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Me and My World: The Human Factor in Space - NASA One-Year Mission Video Miniseries
Me and My World: The Human Factor in Space - NASA One-Year Mission Video Miniseries
2015-07-01 | Learn about the human factors in NASA's One-Year Mission.
Thought Leaders to Meet in Baltimore for the 7th Annual Personalized & Precision Medicine Conference
Thought Leaders to Meet in Baltimore for the 7th Annual Personalized & Precision Medicine Conference
2015-06-30 | This conference brings together payers, molecular diagnostics companies, genome analysis/interpretation companies, clinicians and many others in order to provide attendees with a holistic view of the precision medicine landscape.
Don't Stress the Small Stuff: NASA's One-Year Mission Research Helps Combat Stress and Fatigue
Don't Stress the Small Stuff: NASA's One-Year Mission Research Helps Combat Stress and Fatigue
2015-06-09 | Behavioral Health investigations are being conducted aboard the International Space Station to learn more about the brain and how it responds to stress and fatigue in space.
Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc. (SCDAA) awarded the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), Sickle Cell Disease Newborn Screening Program Grant
Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc. (SCDAA) awarded the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), Sickle Cell Disease Newborn Screening Program Grant
2015-06-05 | The SCDAA has been designated to serve as the National Backbone Organization for the HRSA Sickle Cell Disease Newborn Screening Program. As the national backbone organization SCDAA will work with community-based organizations across the country.
Did You Quit Smoking Too Easily? The Bottom Line Is It Could Be A Sign of Lung Cancer
Did You Quit Smoking Too Easily? The Bottom Line Is It Could Be A Sign of Lung Cancer
2015-06-04 | AND More Startling Symptoms Are In Fact Alerts for Possible Cancer
Naturopathic Cancer Society Aims to Rethink How To Help People Living With Cancer
Naturopathic Cancer Society Aims to Rethink How To Help People Living With Cancer
2015-05-29 | Isn't it time to rethink how to help people living with cancer? NCS is doing just that.
SpinSat and Things That Slither Splashdown With End of Sixth SpaceX Mission
SpinSat and Things That Slither Splashdown With End of Sixth SpaceX Mission
2015-05-27 | The International Space Station had worms. Roundworms to be exact, but those and several other samples, hardware and data returned aboard the completed sixth SpaceX contracted resupply mission.
Watching Worms Will Help Humans Age More Gracefully
Watching Worms Will Help Humans Age More Gracefully
2015-05-27 | Tiny worms who spent time aboard the International Space Station could help humans understand more about the effects of aging in space.
I Sprint for Exercise: NASA's iRAT Study
I Sprint for Exercise: NASA's iRAT Study
2015-05-20 | Run far or run fast? NASA investigates with latest study
CRO Analytics Announces Partnership with ACRP to Assess Clinical Trial Quality
CRO Analytics Announces Partnership with ACRP to Assess Clinical Trial Quality
2015-05-16 | Partnership Will Utilize Performer Platform for Investigator Sites to Evaluate Trials
Hepatitis B Foundation Marks 50th Anniversary of HBV Discovery at its Crystal Ball Gala
Hepatitis B Foundation Marks 50th Anniversary of HBV Discovery at its Crystal Ball Gala
2015-05-07 | Annual event raises $110,000 for research and outreach to eliminate hepatitis B that affects more than 12 million Americans and 2 billion people worldwide
Lumos Pharma Receives Wellcome Trust Award for Advancing Potential Treatment of Creatine Transporter Deficiency (CTD)
Lumos Pharma Receives Wellcome Trust Award for Advancing Potential Treatment of Creatine Transporter Deficiency (CTD)
2015-05-06 | Lumos Pharma, Inc. (Austin, Texas) announced today that it has received an award of up to $5.5 million from the Translation Fund of the Wellcome Trust.
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Hosts Puno Global Health Research Symposium to Highlight Research That Will "Save Millions of Lives At Time"
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Hosts Puno Global Health Research Symposium to Highlight Research That Will "Save Millions of Lives At Time"
2015-05-06 | The Johns Hopkins Puno Global Health Research Team will host a symposium to showcase groundbreaking medical research at The Puno Global Health Research Site. The research will potentially impact over half the world's population.
CMicrotek Expands Line of Ultra-low Current Probes Optimized for Battery-powered Product Development
CMicrotek Expands Line of Ultra-low Current Probes Optimized for Battery-powered Product Development
2015-04-23 | CMicrotek adds the uCP120 for higher power applications including WiFi.
Sixth SpaceX Delivery of Station Research With a Side of Caffeine
Sixth SpaceX Delivery of Station Research With a Side of Caffeine
2015-04-14 | From improving LCD screens to testing espresso machines, a variety of research is headed to the International Space Station aboard the sixth SpaceX contracted resupply mission.
Flexing New Muscles on the International Space Station
Flexing New Muscles on the International Space Station
2015-04-14 | American company Ras Labs creates muscles out of an advanced smart material that could be used in robots, expanding its capabilities while enabling them to go places considered too dangerous for humans.
"Space-Age" Research Looks to Provide New Human Health Insights
"Space-Age" Research Looks to Provide New Human Health Insights
2015-04-13 | Spaceflight causes significant physiological changes including an accelerated loss of muscle and bone density, and immune system dysfunction that parallel the effects of natural aging here on Earth.
Scientists Make No Bones About First Study of Osteocyte Cultures on Space Station
Scientists Make No Bones About First Study of Osteocyte Cultures on Space Station
2015-04-13 | With their delivery on the next SpaceX commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station, the Osteo-4 investigation team will analyze the effects of microgravity on osteocyte cultures for the first time.
Quantum Vision System Reviews Indicate That Dr. William Kemp Optometrist Quantum Vision System Guarantee Users A Chance At A Restored 20/20 Vision In As Little As 7 Days
Quantum Vision System Reviews Indicate That Dr. William Kemp Optometrist Quantum Vision System Guarantee Users A Chance At A Restored 20/20 Vision In As Little As 7 Days
2015-04-08 | "Is Dr. William Kemp's Quantum Vision System scam? Referencing Reviewcle.com, Quantum Vision System offers unique vision restoration system. The Quantum Vision System explores eye care solution that could effectively transform the eye care industry."
Center for Human Reproduction Comments on SCIENCE Magazine's Article on "Controversial Fertility Treatments"
Center for Human Reproduction Comments on SCIENCE Magazine's Article on "Controversial Fertility Treatments"
2015-04-01 | Experimental mitochondrial transfer has potential to improve fertility treatment outcomes for older women without sacrificing genetic connection to the children, according to Center for Human Reproduction, a leading fertility center in New York City.