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Memory Formation Or Cranial Time Travel?

Jul 13, 2022 - Ellie Gabel

One of the continual areas of interest is how the brain makes memories. What do we know about this process?

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The DNA Debate: Should Genetic Engineering Be Allowed?

Jun 7, 2022 - Emily Newton

Genetic engineering could save lives and cure diseases. Is it worth the risk, though? The ethical debate is complicated.

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The Best MedTech Apps in 2022

Jun 7, 2022 - Ellie Gabel

The following apps are some of the best medtech apps and can be used by physicians to better understand their patients.

Becoming Immortal: Can Humans Stop Aging?

May 19, 2022 - Ellie Gabel

Human lives are getting longer by the year, but is there any possibility that we could ever become immortal? Can humans stop aging?

How Can Genetic Engineering Help the World?

Dec 14, 2021 - Emily Newton

Genetic engineering is helping the world’s scientists break new ground. Here are some of the fascinating ways it could benefit society.

How Is Precision Medicine Helping the Health Care Industry?

Apr 27, 2021 - Emily Newton

Precision medicine enables personalized, more effective treatments and care management. Here’s how it’s shaping health care.

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Resilience Is Crucial for Pharmaceutical Supply Chains

Feb 23, 2021 - Emily Newton

Supply chains must be resilient. Here are some proactive steps to take now to make pharmaceutical supply chains more resilient.

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Here’s How to Successfully Make the Move to Bioprocessing 4.0

Feb 16, 2021 - Emily Newton

Updating a factory so that it uses bioprocessing 4.0 strategies is not always straightforward. However, making gradual changes and following best practices gets results. Having a clear plan also leads to cost-effective outcomes.

Why Is Health Important for Individuals and Communities?

Jul 16, 2020 - Emily Newton

Most of us know our personal health is important, but did you know it can have a serious impact on your community’s well-being, too?

Rare Diseases and Why We Study Them

Apr 7, 2020 - Emily Newton

What are the rarest diseases in the world, which ones might be classified as ultra-rare and why is studying these conditions so important for the healthcare field?

Is Acetaminophen a Cancer Risk?

Feb 4, 2020 - Emily Newton

Acetaminophen is a common painkiller. Let’s take a look at the science behind claims that acetaminophen is a cancer risk.

An Introduction to Human Anatomy

Nov 21, 2019 - Emily Newton

The human body is an astounding piece of biological engineering. You are the world’s most advanced biological computer, but how does it work?

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NASA's Perseverance Rover successfully touched down on the red planet on February 18, 2021. The rover's main goal is to search for signs of alien life. Perseverance will also collect rock samples and regolith for a possible return to earth. Thumbnail Credit: NASA

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