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Medical Xpress - Cancer News 01/28/2020 12:14
Most cancers are caused by a large variety of factors that vary from one person to another. To unravel this complexity, genes that contribute to the development of a respective cancer must be identified. Such genes are called oncogenes. A good example of an oncogene is CDK8: Cyclin-dependent kinase 8. Misregulated CDK8 is an important factor in the development of colon, breast and skin cancer. Hence, in recent years considerable efforts have been undertaken to develop drugs that specifically target CDK8 and that do not affect other molecules that are closely related to CDK8, but are essential for the survival of human cells. A research team at the University of Bayreuth led by biochemist Dr. Claus-D. Kuhn has now discovered how CDK8 is acti.
Nuclear Street 01/28/2020 12:12
The top technical officer for Britain’s engineering giant Rolls-Royce said this week that the company would focus on small modular reactors, which he expected would be operational in the UK within nine years. "Our plan is to get energy on the grid in 2029," the engineer, Paul Stein, said in a BBC Radio 4 broadcast, Nuclear Engineering International reported. Stein said he expected as many as 15 – and as few as 10 – SMRs would be online before the end of the decade.
28-January-2020 18:07 BELGRADE- Even though Serbia has over the past 20 years passed four laws aimed at aligning its consumer protection legislation with European regulations, it cannot be said the level of consumer protection in Serbia is on par with that in EU member states, a member of Serbia's negotiating team for EU accession said Tuesday. 01/28/2020 12:06
By Kelvin Chan and Danica Kirka. LONDON (AP) — Britain decided Tuesday to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to supply new high-speed network equipment, ignoring the U.S. government’s warnings that it would sever intelligence cooperation if the company was not banned. Britain’s decision is the first by a major U.S. ally in Europe, and follows intense lobbying from the Trump administration and China as the two vie for technological dominance. It sets up a diplomatic clash with the Americans, who claim that British sovereignty is at risk because the company could give the Chinese government access to data, an allegation Huawei denies. “We would never take decisions that threaten our national security or the security of our Five Eyes partners,” Fo.

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