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Melanie Krause

Melanie Krause is a Volunteer Writer at BioNews having originally joined the publication under the auspices of its writing scheme. She is currently studying viral pathogens for her PhD at the Medical Research Council Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology at University College London. She previously obtained a MSc in Life and Medical Science from the  University of Bonn, and a BSc in Cell Biology, University of Osnabrueck, both in Germany.


BioNews Review articles written by Melanie Krause:
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Radio Review: Boston Calling – Baby Guaranteed
6 August 2018 - by Melanie Krause
'A choice without a choice: surrogacy or prostitution.' This statement from doctor Olga Gajovic, a Ukrainian feminist and activist, to me is probably the most memorable piece of the Boston Calling episode 'Baby guaranteed' on BBC World Service... [Read More]

BioNews News articles written by Melanie Krause:
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Mouse artificial 'embryo' created from stem cells
30 July 2018 - by Melanie Krause
For the first time, an artificially create a mouse embryo has successfully passed a critical developmental milestone in the lab... [Read More]
Pregnant Cambodian surrogates charged with human trafficking
16 July 2018 - by Melanie Krause
At least 32 pregnant Cambodian women have been charged for involvement in human trafficking... [Read More]
USA orders DNA tests to reunite separated migrant families
9 July 2018 - by Melanie Krause
Over 2500 migrant children, who were separated from their parents at the US-Mexican border, will be genetically tested to reunite them with their families... [Read More]
Two-thirds of British people would not donate stem cells
2 July 2018 - by Melanie Krause
A survey carried out by the blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan has found that 61 percent of British people would not feel encouraged to donate stem cells, even to help a family member or friend... [Read More]
CRISPR used in stem cell model to predict heart risk
25 June 2018 - by Melanie Krause
For the first time, scientists from Stanford University, California, have combined CRISPR genome editing with a stem cell system to model how a genetic mutation might affect heart disease risk... [Read More]
Genome-editing cells with CRISPR may affect cancer risk
18 June 2018 - by Melanie Krause
The success of genome editing is related to the activity of an important tumour suppressor gene, two separate studies have found... [Read More]
Depression linked to lower fertility in men
21 May 2018 - by Melanie Krause
Men who have major depression are less likely to conceive a child, a clinical study at the US National Institute of Health has found... [Read More]