Apr 30, 2021
Can Covid-19 be understood through the lens of data analysis? By
using artificial intelligence, variables previously going unused
could be seen in a new light.
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Apr 29, 2021
Dr. Lee Merritt Bio:
Dr. Lee Merritt experienced medicine first hand at age four accompanying her father on housecalls along the back roads of Iowa. She graduated in 1980 from the University of Rochester School of Medicine in New York where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. She...
Apr 28, 2021
That scene of an alien invader exploding from another life form's chest might be happening in your backyard. Entomologist Michael Strand says that, "virtually every insect on the planet is parasitized by some parasitoid wasps." He explains how this ubiquitous wasp has been so successful for millions of years through...
Apr 28, 2021
"These tumors actually becoming something that's very, very different in response to therapy. And this allows them then to survive and adapt," says David Goode, regarding current studies he's leading on cancer, specifically prostate. He adds that by changing cell type, these cancer cells evade treatment by altering what...
Apr 27, 2021
How can specific clusters of individuals in populations in
certain parts of the world further dementia research worldwide? New
research shows that mutations present in younger group members can
help prevent the early onset of symptoms.
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