Discoveries

Journeys of Discovery: Beautifully Shattered – Dismantling the Hate

Join correspondent Tom Wilmer in Little Rock, Arkansas for an interview with Robin White, National Park Service superintendent at Central High School National Historic Site, and Courtney Bradford, professor of black history and curator at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. White and Bradford challenge listeners to examine racial inequalities through the …

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Journeys of Discovery: Beautifully Shattered – Dismantling the Hate

Join correspondent Tom Wilmer in Little Rock, Arkansas for an interview with Robin White, National Park Service superintendent at Central High School National Historic Site, and Courtney Bradford, professor of black history and curator at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center. White and Bradford challenge listeners to examine racial inequalities through the …

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Bioelectronica Announces Expansion of Hypercell ™ for Antibody Discovery, Closing of Oversubscribed Series A Funding, Growth in Local Hiring and Expansion of Facilities in Reno

Extension of Hypercell ™ for biopharmaceutical discovery with software. Establishing a second site increased laboratory capacity by over 45% and engineering capacity by over 70%. RENO, Nev., July 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Bioelectronics® Corporation (“Bioelectronica”) announced today that it has secured an undisclosed amount in its Series A …

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New ALS Discovery Highlights Possible Treatment Path

A recently discovered intracellular process in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) may be the starting point for developing new treatments for the disease, new research shows. The research, which was led by Professor Eran Perlson of the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology at Tel Aviv University, was published in the EMBO …

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Discoveries & Impact (July 2021)

Discoveries & Impact highlights some publications by section in the Department of Internal Medicine. Cardiovascular medicine Compared with second-generation drug-eluting stents, devices with ultrafine spacers were associated with a 19% reduction in target lesion failure at three years, a long-term meta-analysis of 18 publications from of 10 trials published in …

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