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Release date: 22-Jul-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Endocrine Society representative to speak at Rep. DeLauro’s Hill event
Endocrine Society

The Endocrine Society’s Chief Policy Officer will be among the speakers at House Appropriations Committee Ranking Member Rosa DeLauro’s (CT-03) press conference to highlight the dangers of 2025 federal government funding proposals that would cut funding for biomedical research and public health.

Release date: 22-Jul-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Converting captured carbon to fuel: Study assesses what’s practical and what’s not
University of Colorado Boulder

A new analysis sheds light on major shortfalls of a recently proposed approach to capture CO2 from air and directly convert it to fuel using electricity. The authors also provide a new, more sustainable, alternative.

Newswise: Putting the power of lab-based diagnostic testing in the palm of your hand
Release date: 22-Jul-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Putting the power of lab-based diagnostic testing in the palm of your hand
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering

Because of its high accuracy, laboratory-based polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing is the gold standard for infectious disease diagnostics. Yet PCR requires highly trained staff and costly equipment, hindering its availability, especially in low-resource settings. New research suggests a different kind of test could be more streamlined without sacrificing performance.

Release date: 22-Jul-2024 12:05 PM EDT
دراسة من مايو كلينك تكشف عن مخاطر جينية للإصابة بالسرطان لدى 550 مريضًا
Mayo Clinic

لا تتمكن البروتوكولات الحالية للفحص من اكتشاف عدد كبير من الأشخاص الذين يحملون طفرات جينية مرتبطة بمتلازمة سرطان الثدي والمبيض الوراثي ومتلازمة لينش، مما يزيد من خطر الإصابة بأنواع معينة من السرطان. تظهر هذه المشكلة بشكل خاص بين الأقليات التي لا تحصل على تمثيل كافٍ.

Newswise: Females’ osteoarthritis risk should be addressed early in life
Release date: 22-Jul-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Females’ osteoarthritis risk should be addressed early in life
UT Southwestern Medical Center

Sex-specific differences in the knee joint should be considered as early as childhood to help prevent higher incidence and severity of knee osteoarthritis (OA) in women later in life, UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers propose in a review of clinical data. Their findings, published in Osteoarthritis and Cartilage, investigate knee anatomy and biology, metabolic factors, and youth sports injuries that can contribute to a higher risk of OA.

Newswise: Argonne-led research working toward reducing electronic waste with biodegradable luminescent polymers
Release date: 22-Jul-2024 12:05 PM EDT
Argonne-led research working toward reducing electronic waste with biodegradable luminescent polymers
Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne-led research working toward reducing electronic waste with biodegradable luminescent polymers with high light-emitting efficiencies.

Release date: 22-Jul-2024 12:00 PM EDT
Expert Available: Netanyahu Visits DC
George Washington University

Israeli Prime Minister is set to arrive in Washington DC today. ...

Release date: 22-Jul-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Estudo da Mayo Clinic revela riscos genéticos de câncer em 550 pacientes
Mayo Clinic

Os protocolos de rastreio atuais não conseguem detectar um número notável de pessoas portadoras de mutações genéticas associadas à síndrome de câncer hereditário da mama e do ovário e à síndrome de Lynch, que aumentam o risco de desenvolver certos tipos de câncer. Esta questão é principalmente acentuada entre as minorias sub-representadas.

Release date: 22-Jul-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Estudio de Mayo Clinic revela riesgos genéticos de cáncer en 550 pacientes
Mayo Clinic

Los protocolos de detección actuales no pueden detectar un número notable de personas que tienen mutaciones genéticas asociadas con el síndrome de cáncer de mama y ovario hereditario y el síndrome de Lynch, que aumentan el riesgo de desarrollar ciertos tipos de cáncer. Esta cuestión se acentúa principalmente entre las minorías subrepresentadas.

Newswise: Researchers develop 'organ on a chip' for better drug testing 
Release date: 22-Jul-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Researchers develop 'organ on a chip' for better drug testing 
Virginia Tech

Improving human quality of life with drug treatments is a complicated issue. Drug certification, including drug safety and reliability, entails a long series of tests and government approvals before the drug is available for anyone to use. Testing drugs is challenged by ethical and biological concerns. Testing new drugs on humans is usually part of a clinical trial and occurs near the end of a drug's path to public use.


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