Pesquisadores investigam a nutrição de precisão para melhorar a saúde e prevenir doenças 

A prescrição de determinados nutrientes, grãos, frutas e legumes personalizados para os genes e outras características biológicas de uma pessoa pode ajudar a melhorar sua saúde? Os pesquisadores da Mayo Clinic estão explorando os possíveis benefícios da orientação personalizada de dieta e de nutrientes para os genes, o metabolismo, o microbioma e outras características distintas de uma pessoa.

Brookhaven Early Career Professionals Connect with Nobel Laureates in Kyoto, Japan

Three early-career professionals at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory had the opportunity to connect with Nobel laureates, discuss pressing global issues, and explore historic Kyoto, Japan at the 19th annual meeting of the Science and Technology in Society (STS) forum.

باحثون يدرسون التغذية الدقيقة لتحسين الصحة والوقاية من الأمراض

مدينة روتشستر، ولاية مينيسوتا – هل يمكن أن يساعد وصف عناصر مغذية وحبوب وفواكه وخضروات بعينها تلائم جينات شخص ما وخصائصه البيولوجية الأخرى في تحسين صحته؟ يستكشف باحثو مايو كلينك الفوائد المحتملة لتخصيص العناصر المغذية والتوجيه الغذائي بما يتناسب مع جينات الشخص والأيض والحَيُّوم الدقيق لديه وغيرها من الخصائص المميزة. الهدف النهائي لهذا النهج الشامل هو تعزيز الصحة والمساعدة في الوقاية من الأمراض المرتبطة بالنظام الغذائي، بما في ذلك مرض القلب والسكري وبعض أنواع السرطان.

Investigadores estudian la nutrición de precisión para mejorar la salud y prevenir enfermedades 

Puede ayudar a mejorar la salud de una persona la prescripción de una dieta específica de nutrientes, cereales, frutas y verduras adaptada a sus genes y otras características biológicas? Los investigadores de Mayo Clinic están explorando los posibles beneficios de adaptar los nutrientes y la orientación alimentaria a los genes, el metabolismo, el microbioma y otras características distintivas de una persona. El objetivo final del enfoque holístico es promover la salud y ayudar a prevenir las enfermedades relacionadas con la dieta, como las enfermedades cardíacas, la diabetes y algunos tipos de cáncer.

APEC University Leaders’ Forum 2022 Successfully Concludes with High-level Discussions on Preparing for the Next Pandemic

Business leaders, policy makers, and university presidents from APRU, a network of 60 leading research universities from 19 economies around the APEC region, convened at the Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, on 16 November for the APEC University Leaders’ Forum (AULF) 2022, under the theme: “Preventing the Next Pandemic.”


罗切斯特,明尼苏达州 — 如果根据一个人的基因和其他生物学特征来制定包含特定营养物质、谷物、水果和蔬菜的专门食谱,是否有助于改善他们的健康状况?妙佑医疗国际(Mayo Clinic) 的研究人员正在探索根据一个人的基因、新陈代谢、微生物群系和其他区别特征来定制营养物质和膳食指南的潜在益处。这种综合方法的最终目标是改善健康,帮助预防与饮食相关的疾病,包括心脏病、糖尿病和某些癌症。

CUVET’s “Saraburi Premium Milk” Business Model to Promote Thai Dairy Farmers’ Competitiveness in the Global Market

Chula Veterinary Science Research supports dairy farmers to develop their product quality and brands as entrepreneurs of dairy farm businesses under “Saraburi Premium Milk” to stand competitive in the face of economic crisis.

A chip to replace animal testing

Empa researchers are developing a medical chip in collaboration with the ETH Zurich and the Cantonal Hospital of St.Gallen that will allow statements to be made about the effect of substances on babies in the womb. The Zurich-based ProCare Foundation is funding the project, which was recently launched.

La encuesta de ILAE destaca las preocupaciones globales sobre los medicamentos genéricos anticrisis

Los neurólogos de todo el mundo tienen preocupaciones sobre el uso de medicamentos genéricos anticrisis, cuestionando la calidad deficiente o inconsistente, el acceso limitado, el costo y la falta de control regulatorio.

Umbilical Cord Blood Transplant Saves Leukemia Patient

The recovery of Jesus Torres, a patient at Loyola Medicine with acute myeloid leukemia, highlights the importance of access to innovative, experimental treatments for blood cancers for all communities. As a world-class research institute, Loyola Medicine provides unique, life-saving therapies through its participation in clinical trials, such as a phase 3 clinical trial that uses umbilical cord blood transplantation to treat patients with acute myeloid leukemia.

UC Davis Health and Illuminate implement abdominal aortic aneurysm surveillance program

UC Davis Health and AI software company Illuminate have developed a centralized abdominal aortic aneurysm surveillance program using artificial intelligence software. The effort identifies at-risk abdominal aortic aneurysm patients who may have been ‘lost-to-follow-up’ either due to COVID-19 or other factors.

Chula’s Potassium Liquid Soap from Used Cooking Oil for a Greener Environment and Circular Economy

A researcher from Chulalongkorn University’s Institute for Environmental Research has made it possible to transform used vegetable oil into potassium liquid soap that cleanses effectively, is water soluble, 100% biodegradable, and safe for the wastewater treatment system.

Johns Hopkins APL Releases First-Ever Global Estimates for Road Transportation Greenhouse Emissions Leveraging Artificial Intelligence and Satellite Images

APL scientists have leveraged the global coverage of satellite imagery and the strengths of machine learning to create the first automated approach for estimating greenhouse gas emissions from the road transportation sector.

Oak Ridge, Argonne national laboratories collaborate with Wabtec on hydrogen-powered trains to decarbonize rail industry

As the United States shifts away from fossil-fuel-burning cars and trucks, scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge and Argonne national laboratories are exploring options for another form of transportation: trains. The research focuses on zero-carbon hydrogen and other low-carbon fuels as viable alternatives to diesel for the rail industry.

Brookhaven Lab Integrates the Rising STEM Scholars Program

As a way to give students the resources and momentum to embark on a deeper exploration of their interests throughout high school, Brookhaven Lab’s Office of Educational Programs (OEP) began hosting the DOE Workforce Development for Teachers and Scientists (WDTS)-funded Rising STEM Scholars program.

Addressing Health Inequities Could Help Avert a Neurologic Health Crisis

The closing plenary session at ANA2022 spotlighted neurologic health inequities and presented new research finding that neighborhood disadvantage strongly predicted likelihood of death from neurologic conditions independent of individual wealth and demographics.

The VR glove from the 3D printer

Together with EPFL and ETH Zurich colleagues, an Empa team is developing next-generation VR gloves that will make virtual worlds tangible. The glove is to be tailored to each user and capable of being produced largely automatically – using a 3D printing process.

Restored blood flow meant less pain, better quality of life for those with leg artery disease

estoring blood flow to the legs, whether through bypass surgery or a less invasive artery-opening procedure with a stent, reduced pain and improved quality of life for people with peripheral artery disease (PAD), according to preliminary, late-breaking research presented today at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2022.

WVU Extension helping veterans learn about agriculture through partnership with Operation Welcome Home

Veterans and community members are gaining career knowledge and tools through agriculture as part of a cooperative effort between West Virginia University Extension and Operation Welcome Home, a project designed to support military members moving from active-duty service to civilian life.