|By PR.com Newswire||
|July 19, 2014 03:00 AM EDT||
Washington, DC, July 19, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Washington DC based healthcare start-up Future Genesis, Inc. (FGen) announces that their ‘Research Tab’ is now operational.
“The FGen Research Tab is a one-stop page for people to learn about DNA research, healthcare advancements, and any other science in the news topics,” said Jay Kaplan, founder and COO of FGen. “The articles are linked, cited, and a short summary is provided in conversational language, designed to be read quickly and on the go. We understand people are very busy, and don’t really have time to sift through scientific journals and difficult-to-comprehend articles to find out what’s going on in the interesting world of genetic research. So we designed our Research Tab to be quick, easy and practical.”
The FGen Research Tab can be found at www.fgen.org/research.php or by clicking on “Research” from the FGen home page. Articles are added weekly or as warranted. This week’s articles are a 2013 Wall Street Journal article titled “Scientists Implant Lab-Made Trachea into Toddler,” and a CNN Health article titled “Human lung made in lab for first time.”
“These articles are unbelievably fascinating, and are items that the average person might have missed. Part of the FGen mission is to be a thought leader in the areas of DNA research and storage, and our Research Tab is a big part of this mission. It is FGen’s goal that everyone becomes more educated about current healthcare advancements, and as such the Research Tab is open to everyone on the internet, not limited to just FGen customers,” said Kaplan.
Check out FGen’s website at www.fgen.org, and their Research Tab at www.fgen.org/research.php.
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