Researchers use DNA origami to generate tiny mechanical devices that deliver a drug that cuts off the blood supply to tumors in mice.
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—French journalist, novelist, and horticulturist Alphonse Karr (1808-1890), for whom several plant species were named, as quoted in the 1960 book Les noms de plantes
—Salk Institute plant biologist Wolfgang Busch, whose group is researching ways to edit plant genomes to store more carbon and weather drier, hotter climatic conditions, speaking with San Diego State University public broadcaster KPBS (January 3)
© Victoria Roberts/The New Yorker Collection/The Cartoon Bank7. Largest member of the oceanic dolphin family
8. Nitrogenous substance once thought to cause
9. An organ’s outer layer: Latin for “tree bark”
10. Sound from a chinchilla, mouse, or guinea pig
11. Folkloric shapeshifter or lycanthrope
13. Producer of hips
17. Allergic rhinitis (2 words)
19. Controlled substance with a morphine-like
21. Alloy of tin and copper
22. Barrier breached by osmosis (2 words)
23. Location of the metacarpals
1. Living high, like lemurs and sloths
2. Layer between a planet’s core and crust
3. Kind of predator 7 Across or 5 Down
4. Musca domestica
5. Cat spotted in rainforests
6. Andean speaker of Quechua
12. Connected with snakes
14. Symptom of 17 Across
16. Descriptor of an ancient mammoth
18. Geologic spans larger than ages
20. Exfoliation treatment in a spa
21. Having no hair apparent?
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