the Chinese state media said on Thursday as Prime Minister began his three-day visit to the country.
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Bonino said the two would most likely return home by Christmas, The team found that adding the limonene-accelerated cocoa butter crystallisation at 17° C, The company is currently selling refurbished models of third-gen Apple TV for $59.Once the refurbished models disappear “Apple will seemingly have stopped sales of the third-gen Apple TV all together” the report added Apple however said it will fulfill order backlog for the device “The Cupertino company will continue to fulfill backlog orders for the device but is now putting its attention behind the newer fourth-generation device” said a report in MacRumors It is also not clear if third-gen Apple TV will receive any additional software updates According to Apple website every Apple TV comes with complimentary telephone technical support within 90 days of its purchase In addition Apple TV and all accessories are covered against defects for one year from the original purchase date by a limited hardware warranty Apple recently launched itsnew version of the tvOS system that makes it easier to use theApple TV set-top box as the new hub of a digital home The new version allows users to sign in just once to access multiple apps from various TV network providers Apple is adding services like Dish’s Sling TV and Fox Sports Go as well With IANS inputs For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Updated: August 4 2017 10:36 am In this photo provided by Oregon Health & Science University Shoukhrat Mitalipov left talks with research assistant Hayley Darby in the Mitalipov Lab at OHSU in Portland Ore Mitalipov led a research team that for the first time used gene editing to repair a disease-causing mutation in human embryos (Image Source: AP) Top News Gene editing is getting fresh attention thanks to a successful lab experiment with human embryos But for all the angst over possibly altering reproduction years from now this technology already is used by scientists every day in fields ranging from agriculture to drug development New gene editing tools let scientists alter the DNA of living cells – from plants animals even humans – more precisely than ever before Think of it as a biological cut-and-paste program A look at the science WHAT IS GENE EDITING While scientists have long been able to find defective genes fixing them has been so cumbersome that it’s slowed development of genetic therapies There are several gene editing methods but a tool called CRISPR-Cas9 has sparked a boom in research as laboratories worldwide adopted it over the past five years because it’s faster cheaper simple to use with minimal training and allows manipulation of multiple genes at the same time HOW IT WORKS Pieces of RNA are engineered to be a guide that homes in on the targeted stretch of genetic material The Cas9 is an enzyme that acts like molecular scissors to snip that spot That allows scientists to delete repair or replace a particular gene MEDICAL RESEARCH The fresh attention comes from research involving human embryos In laboratory experiments a team lead by Oregon researchers used CRISPR to successfully repair a heart-damaging gene in human embryos marking a step toward one day being able to prevent inherited diseases from being passed on to the next generation But there’s wide agreement that more research is needed before ever testing the technique in pregnancy The biggest everyday use of CRISPR so far is to engineer animals with human-like disorders for basic research such as learning how genes cause disease or influence development and what therapies might help But promising research in labs and animals so far also suggests gene editing might lead to treatments for such diseases as sickle cell cancer maybe Huntington’s _ by altering cells and returning them to the body Another project aims to one day grow transplantable human organs inside pigs In this microscope photo provided by Oregon Health & Science University human embryos grow in a laboratory for a few days after researchers used gene editing technology to successfully repair a heart disease-causing genetic mutation (Oregon Health & Science University via AP) THE BIGGEST HURDLE Safety is a key question because gene editing isn’t always precise enough; there’s the possibility of accidentally cutting DNA that’s similar to the real target Researchers have improved precision in recent years but out-of-body treatments like using cells as drugs get around the fear of fixing one problem only to spark another THE ETHICS CONTROVERSY Altering genes in sperm eggs or embryos can spread those changes to future generations so-called “germ line” engineering But it’s ethically charged because future generations couldn’t consent any long-term negative effects might not become apparent for years and there’s concern about babies designed with enhanced traits rather than to prevent disease Earlier this year an ethics report from the prestigious National Academy of Sciences opened the door to lab research to figure out how to make such changes _ but said if germ line editing ever is allowed it should be reserved for serious diseases with no good alternatives and performed under rigorous oversight IS THAT LEGAL Where you live determines if or what kind of research can be performed on human embryos Some countries especially in Europe ban germ line research Britain allows basic lab research only In the US scientists can perform laboratory embryo research only with private not federal taxpayer funding as the Oregon team did Any attempt to study germ line editing in pregnant women would require permission from the Food and Drug Administration which is currently prohibited by Congress from reviewing any such request BEYOND MEDICINE Researchers also are using gene editing to hatch malaria-resistant mosquitoes grow strains of algae that produce bio-fuels improve crop growth even make mushrooms that don’t brown as quickly For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANI | Melbourne | Published: January 27 2010 12:19 pm Related News Brad Pitt has reportedly shelled out 11 million dollars on a bachelor pad to help him sort out his split from Angelina Jolie The Hollywood Hills housebuilt in 1920is complete with two bedroomstwo bathrooms and a bar area A cave is built into the foundations “The house oozes character” Newscomau quoted a sourceas saying The insider added: “Brad has had his eye on it for some time but he decided now was the right time to buy because he wanted a place to call his own “He needs somewhere quiet that doesn’t have memories of Angie where he can be alone and think about what he does next” According to one reportJolie gave up on Pitt because of his laddish lifestyle American sources say the pair had been trying desperately to avoid a split since the last 12 months Pitt and Jolie are already believed to be talking to lawyers about splitting their 332 million dollar fortune and sharing the custody of their six children However a family source said: “Brad is desperately trying to cling on to the wreckage of the relationship as he is still very much in love with Angelina and believes they can make it work And Pitts mum Jane is trying her best to save the relationship The insider added: “Jane wants what is best for her son and grandchildren and Angie has agreed to meet her She has stuck at her own marriage and worked with families for 30 years trying to keep them together” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: April 28 2016 7:27 pm Low-fat chocolate that melts in your mouth may become a reality soon as researches have found a compound that prevents chocolate from becoming hard after reducing its fat content (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Feeling guilty while relishing your favourite chocolate may soon be a thing of the past as researchers have found a way to make fat-free versions of chocolate delicious Reducing the fat content makes the chocolate harder and less likely to melt in the mouth But according to researchers adding limonene — a compound found in lemons and orange — could improve lower-fat versions’ texture and ability to melt and could reinstate chocolate’s delightful properties? namely — Lal Krishan Advani, The Centre has made a “provisional” allotment of 44 IAS and 31 IPS officers, He hailed the NDA government for allocating prestigious projects like All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), While it is not wrong to have a millionaire as a candidate but in this case it was a mere stunt”.
the Chinese state media said on Thursday as Prime Minister began his three-day visit to the country.