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In wake of hurricane, microbial ecosystem remarkably resilient
Johns Hopkins Medicine Researchers Link Sugar-Studded Protein to Alzheimer’s Disease
NASA-Supported Solar Sail Could Take Science to New Heights
Scientists use national study to enhance understanding of late-life disability and care
UCLA’s Vickie Mays explains why accurate Covid death counts are important
Johns Hopkins neuroscientists find brain mechanism tied to age-related memory loss
‘Sting’ Protein’s Efforts to Clean Up Brain Cell Damage May Speed Parkinson’s Disease Progress
Preliminary Study Shows Minimally Invasive Diagnostic Biomarker Strategy Successful
Diet plays key role in ADHD symptoms in children
Scientists create photonic materials for powerful, efficient light-based computing
When dueling narratives deepen divide
‘Nanobodies’ from Llamas Could Yield Cell-Specific Medications for Humans
Engineers develop fast and accurate Covid sensor
Scientists find link between Parkinson’s gene and vocal issues that could lead to earlier diagnosis
Book addresses future of local and global agri-food systems
HKUMed and JHU teams jointly discover role of central nervous system in control of bone healing
Face shape influences mask fit, suggests problems with double masking against Covid
Hospitals Can Reduce Antibiotic Overuse by Avoiding Unnecessary Blood Draws in Critically Ill Children, Study Shows
New Emory TB research center to help draw attention to an old but still deadly disease
From Blurry to Bright: AI Tech Helps Researchers Peer into Brains of Mice
Ai tech helps researchers peer into brains of mice
Research finds barriers to successful bloodstream infection surveillance in home healthcare settings
Why Breakthrough COVID? Antibodies Fighting Original Virus May Be Weaker Against Omicron
U.S. Multisociety Task Force on Colorectal Cancer releases new recommendations for harmartomatous polyposis syndrome
Contributor to racial/ethnic childhood obesity disparities
Johns Hopkins Study Finds Patients Hospitalized with Omicron Face Similar Risks to Those with Delta
Study Reveals Set of Brain Regions That Control Complex Sequences of Movement
Lab Grown, Self-Sustainable Muscle Cells Repair Muscle Injury and Disease, Mouse Study Shows
Study: Mediterranean-Style Diet Further Linked to Reduced Risk of Preeclampsia in Pregnant Women of All Races
UCLA-developed technology enables single-cell sorting by function
Following Mediterranean-style diet during pregnancy may reduce risk of preeclampsia
Following Mediterranean-style diet during pregnancycould help lower risk of preeclampsia
Trio of Studies Suggests Further Need for Women Leaders in Heart Disease Research and Care
School of Medicine climbs ever closer to No. 1 NIH funding
More than $10M in research grants awarded to study long COVID impact on CVD health
NASA Gives Boost to BU-led Effort to Model Solar System’s Protective Bubble
Food insecurity doubled likelihood of foregoing or delaying medical care during first year of Covid pandemic in U.S
Semiconductor technology startup wins 2022 Rice Business Plan Competition
Inflammation, Rather Than Virus Provoking It, May Be Key to Covid Loss of Smell
Ian Matthew-Clayton named Vice President and Chief Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Officer
Some arthritis drugs may reduce Alzheimer’s and related dementias risk in those with heart disease
AI predicts if: and when: someone will have cardiac arrest
Hubble probes extreme weather on ultra-hot Jupiters
CUORE team places new limits on bizarre behavior of neutrinos
NIH funds new tuberculosis research advancement centers
UW Medicine to get up to $5.3M for TB research center
Black people with diabetes disproportionately affected by diabetic ketoacidosis during COVID
Convalescent plasma could lower hospitalization risk for newly infected Covid patients