Baruch S. Blumberg Institute to Host 15th Annual Regional Biotech Conference2015-10-03
| Conference at PA Biotech Center to focus on reducing costs of drug development.
Walk the Line2015-09-30
| NASA Studies Physical Performance After Spaceflight
Learning How Muscle Cells Feel the Pull of Gravity2015-09-30
| An investigation on the International Space Station to learn more about exactly how cells sense gravity could help scientists figure out ways to prevent that muscle loss, in space and on Earth.
Sequencing DNA in the Palm of Your Hand2015-09-30
| A tiny new device called the MinION , developed by Oxford Nanopore Technologies, promises to help scientists sequence DNA in space. NASA's Biomolecule Sequencer investigation is a technology demonstration of the device.
Flu Shot in Space May Help Us Understand Changes in Astronauts' Immune Systems2015-09-28
| The Immunome Changes in Space investigation will look at how an astronaut's immune system changes in response to acute and prolonged exposure to microgravity and other spaceflight stressors.
"A Love For Life" to Race Six Boats in Philadelphia's International Dragon Boat Festival to Raise Money For Pancreatic Cancer Research2015-09-24
| Annual Fundraising Effort Honors Memory of Newtown, PA Resident Kevin Edmonds Who Lost His Two-Year Battle to the Disease in 2012
Cancer: The Basis for New Therapies2015-09-18
| Recent research has shown that the behaviour of the immune system can predict the development of cancer.
Announcing the Formation of Bale/Doneen Practice2015-09-18
| Leaders in the Oral-Systemic Health Movement Forge a Powerful Company to Modernize Preventive Medicine
Empowering Women with PCOS to Transform Their Lives2015-09-15
| Insulite Health to Participate in PCOS Symposium in Atlanta, Georgia as a Supporting Sponsor on September 19th, 2015
Presented at the 23rd Annual ICNIM 2015, Oligonol is Ready to Break into the Canadian Market2015-09-02
| Oligonol, from Quality of Life Labs (QOL), is the first commercially produced low-molecular-weight polyphenol, with documented anti-aging effects (2007).
Leaders in Fields of Pain and Migraine Research to Meet in Washington, DC Next Month2015-09-01
| The world's leading experts in the fields of pain and migraine research will be meeting in Washington, DC on September 23-24, 2015 for the 9th Annual Pain and Migraine Therapeutics Summit.
Italian Scientist, Dario Crosetto, Offers Patents for Recognized Life-Saving Technology2015-08-28
| Dallas-based scientist offers philanthropists or private investors, patents in return for funding plus the provision of free 3D-CBS cancer screening for those with low incomes.
Meso Takes A Hike2015-08-20
| 4th Annual 5K Walk/Hike for Mesothelioma Research on Mesothelioma Awareness Day
Gene Study Offers Crystal Ball View of Future Fertility in Young Women2015-08-04
| A simple blood test can likely predict young women's future ability to have children later in life
Science Duel YouTube Contest to Celebrate the International Year of Light 20152015-07-30
| Starting from Summer 2015, science.duel.life invites you to celebrate the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies by participating in a YouTube video contest.
ISS Benefits For Humanity: Hope Crystallizes2015-07-28
| The newest Benefits for Humanity video highlights how high-quality crystals grown in microgravity lead to new therapeutics for disease. Learn how the investigation of protein crystals in space is helping to treat Duchenne Muscu
Space Station's Continued Accomplishments Benefit Humanity2015-07-28
| The extensive achievements from research conducted aboard the International Space Station are documented in the newly updated "International Space Station Benefits for Humanity."
First Humanoid Robot In Space Receives NASA Government Invention of the Year2015-07-27
| The actual Robonaut 2 (R2), the first humanoid robot in space, was recently selected as the NASA Government Invention of the Year for 2014.