The Department of Energy and The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) have a rich history of scientific and technological cooperation spanning many fields and projects.
HMH joins nationwide network working to accelerate transformative health solutions
Transient inflammatory pain causes long-lasting mitochondrial changes in sensory neurons, contributing to chronic pain.
Marketing Association of Thailand, in partnership with Asia Marketing Federation, is delighted to present the prestigious “3rd World Marketing Forum.”
New 5-year contracts for the Mid-Hudson Valley and New York City region support continued clinical services, outreach, and education to injured and sick workers.
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.
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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In a proof-of-concept in ACS’ Nano Letters, a team has designed injectable nanoparticles that released naloxone ― which rapidly reverses opioid overdose effects ― when triggered by blue light. In experiments with mice, this system was activated a month after injection.
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.
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.
UCLA scientists have developed a new method to engineer more powerful immune cells that can potentially be used for “off-the-shelf” cell therapy to treat challenging cancers.
Reducing health disparities in incidence and mortality for major types of cancers can be aided by sophisticated computer modeling efforts, according to new, wide-ranging perspectives from researchers at Georgetown University’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center and colleagues around the country.
A new report in Nature Geoscience has brought to light the challenge of air pollution levels in Africa and why international action is needed to combat it.
Press Release from The National Family Violence Law Center- Rahimi: Supreme Court appears poised to affirm that the Constitution is not a suicide pact.
Bronchiectasis, a condition defined by widened lung airways, cough and sputum production, and frequent infections, often presents along with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
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.
The largest floating ice shelves in the polar ice sheet have lost more than a third of their volume since 1978.
Researchers with the Translational Research in Neuroimaging and Data Science (TReNDs) Center at Georgia State have identified important new methods for accurately identifying possible biomarkers in adolescent brains that can reliably predict cognitive developments and psychiatric issues.
Today, the CDC released a new report which found newborn syphilis cases, which can be fatal, have risen more than tenfold in the last decade and almost 32% in a single year. Irene Stafford, MD, associate professor and maternal-fetal medicine…
Scientists have unlocked the genetic basis underlying the remarkable variation in body size observed in song sparrows, one of North America’s most familiar and beloved songbirds. This discovery also provides insights into this species’ capacity to adapt to the challenges of climate change.
New maps of more than 1,000 deep-seated landslides in the Puget Lowlands of Washington State provide evidence of the last major earthquake along the Seattle Fault about 1,100 years ago—and may also hold traces of older earthquakes along the fault.
A common, cat-borne parasite already associated with risk-taking behavior and mental illness in humans may also contribute to exhaustion, loss of muscle mass, and other signs of “frailty” in older adults, suggests a study published Nov. 6 in the Journal of Gerontology: Medical Science.
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.
Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute and Aalborg University in Copenhagen have shown that changes can be detected in blood tests up to eight years before a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease and up to three years before a diagnosis of ulcerative colitis.
Kale is considered particularly healthy due, among other things, to its high secondary plant compound content, including the glucosinolates that give the vegetable its typical cabbage flavour.
HARRISONBURG, Va. — The holiday season can be a time of great joy for many, featuring festive gatherings with family and friends, brightly colored decorations and lights, and time off from work and other routines. However, the season can be…
A new study from UChicago Medicine found stable, age-related patterns in firearm suicide, with the disturbing exception of accelerating rates in younger teens, and that states with less strict firearm laws had higher firearm suicide rates.
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.
Better education for cat owners, more communication from veterinarians, increased drug choices and cheaper, rapid diagnostic tools can help improve antimicrobial use in cats, which has important implications for rising antimicrobial resistance in animals and humans, according to two new papers by Cornell researchers.
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.
Novel noninvasive method allows for precise diagnosis of feeding intolerance severity
Sage grouse and cows can coexist on the same land without declines in greater sage grouse nest success or insect abundance, according to a 10-year University of Idaho study.
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.
Macarena de la Fuente, MD, chief of neuro-oncology at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, has been elected to the Society of Neuro-Oncology (SNO)’s board of directors. She becomes the first Hispanic elected to the multidisciplinary board.
The Association of American Cancer Institutes (AACI) congratulates Monica Bertagnolli, MD, on her U.S. Senate confirmation today as the next director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
PNNL officials travel to Cyprus as subject matter experts and trainers for U.S. State Department Export Control and Border Security Program.
VECTOR program to establish, enhance vector control efforts across Texas, Louisiana
Researchers led by Mroj Alassaf at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in the United States have discovered a link between obesity and neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers at North Carolina State University have created a land change model that simulates interactions between urban growth, increased flooding and how humans adapt in response. The new model could offer a more realistic assessment of risk for urban planners, natural resource managers and other local government stakeholders.
While social media platforms have strict policies on illegal muscle-building drugs, the policies around legal muscle-building dietary supplements vary
University of Houston researchers use machine learning and SHAP analysis to pinpoint air pollution sources
Researchers used fossil evidence to engineer a soft robotic replica of an extinct marine organism to understand how locomotion has changed in animals over time.
A scientific team, including Purdue University, propose hardware that mimics the human brain
The study could help to inform strategies to lessen the long-term impact on those affected by the recent gun violence in Lewiston, Maine, as well as other incidents nationwide
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.
A UC San Diego Herbert Wertheim School of Public Health and Human Longevity Science study reveals that online shopping for tobacco products increased the months following the California flavored tobacco ban and identified potential loopholes in tobacco control policies on e-commerce sales.
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.
The Empa research group led by Maksym Kovalenko is researching innovative materials for the batteries of tomorrow. Whether it’s fast-charging electric cars or low-cost stationary storage, there’s a promising material or a novel manufacturing process for every application.
The Miami Dolphins and AutoNation have teamed up to fund a $1-million, four-year Breast Cancer Research Foundation project at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center to investigate critical health disparities that drive mortality among breast cancer patients.
Could robots, whose forms can be adapted to achieve almost any real-world task, soon be able to lend a hand in understanding the paleoecology tracing of extinct organisms?