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Why Biotechnology is Important: 5 Life-Saving Innovations

Nov 27, 2023 - Emily Newton

Biotechnology is important for saving lives, curing diseases, improving quality of life and much more. Over the years, biotechnology has led to countless incredible discoveries and treatments, from life-saving vaccines to a cure for blindness.…

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5 Main Antibiotic Resistance Mechanisms Explained

Nov 20, 2023 - Emily Newton

Antibiotic resistance is one of the most pressing global health challenges today. Everyone should know these 5 main causes of it.

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Are Antibody-Drug Conjugates the Future of Cancer Medicine?

Nov 7, 2023 - Emily Newton

Are antibody-drug conjugates the key to curing cancer? This guide explains how ADCs work and how they’re helping cancer patients.

How New Technology Can Improve Pharmaceutical Market Access

Oct 27, 2023 - Revolutionized Team

The ultimate goal of the pharmaceutical industry should be to provide the treatment options patients need. To do that, businesses must ensure reasonable pharmaceutical market access, but that can be a challenge in today’s environment.…

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How Can We Solve the Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Crisis?

Oct 18, 2023 - Emily Newton

Pharmaceutical waste — biologically active medicine that has expired, been thrown away or been excreted from the body — is becoming a serious problem in waterways. Researchers have detected dozens of human medications in rivers…

How and Why to Perform a Pharmacoeconomics Analysis

Oct 16, 2023 - Emily Newton

What is a pharmacoeconomics analysis, and how do you perform one? Get the details here.

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What Is Pharmaceutical Science?

Oct 10, 2023 - Emily Newton

From vaccines to over-the-counter allergy pills, all medications go through a rigorous process before anyone can take them. Discovering, designing, synthesizing, testing and distributing chemicals that could profoundly affect the human body is a highly…

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8 Medical School Programs That Emphasize Spanish

Aug 10, 2023 - Emily Newton

Being able to speak Spanish lets physicians see more patients, put them at ease and understand exactly what’s bothering them. It’s a crucial ability to have — especially in the U.S., where 44% of Hispanic…

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Biotechnology Downstream Processing in Action

Jun 6, 2023 - Emily Newton

Biotechnology is full of jargon, but some of the most compelling insights into humanity are underneath it. Biotechnology downstream processing (DSP) is one method that provides humans with strategies for improved health care and more…

How Will Molecular Diagnostics Impact the Future of Medicine?

Mar 2, 2023 - Emily Newton

Scientists mapped the human genome in 1990, but are still figuring out how it works. What is molecular diagnostics?

Because of modern differences in brain makeup, the psychology of risk means more people now are enticed by risky behavior.

The Psychology of Risk: Why Is It Frightening Yet Addictive?

Feb 26, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

Every creature on Earth strives to survive, so why do some people enjoy tempting fate? Here is a look at the psychology of risk.

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How 3D Brain Imaging Could Help Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

Feb 25, 2023 - Ellie Gabel

3D brain imaging is useful for diagnosing degenerative diseases, but scientists are working to improve it. Here are the latest breakthroughs.