Stem Cells Seem Speedier in Space2017-03-21
| Scientists are sending stem cells to the International Space Station to test whether these cells proliferate faster in microgravity without suffering any side effects.
Mutants in Microgravity2017-03-21
| A proof-of-concept investigation, Nanobiosym Genes, is sending two strains of Staphylococcus aureus bacteria to the International Space Station.
Orbital ATK Cygnus Set to Deliver Research to Space Station2017-03-21
| Orbital ATK is targeted to launch its Cygnus spacecraft into orbit for a resupply mission to the International Space Station March 24, 2017 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida
Symphonizing the Science: NASA Twins Study Team Begins Integrating Results2017-03-17
| Preliminary findings were discussed during the Human Research Program Investigators' Workshop in January, and now enthusiasm abounds as the integration process begins.
Crystal Growth, Earth Science and Tech Demo Research Launching to Orbiting Laboratory2017-02-16
| The tenth SpaceX cargo resupply launch to the International Space Station, targeted for launch Feb. 18, will deliver investigations that study human health, Earth science and weather patterns.
American Health Council Names Emmanuel Buys, Ph.D. to Education Board2017-02-08
| Dr. Emmanuel Buys of the Massachusetts General Hospital Research Institute and Harvard Medical School has been selected to join the Education Board at the American Health Council.
Techindia: The KPO with a Difference2017-02-07
| Sathya Kumar R, founder & CEO, Techindia Infoway, started his entrepreneurial journey in 2000 building custom ERP software applications for clients in manufacturing and healthcare.
HESA Helps Promote Encephalitis Research with Funding Pledge to AE Alliance2017-02-06
| Two U.S. non-profits join forces to combat autoimmune encephalitis, a potentially deadly condition.
One-Year Mission Investigators Debut Preliminary Results at NASA Workshop2017-01-31
| The first glimpses of research data from NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly's year in space are out
Scientists and Students Tackle Omics at NASA Workshop2017-01-26
| Astronaut Kate Rubins awards students for artwork portraying Omics. The Sports Gene author David Epstein and Twins Study investigator Chris Mason host "Omics of Sports & Space". Twins Study investigators release preliminary results.
Sciencell To Host Live Webinar On Technical Tips For Successful QPCR2017-01-21
| Register now to learn tips for successful qPCR, a technique for gene expression profiling
Cookware Made with Scrap Metal Contaminates Food; Study Across 10 Countries Warns of Lead and Other Toxic Metals2017-01-20
| Tests conducted on samples of aluminum cookware made in 10 developing countries show that more than one-third of those pose a lead exposure hazard.
American Health Council Names Kirk Dombrowski, Ph.D. to Education Board2017-01-18
| Dr. Kirk Dombrowski of The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has been selected to join the Education Board at the American Health Council.
Seven Ways Astronauts Improve Sleep May Help You Snooze Better on Earth2016-12-16
| The hazards of lost sleep can range from on-the-job errors to chronic disease. People all around the world experience disruptions in circadian rhythm, or the body's natural regulator for sleep and wake cycles based on a 24-hour schedule, every day.
Bioprognos Obtains the CE Marking for its Algorithm to Support the Diagnostic of Lung Cancer2016-12-16
| Bioprognos obtains the CE Declaration of Conformity for its algorithm to support the diagnostic of lung cancer after complying with the requirements of the European directive on medical devices and implementing a quality management system
Asimov's "Fantastic Voyage" Inspires a Show Stopping VR Medical Animation2016-12-14
| Scientific Animations leverages the power of Virtual Reality to take viewers on a "glass aquarium" like journey through the human body.