your pinky. To store the same kind of data on hard drives — the densest storage medium in use today — you’d need 233 3TB drives, weighing a total of 151 kilos. In Church and Kosuri’s case, they have successfully stored around 700 kilobytes of data in DNA — which was a copy of Church’s latest digital ebook, in fact — and proceeded to make 70 #billion copies (which they claim, jokingly, makes it the best-selling book of all time!) totaling 44 petabytes of data stored... #4biddenknowledge They fear the day that you discover how powerful you really are. #LetThatMarinate and then read it again. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/134672-harvard-cracks-dna-storage-crams-700-terabytes-of-data-into-a-single-gram

#Repost @annunakihistory (@get_repost)
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The Anunnaki genetically modified the existing hominid on this planet. This genetic modification significantly increased the modern human DNA capacity for storage and information. What modern scientist or calling junk DNA is actually not drunk at all. There is a message written on that DNA and it was purposely Disconnected by the Anunnaki to prevent humans from reaching higher Realms of Consciousness and intelligence. A single gram of #DNA can store 700 #terabytes of data. That's right! Digital data like on your computer. You are a breathing, walking hard drive with trillions of terabytes of data on your #harddrive. #ExtremeTech
article; The work, carried out by #GeorgeChurch and #SriKosuri, basically treats DNA as just another digital storage device. Instead of binary data being encoded as magnetic regions on a hard drive platter, strands of DNA that store 96 bits are synthesized, with each of the bases (#TGAC) representing a binary value (T and G = 1, A and C = 0). #Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram. Just think about it for a moment: One gram of DNA can store 700 terabytes of data. That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of DNA that would fit on the tip of your pinky. To store the same kind of data on hard drives — the densest storage medium in use today — you’d need 233 3TB drives, weighing a total of 151 kilos. In Church and Kosuri’s case, they have successfully stored around 700 kilobytes of data in DNA — which was a copy of Church’s latest digital ebook, in fact — and proceeded to make 70 #billion copies (which they claim, jokingly, makes it the best-selling book of all time!) totaling 44 petabytes of data stored... #4biddenknowledge They fear the day that you discover how powerful you really are. #LetThatMarinate and then read it again. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/134672-harvard-cracks-dna-storage-crams-700-terabytes-of-data-into-a-single-gram

#Repost @annunakihistory (@get_repost)
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The Anunnaki genetically modified the existing hominid on this planet. This genetic modification significantly increased the modern human DNA capacity for storage and information. What modern scientist or calling junk DNA is actually not drunk at all. There is a message written on that DNA and it was purposely Disconnected by the Anunnaki to prevent humans from reaching higher Realms of Consciousness and intelligence. A single gram of #DNA can store 700 #terabytes of data. That's right! Digital data like on your computer. You are a breathing, walking hard drive with trillions of terabytes of data on your #harddrive. #ExtremeTech
article; The work, carried out by #GeorgeChurch and #SriKosuri, basically treats DNA as just another digital storage device. Instead of binary data being encoded as magnetic regions on a hard drive platter, strands of DNA that store 96 bits are synthesized, with each of the bases (#TGAC) representing a binary value (T and G = 1, A and C = 0). #Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram. Just think about it for a moment: One gram of DNA can store 700 terabytes of data. That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of DNA that would fit on the tip of your pinky. To store the same kind of data on hard drives — the densest storage medium in use today — you’d need 233 3TB drives, weighing a total of 151 kilos. In Church and Kosuri’s case, they have successfully stored around 700 kilobytes of data in DNA — which was a copy of Church’s latest digital ebook, in fact — and proceeded to make 70 #billion copies (which they claim, jokingly, makes it the best-selling book of all time!) totaling 44 petabytes of data stored... #4biddenknowledge They fear the day that you discover how powerful you really are. #LetThatMarinate and then read it again. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/134672-harvard-cracks-dna-storage-crams-700-terabytes-of-data-into-a-single-gram

Rp @annunakihistory ・・・
The Anunnaki genetically modified the existing hominid on this planet. This genetic modification significantly increased the modern human DNA capacity for storage and information. What modern scientist or calling junk DNA is actually not drunk at all. There is a message written on that DNA and it was purposely Disconnected by the Anunnaki to prevent humans from reaching higher Realms of Consciousness and intelligence. A single gram of #DNA can store 700 #terabytes of data. That's right! Digital data like on your computer. You are a breathing, walking hard drive with trillions of terabytes of data on your #harddrive. #ExtremeTech
article; The work, carried out by #GeorgeChurch and #SriKosuri, basically treats DNA as just another digital storage device. Instead of binary data being encoded as magnetic regions on a hard drive platter, strands of DNA that store 96 bits are synthesized, with each of the bases (#TGAC) representing a binary value (T and G = 1, A and C = 0). #Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram. Just think about it for a moment: One gram of DNA can store 700 terabytes of data. That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of DNA that would fit on the tip of your pinky. To store the same kind of data on hard drives — the densest storage medium in use today — you’d need 233 3TB drives, weighing a total of 151 kilos. In Church and Kosuri’s case, they have successfully stored around 700 kilobytes of data in DNA — which was a copy of Church’s latest digital ebook, in fact — and proceeded to make 70 #billion copies (which they claim, jokingly, makes it the best-selling book of all time!) totaling 44 petabytes of data stored... #4biddenknowledge They fear the day that you discover how powerful you really are. #LetThatMarinate and then read it again. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/134672-harvard-cracks-dna-storage-crams-700-terabytes-of-data-into-a-single-gram

The Anunnaki genetically modified the existing hominid on this planet. This genetic modification significantly increased the modern human DNA capacity for storage and information. What modern scientist or calling junk DNA is actually not drunk at all. There is a message written on that DNA and it was purposely Disconnected by the Anunnaki to prevent humans from reaching higher Realms of Consciousness and intelligence. A single gram of #DNA can store 700 #terabytes of data. That's right! Digital data like on your computer. You are a breathing, walking hard drive with trillions of terabytes of data on your #harddrive. #ExtremeTech
article; The work, carried out by #GeorgeChurch and #SriKosuri, basically treats DNA as just another digital storage device. Instead of binary data being encoded as magnetic regions on a hard drive platter, strands of DNA that store 96 bits are synthesized, with each of the bases (#TGAC) representing a binary value (T and G = 1, A and C = 0). #Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram. Just think about it for a moment: One gram of DNA can store 700 terabytes of data. That’s 14,000 50-gigabyte Blu-ray discs… in a droplet of DNA that would fit on the tip of your pinky. To store the same kind of data on hard drives — the densest storage medium in use today — you’d need 233 3TB drives, weighing a total of 151 kilos. In Church and Kosuri’s case, they have successfully stored around 700 kilobytes of data in DNA — which was a copy of Church’s latest digital ebook, in fact — and proceeded to make 70 #billion copies (which they claim, jokingly, makes it the best-selling book of all time!) totaling 44 petabytes of data stored... #4biddenknowledge They fear the day that you discover how powerful you really are. #LetThatMarinate and then read it again. http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/134672-harvard-cracks-dna-storage-crams-700-terabytes-of-data-into-a-single-gram

First action item of each day: check the cells.
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Seeding cells from the T150s
Freezing cells in the T75
Analyzing cells in the T25s

Transfections and functional testing tomorrow 🙌🏽

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Honored to meet THE genetics godfather #georgechurch this wknd & hear of the latest genome discoveries, as well as novelist #clairemessud on the difference between plot & story, and landscape designer & climate change mitigator #marthaschwartz on how #Boston can prepare for the future. Each @harvard faculty visionary has a unique lens on improving our humanity. The #passion shows. #awe.

Universal truth: All students make mistakes!
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Role as a TA: identify common mistakes and establish a strong foundation of concepts.
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Central Dogma of Molecular Biology:
DNA replicated into DNA
DNA transcribed into RNA
RNA translated into Protein
3 nucleotides = 1 codon = 1 amino acid

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