The 3rd World Marketing Forum “The New Marketingverse: Meta Mitri Meetang.”

Marketing Association of Thailand, in partnership with Asia Marketing Federation, is delighted to present the prestigious “3rd World Marketing Forum.”

FAU, National Academy of Inventors® Offer Students Intellectual Property Certificate

The certificate program was launched this spring for senior engineering students at FAU, and to date, more than 700 have graduated with the certificate. Through this certificate program, students will gain a broad understanding of intellectual property, and is expected to spur innovation and entrepreneurship at FAU.

Systemic Sclerosis-associated Interstitial Lung Disease Focus of Latest Clinical Practice Guideline

In patients with systemic sclerosis (SSc), a rare connective tissue disease, interstitial lung disease contributes to 35 percent of deaths. Published recently in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, the latest American Thoracic Society Clinical Practice Guideline makes a number of recommendations. One recommendation expands antifibrotic treatment to all patients with systemic sclerosis associated with ILD (SSc-ILD), not just those with progressive disease.
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Device ‘smells’ seawater to discover, detect novel molecules

Researchers in ACS Central Science report a proof-of-concept device that “sniffs” seawater, trapping dissolved compounds for analyses. The team showed that the system could easily concentrate molecules that are present in underwater caves and holds promise for drug discovery in fragile ecosystems, including coral reefs.

Registration Opens for NTI 2024, AACN’s 50th Conference

Next year, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses will celebrate its 50th National Teaching Institute & Critical Care Exposition, May 20-22, in Denver. NTI has become the premier conference for critical and progressive care nursing education. Registration is open, and media credentials are available.

Reliable security online for protection against fraud

Is there a feasible way to enjoy more effective online fraud protection that is more consumer-friendly at the same time? This question is being worked on by University of Bonn researchers in collaboration with the Leibniz Institute for Information Infrastructure (FIZ) in Karlsruhe and the University of Duisburg-Essen, who are jointly developing an online platform that affords better protection against identity data misuse for both consumers and merchants.

Argonne National Laboratory set to play pivotal role in realizing U.S. goals for nuclear science research

The Nuclear Science Advisory Committee recently unveiled its 2023 Long Range Plan for nuclear science. Argonne National Laboratory, with its world-class nuclear physics facilities and expertise, is poised to play a pivotal role in realizing the plan.

New Research in JNCCN Suggests a Simple and Inexpensive Option for Reducing a Major Chemotherapy Side-Effect

New research in the November 2023 issue of JNCCN—Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network suggests that breast cancer patients who have insufficient levels of vitamin D before starting paclitaxel treatment are more likely to experience peripheral neuropathy.

Jefferson Lab Welcomes Next Generation of Nuclear Physicists

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility is proud to announce nine new graduate fellowships for the 2023-2024 academic year, thanks to ongoing funding from Jefferson Science Associates. These fellowships offer students a unique opportunity to collaborate with leading nuclear physicists at Jefferson Lab and pursue advanced studies at their respective universities.

Experts assess states’ case in lawsuit against Meta over youth mental health concerns

Meta, the parent company of social media platforms Facebook and Instagram, faces federal lawsuits from 42 states’ attorneys general asserting that the company intentionally crafted features to make children and teens become addicted to their products. Virginia Tech experts Mike Horning and Donna Wertalik offer their perspectives on what the lawsuits mean for social media companies and users.

Studies on Higher Infliximab Concentrations in IBD, Opioid-Related Constipation and More in the November Issue of AJG

The November issue of AJG highlights new clinical science and reviews including additional colonoscopy quality measures, higher infliximab concentrations in IBD patients with higher visceral adipose tissue (VAT), an automated tissue systems pathology test for Barrett’s esophagus, and opioid-related constipation.

Medicare Could Save an Additional $10 Billion Annually Across 10 Drugs by Using a Therapeutic Reference Pricing Approach in Upcoming Price Negotiations

Value in Health announced the publication of a study showing that United States Medicare could save up to an additional $5-$10 billion dollars annually across 10 drugs if it negotiated prices using a therapeutic reference pricing approach rather than using the statutory ceiling price alone.