Tag Archives: Genetics

#R2BC Thursday’s #GoodNews

  FARC on ‘Final March’ 100-Year-Old Vera Lynn Breaks Own Record with New Album Water Spotted in Atmosphere of Exoplanet Bat-Inspired Robot Swoops & Dives like a Real Bat Up Helly Aa Viking Fire Festival No US Bacon Shortage 1st Genetic Potato Material Sent to Global Seed Vault Plan for Quantum Computer Drawn Up Digital […]
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#R2BC Thursday’s #GoodNews

Okay, if you’re a regular follower on my twitter feed, then you will see that I am a little angry today. A little while a go a friend said to me that I should “f’-Off¬†with the negative sh*t – aren’t you meant to be reasons to be cheerful.” Now, in response I say this. I […]
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#R2BC Wednesday’s #GoodNews

Today, I doff my hat to the courage of Hanne Gaby Odiele. It takes real character to come out and admit that you are different, particularly¬†when it is in ways that are taboo and especially when you do not have to. Being Intersex is not something Hanne asked for and I wish her every success […]
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#R2BC Tuesday’s #GoodNews

  New Candidate for Missing Element in Earth’s Core Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation may well help treatment of Depression Dramatic Fall in UK HIV infection Rates Gene-Silencing. Modifying Plants Without Changing DNA Tooth Repair Drug may Replace Fillings New Insight into Mother-Baby Bonding The Significant Benefits of Weekend Exercise Planned Legislation in Northern Ireland to […]
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#R2BC Tuesday’s #GoodNews

Hail & Welcome To 2017 Welcome to all, whether you’re a returning fan, or new to Reasons to be Cheerful. I hope everyone is fully recovered from the New Year celebrations. 2016 was packed full of Good News and Positive Stories and we are hoping that the trend continues in 2017. If you are new […]
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#R2BC Thursday’s #GoodNews

As a sci-fi and fantasy fan, I know I am not alone, in feeling a little frustrated in how slow my favourite genres have been to keep pace with social change. It’s ironic that genres which, so often, give us the ability to explore sensitive social issues can so often drag their feet on issues […]
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