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"How to Look for a Liveable Planet" is a free public lecture in a series that begins on January 20
"How to Look for a Liveable Planet" is a free public lecture in a series that begins on January 20 18 January 2018 A free public lecture titled "How to Look for a Liveable Planet" will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 20, in 100 Thomas Building on the Penn State University Park campus. The event is the first of six consecutive Saturday-morning lectures in the 2018 Penn State Lectures on the Frontiers of Science, a free public minicourse that does not require registration or exams.

Researchers map druggable genomic targets in evolving malaria parasite
Researchers map druggable genomic targets in evolving malaria parasite 11 January 2018 Researchers have used whole genome analyses and chemogenetics to identify new drug targets and resistance genes in the parasite the causes malaria.

Have RNA, will travel: Malaria parasite packs genetic material in preparation for trip from mosquitoes to humans
Have RNA, will travel: Malaria parasite packs genetic material in preparation for trip from mosquitoes to humans 10 January 2018 The parasite that causes malaria has not one, but two, specialized proteins that protect its genetic material until the parasite takes up residence in a new host.

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