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Brain

Artificial Intelligence in the operating room: AI expedites brain tumor diagnoses during surgery

There are so many different types of cancer that exist in all parts of our body, and each subset of cancer has its own challenges during treatment. Brain…

field

Over 200 Scientific Studies Have Been Synthesized – Watch Out Climate Change, We’re Coming for You

Floods in the Midwest. Droughts on the West coast. The climate crisis has become impossible to deny as the havoc it causes becomes impossible to ignore. Very few…

bacteria growing in Petri dish

Superbugs require super drugs—or do they?

Antibiotic resistant bacteria are frightening. When resistant, the bacteria are not affected by the drugs usually employed to kill them (antibiotics). Some postulate that such “superbugs” might even…

An Exploration of Obstacles to Genetic Testing for Inherited Heart Conditions

  A rising issue in the world of genetic exploration is the availability and execution of genetic screenings for inherited conditions. One particular group of conditions passed down…

Archie the Giant Squid’s Genome Has Finally Been Revealed

The giant squid (Architeuthis dux, affectionately known as Archie ) is an animal so mysterious and mighty that it has inspired the tale of the mythical kraken that…

Not Just a Walk in the Woods – Studying Impacts of Outdoor Recreation on Terrestrial Wildlife

     Researchers from across the globe have collaborated to identify criteria to apply in the selection of methods for studies focused on the impacts of outdoor recreation…

DNA

Is your sunscreen, moisturizer AND makeup causing damage to your DNA?

Most of us use cosmetic products as a part of our everyday routine – whether it is sunscreen to protect our skin from the sun’s harmful rays; moisturizer…

McDonald’s Secret Menu: Used Cooking Oil for 3-D Printing?

What do you do with the oil you used to cook dinner?  Perhaps you haphazardly swirl it around with soap and dump it down the drain, or you…

Alcoholic Beverages

Anti-alcoholism drug might double as a cancer treatment

The growth of cancer cells depends not only on the cells themselves, but also the cellular environment. This is called the tumor microenvironment. Cancer scientists from the Tokyo…

Fish or Chainsaw? Ethics and Reasoning Behind the Display of Endangered Species

What’s a fun family friendly afternoon, educational experience, and conservation operation all-in-one?  A day spent wandering a zoo or an aquarium, of course!  In a new study, Australian…

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