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New Warning System Discovered in the Immune Defence

White blood cells are major components of the body’s immune defence, and the research group has shown that several types of these cells react...
vanadium

Heavy Oils and Petroleum Coke Raising Vanadium Emissions

Human emissions of the potentially harmful trace metal vanadium into Earth’s atmosphere have spiked sharply since the start of the 21st century due in...
Alzheimer’s

MIT Research Laid Groundwork for Promising Alzheimer’s-Fighting Drink

Much of Professor Emeritus Richard Wurtman’s career in MIT’s Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences revolved around developing new treatments for diseases and conditions...
sports drink

Building a Better Sports Drink

Henry J. Binder, Professor Emeritus of and Senior Research Scientist in Medicine at Yale, didn’t set out to create a better Gatorade—but in looking...
bacteria

Researchers Use Glass to Limit Spread of Drug-resistant Bacteria

As G20 health experts meet this week to discuss the need for new antibiotics to combat drug-resistant bacteria, researchers at Missouri University of Science...
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UMD Research Uncovers Reason for Growing Pest Damage in Genetically Protected...

A UMD-led study provides new evidence of a decline in the effectiveness of genetically engineered traits widely used to protect corn crops from insects....