4 Burst results for "Joan Glass"

"joan glass" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"joan glass" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Licensed in all fifty states and in the last number thirty thirty. A more summits with North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon South Korean president moon. Jae in today said he would be open to a fourth summit with North Korean leader, Kim Joan glass, one was last September South Korean president moon said he was interested in practical discussions with Kim to achieve progress in North Korea US relations, Mon met with President Trump last week mitt criticism by Pyongyang that soul is an overstepping mediator this as in recent days, Kim Jong UN has been saying open to a third summit with President Trump their last meeting wasn't Hanoi in February. It broke down. President Trump is saying the same thing our own contact say there are a lot of diplomatic hurtles to both summits in London. Great dog on Fox News years after so now me flooded a nuclear power plant in Japan. Some of the hardest cleanup work is just getting underway. Operator of Japan's Cosima nuclear plant has begun removing nuclear fuel from a building housing one of the reactors that melted down off in the twenty eleven earthquake and soon NAMI. Removing the fuel in the Kooning pods was delayed more than four years by mishaps high radiation and radioactive debris from an explosion that occurred at the time of the reactor meltdown. Underscoring the difficulties that remain remotely controlled is lifting fuel roads out of a storage pool near reactor number three. The delicate work is expected to take two years and the next phase will be to remove molten nuclear fuel. The remains deep inside though, it still unclear how that will be done in London Benjamin. Whole folks news authorities in Germany say a car can be too shiny police pulled over a driver earlier this month saying his portion featuring reflective gold foil finish might blind other drivers and was considered a danger. He was told to rip off the foil and reregister the car, but police say he kept driving it. He was caught again last week this time police had his car towed and took his place.

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"joan glass" Discussed on Nature Podcast

Nature Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"joan glass" Discussed on Nature Podcast

"First this week reported, Geoff Marsh has been learning about creating synthetic cells. Biologists have been tweaking sells for decades knocking out adding editing genes in compounds removing compounds essentially taking a top down approach starting with the living system in all its complexity and tinkering with it to figure out how it all works biology's complicated. So it makes sense that scientists have taken this top down approach, and it served as well, helping us understand the inner workings of cells and create groundbreaking therapies, but more recently research groups around the world have begun to take a bottom up approach starting from scratch, their Mr. rebuild living systems with precise knowledge of the individual components. I wanted to talk to a few scientists on the front lines of this biology engineering, and I started with Dan Fletcher, a professor at UC Berkeley in the US, the basic idea is that from. Bottom up, we can work with components that we understand. So this is where the opportunity to design systems in predictable ways comes to visit crudely you're trying to make cells. We're trying to make systems that behave like cells. I think the idea of synthetic cell is we're abstracting parts of the cell that we might want to use and seeing if we can build those in controlled ways what other technical challenges of this type of engineering biology because cells that are no of seen them, quite simple, simple and small and light little Bayden. So what's the challenge? It's much easier to take things apart than to put them back together. And I think one of the biggest barriers is developing technologies that led us reassemble minimal parts of cells into synthetic select structures and another part of the challenge is. Is to incorporate a genome that can continue to produce proteins and regulate the function of the synthetic system. It's almost two part process. We'll come back to creating synthetic genomes in a moment. But as far as making the physical sell stroke. She goes the three D membranes made of lipid Beila. It turns out that making this isn't necessarily that difficult his university of Minnesota's Kate at Amada explaining how they make these so-called light positions. Essentially the same way you make soap bubbles if you ever played that game where you have dish, soap, and you have a little loop, and you blow into that lope new end up with a soap bubble. That's how we make basically essentially are so bubbles just got the most fantastic imagery in my head of have fun. Your lab must be. Yeah. Our bubble are smaller of the remaining technical challenges to I we create synthetic cell membranes. And compartmentalize stuff depending on how do you the to the membrane? What kind of leopard you use what kind of propane you use you end up with a membrane with very different properties. But also when you to not only figure out what kind of composition we need. But how to precisely control that composition using the cells all metabolism. Because when we're building hell we want that to be able to eventually self replicate and self stain everything incited, including the membrane. So for example, if we decide that we need fourteen different lipids, add very specific ratios, then we need to find a way for the metabolism of of a synthetic cell to make those lipids are those very specific gracious to maintain the composition of the membrane over the life cycle of that. Excel. Kate also told me that to get close to a real life self these membranes. But also need to be studied with a complicated array of proteins and sugars that perform a multitude of functions. Also, she said it surprisingly difficult to program cell to know, how big to grow in knife sales. Of course, lots of these instructions alternately come from the DNA within the so and introducing genome to a synthetic cell comes with its own challenges synthetic genomics could be queued to be more top down than bottom up. Because ultimately, they are using genes that exist in nature rather than creating them totally from scratch, but the truth seems to be that it somewhere in between scientists like Joan glass at the Craig Venter institute.

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"joan glass" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"joan glass" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"I don't believe you guys are speaking for america when i believe america would prefer mellow westbrook and paul george to get to the second round of the playoffs because of the amount of star power on that team and you're probably right what i'm saying is and i haven't watched a ton of 'em but i watched a little bit of his series i i didn't realize utah was this good i also realized that change that uniform i also didn't realize they haven't new floor on the court i had no idea isn't new utah team it is fresh it is fun it's not listen it's not your grandfather's utah jazz that it's not malone and stockton it's not jerry sloan's utah j joing lewis you're calling joe english not ingles fuck australia australia they call them english he was just following my lead there no i know shooter goofy goofy looking shooter who married or dating a woman who looks a lot like him it looks like he's he's married to joing list looks like he married joying which is something that sounds like a rod would like to do money or signed you're fine okay but that was your analysis of is a nice little basketball team let me talk about their fourth best player not pronounce his name right i'm not certain he's their fourth best player derrick favors is probably their fifth best player but the man could shoot you had an australian basketball player in australia national whose name was joing lewis bliss that's ready made him latin my father knows that one on television all the time by the way speaking my father gonna wanna tune into highly questionable tomorrow i guess it is your father's jazz team joan glass.

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"joan glass" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"joan glass" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Stralia australia they call england now he was just following my lead there no i know goofy shooter goofy should goofy looking shooter who married or dating a woman who looks a lot like him like it looks like he's he's married to joe english looks like he married joying which is something that sounds like a rod would like to do money or signed your fine okay good but that was your analysis of is a nice little basketball team let me talk about their fourth best player not pronounce his name right i'm not certain he's their fourth best player derrick favors is probably their fifth best player but the man could shoot you had an australian basketball player in australia national whose name was joey 'glass bliss that's ready made him latin my father knows that one on television all the time by the way speaking my father gonna wanna tune into highly questionable tomorrow i guess it is your father's jazz team if they have joan glass it is literally my father's it's not your grandfather's jazz but only because i haven't had kids otherwise it would mind yeah it'd be my son's grandfather's utah jazz but my father yesterday i'm not making this up and i don't know how this is going to cut up on television but if you watch highly questionable at four thirty eastern my father was talking to jim brock meyer the hankins area character that is i see show season two begins tomorrow night on i have seen we've been telling you for months now that this is a show that many of you are audience would love if you have not gotten familiar with it but basically plays a broadcaster whose fictional who's always in character as drunk.

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