Lokeshwar honored for excellence in urologic research

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1, 2021) – Dr. Vinata Lokeshwar, chair of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, is the recipient of the Society of Women in Urology/Society for Basic Urologic Research 2021 Award for Excellence in Urologic Research.

Collins to step down as NIH head in transition for research agency

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After 12 years in the top job, the veteran director says a new scientist should assume leadership of the world's largest biomedical research institution

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Kids and Research

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She knew I had a research background. Read more Kids and Research. The post Kids and Research appeared first on MyLocalStudy.com. Clinical Trials Kids in Research blog clinical research pediatric research

Advancing from Research to Development: What Can Go Wrong?

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The experts at Camargo Research Group have extensive experience navigating and solving for these and other common issues in the transition from the research bench to drug development. Camargo Research Group.

Researchers develop 3D-printed jelly

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New research partnership

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publishers New Rochelle, NY, November 2, 2020–Cohen Veterans Bioscience (CVB), the Center for Biomedical Research Transparency (CBMRT), and Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Credit: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.,

Researchers reach quantum networking milestone in real-world environment

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of Energy Journal PRX Quantum DOI 10.1103/PRXQuantum.2.040304 Method of Research Experimental study Subject of Research Not applicable Article Title Reconfigurable Quantum Local Area Network Over Deployed Fiber Article Publication Date 6-Oct-2021. Credit: Carlos Jones/ORNL, U.S.

New USask research contributes to understanding of Cystic Fibrosis

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SASKATOON – Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) are hopeful new understanding of cellular defects related to Cystic Fibrosis (CF) could help pave the way for treatment of the disease. Medicine & Health contributes Cystic fibrosis research Understanding USask

A novel neural network to understand symmetry, speed materials research

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Understanding structure-property relations is a key goal of materials research, according to Joshua Agar, a faculty member in Lehigh University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering. Social & Behavioral Science Materials network neural research speed symmetry understand

Satirical essay critiques power imbalances in global health research

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When establishing partnerships with research counterparts in under-resourced countries, global health researchers often deploy discourse that claims to focus on sustainability and capacity building. Biology critiques essay global health imbalances power research Satirical

URI leads team of researchers awarded $1.5 million NOAA grant

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1, 2021 – Researchers at the University of Rhode Island and Penn State University have been awarded a four-year, $1.5 Atmospheric Science awarded grant leads million NOAA researchers Team URIKINGSTON, R.I. –

Genome Research publishes a special issue in Single-cell Genomics

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October 1, 2021 – Genome Research ([link] publishes a special issue highlighting novel advances and insights in Single-cell Genomics. October 1, 2021 – Genome Research ([link] publishes a special issue highlighting novel advances and insights in Single-cell Genomics.

Researchers discover unknown childhood genetic condition and its potential cure

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Biology Childhood condition cure discover genetic potential researchers unknown

Researchers of the Year: The RECOVERY team

Bio Pharma Dive

The U.K.'s 's RECOVERY trial proved a cheap steroid could keep COVID-19 patients from dying, and showed two other widely considered drugs didn't work — crucial findings in a sprawling and sometimes messy global hunt for coronavirus treatments

Montreal researchers create a novel method of bioprinting neuron cells

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A group of researchers including a Concordia PhD student have developed a new method of bioprinting adult neuron cells. Credit: Concordia University A group of researchers including a Concordia PhD student have developed a new method of bioprinting adult neuron […].

Harvard researchers use dyes to store data

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Chemistry AND Physics data dyes Harvard researchers storeIn the digital age, every byte of data needs to go somewhere — and preferably stay there a long time. That last part is a major problem when it comes to data-storage systems, which typically last less than 20 years.

Icon to buy contract researcher PRA Health for $12B

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The cash-and-stock deal gives PRA shareholders roughly one-third ownership of the new company, which will be one of the larger providers of contract research support

New research shows learning is more effective when active

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Social & Behavioral Science Active effective learning research shows

Oregon State microbiology research furthers understanding of ocean’s role in carbon cycling

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Microbiology researchers at Oregon State University have shed new light on the mechanisms of carbon cycling in the ocean, using a novel approach to track which microbes are consuming different types of organic carbon produced by common phytoplankton species. CORVALLIS, Ore.

McIndoe leading $6.2 million innovative research initiative

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million federally funded initiative to support highly innovative research ideas in three areas with tremendous impact on health. Biology Bioinformatics Grants/Funding Hematology Medicine/Health Research/Development Urogenital System

Experts to showcase cutting-edge research at flagship hepatology congress

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Biology congress cuttingedge Experts flagship hepatology research showcaseEASL’s International Liver Congress™ (ILC) 2022 will be taking place in London, UK, 6–10 April 2022. Delegates can attend in person or remotely.

CCNY researchers announce photon-phonon breakthrough

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New research by a City College of New York team has uncovered a novel way to combine two different states of matter. Chemistry AND Physics announce breakthrough CCNY photonphonon researchers

US to invest $3B in research quest for COVID-19 pill

Bio Pharma Dive

Compared to vaccines, development of antiviral drugs for the coronavirus has progressed more slowly, although data are expected soon from Merck, Pfizer and Atea

Curtin researchers help date the youngest rocks ever found on the Moon

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Curtin University researchers have helped to determine the age of the youngest rocks ever found on the Moon, as part of a global space mission that is working to refine the chronology of the entire Solar System. Curtin University researchers have helped to determine […].

Research in Brief: UNLV astronomers may have discovered first planet to orbit 3 stars

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In a distant star system — a mere 1,300 light years away from Earth — UNLV researchers and colleagues may have identified the first known planet to orbit three stars. In a distant star system — a mere 1,300 light years away from Earth — UNLV researchers and […].

Thirteen UNIST researchers awarded prestigious 2021 Sejong Science Fellowship!

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Credit: UNIST UNIST researchers who are in the early stages of their research careers will be given opportunities to advance their work, thanks to the Sejong Science Fellowship, recently promoted by the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT).

New research reveals that our choices may be making us more individualistic

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According to research, an average American makes around 35,000 decisions each day. Credit: Virginia Tech According to research, an average American makes around 35,000 decisions each day. Social & Behavioral Science choices individualistic Making research reveals

UTA researcher studying effects of traumatic brain injury on neural cells

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A University of Texas at Arlington researcher is studying how traumatic brain injuries (TBI) affect the ability of neural cells and surrounding cells to communicate with each other. Technology and Engineering brain cells effects injury neural Researcher Studying traumatic UTA

Researchers engineer hardier microbes to improve bioproduction of fuels, chemicals

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Technology and Engineering bioproduction Chemicals engineer fuels hardier improve microbes researchersAMES, Iowa – Busy, productive microbes use enzymes to break down leaves, stalks and other biomass and then convert that material into renewable fuels and chemicals.

Researchers integrate optical devices made of multiple materials onto single chip

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WASHINGTON — Researchers have developed a highly accurate way to assemble multiple micron-scale optical devices extremely close together on a single chip. Credit: Dimitars Jevtics, University of Strathclyde WASHINGTON — Researchers […].

'This is the time to double down': Top Vertex executives defend research plan as pressure builds

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A series of setbacks has led to criticism of the storied biotech's bid to diversify. But Vertex intends to stay the course, its CEO and top scientist say

The State of Pediatric Clinical Research: An Interview with Paidion CEO Barry Mangum, PharmD, FCP

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Barry Mangum talks the importance of pediatric research, its evolution over the years, and the obstacles and opportunities that the industry faces as it moves forward. How long have you been in pediatric clinical research, and how did you enter the field?

Stanford-led research underscores pollution’s impact on child health

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Credit: International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (icddrb) Studies have shown air pollution is a major […]. Medicine & Health child health impact pollutions research Stanfordled underscores

Blockchain: Ready to revolutionise medicinal cannabis research?

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As cannabis legalisation spreads, so too does medical research into all the benefits we can derive from THC, CBD, and the various terpenes to be found in the cannabis flower. In research as in cryptocurrency, even the slightest inconsistency could be disastrous.

Image analysis for everyone: PoL researchers acquire funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

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Both, experts and computational infrastructure, are overwhelmed by the vast amount of image data to be analyzed in biological and biophysics research. Social & Behavioral Science acquire analysis Chan funding Image initiative PoL researchers Zuckerberg

Thermo Fisher to buy research contractor PPD in $17B deal

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The deal values PPD at $47.50 a share, or about 24% over the company's closing price on April 13 — the day before The Wall Street Journal reported word of the planned acquisition

TTUHSC researcher investigates ways to enhance neurolysin activity in the brain

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Biology activity brain enhance investigates neurolysin Researcher TTUHSC waysIschemic stroke, the second leading cause of death worldwide, occurs when a vessel to the brain is blocked, reducing blood flow to the brain and depriving it of critical supplies of oxygen and nutrients.

OSU research helps uncover strikingly simple means of diagnosing ecosystem health

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Credit: Bev Law, OSU Journal Nature DOI 10.1038/s41586-021-03939-9 Method of Research Data/statistical analysis Subject of Research Not applicable Article Title The three major axes of terrestrial ecosystem function Article Publication Date 22-Sep-2021.

New grant expands community-based diabetes prevention research to entire families

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Medicine & Health communitybased Diabetes entire expands families grant prevention researchA culturally grounded, community approach to improving the health of Latino youth at risk for Type 2 diabetes is expanding to include entire families.

Headache Research Advances Though Cures Are Elusive

NY Times

Research into these often mysterious and debilitating disorders has languished. That’s changing.

USAID awards UC Davis $15 Million for Global Horticulture Research Program

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million total funding possible, to support a global research program led by the University of California, Davis, that advances fruit and vegetable production, handling, and consumption. Technology and Engineering awards Davis global Horticulture million program research USAIDThe U.S.

University of Huddersfield to lead on major NEETs research funded by the Leverhulme Trust

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Social & Behavioral Science funded Huddersfield lead Leverhulme major NEETs research trust University

Utilizing Integrated Technology Solutions to Address Key Cancer Research Challenges

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Integrated research solutions are beneficial to cancer centers in more ways than one — institutions can leverage technology, services, and IRB/IBC to streamline research. Clinical Research Technologies Efficient Clinical Trials Site Management