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DIRECTOR, CLINICAL RESEARCH - INTERCEPT PHARMACEUTICALS - SAN DIEGO, CA

In a related field preferred with 5 years or more direct biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry experience in Clinical Research...From...

SINGLE-CELL COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS OF LIGHT HARVESTING IN A FLAT-PANEL PHOTO-BIOREACTOR

Flat-panel photo-bioreactors are customarily applied for investigating growth of microalgae. Optimal design and operation of such reactors...

 
 
 
11 'bad habits' that are actually healthy, according to science

11 'BAD HABITS' THAT ARE ACTUALLY HEALTHY, ACCORDING TO SCIENCE

Many of your supposedly "bad habits" may actually be perfectly good for you, according to scientific research. Whether you like naps,...

DATA ANALYST | BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LABORATORY

US - NY - Upton, Why Work at BNL? Brookhaven National Laboratory is a multipurpose research institution funded primarily by the U.S....

 
 
 
Andrea Ravelo IAmScience

ANDREA RAVELO IAMSCIENCE

Andrea Ravelo, a Ph.D. candidate in Chris Pires' lab. | photo by Allison Scott, Bond LSC By Allison Scott | Bond Life Sciences Center Mizzou...

Living high, but feeling low? Study says that living in high-altitude areas increases your risk of depression

LIVING HIGH, BUT FEELING LOW? STUDY SAYS THAT LIVING IN HIGH-ALTITUDE AREAS INCREASES YOUR RISK OF DEPRESSION

New systemic research based on 12 studies and published in the Harvard Review of Psychiatry revealed that the incidents of depression...

 
 
 
Whether or not you are susceptible to traveler's diarrhea depends on the protein content of your saliva, according to new research

WHETHER OR NOT YOU ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO TRAVELER'S DIARRHEA DEPENDS ON THE PROTEIN CONTENT OF YOUR SALIVA, ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH

Traveler's diarrhea can be either inconvenient or fatal, depending on its severity. However, thanks to research, experts are one step...

Scientists set to make new form of recycled paper from POO

SCIENTISTS SET TO MAKE NEW FORM OF RECYCLED PAPER FROM POO

Austrian researchers have come up with a new way to save millions of trees from paper mills. They can extract cellulose from the dung...

 
 
 
‘Well Done' Red Meat Linked to Liver Disease, Diabetes Risk Factor

‘WELL DONE' RED MEAT LINKED TO LIVER DISEASE, DIABETES RISK FACTOR

A study out of Israel suggests that your risk for diabetes increases if you eat your steak well done. This research looked at non-alcoholic...

Eating nuts can lower the risk of irregular heartbeat, a major cause of stroke, a new study finds

EATING NUTS CAN LOWER THE RISK OF IRREGULAR HEARTBEAT, A MAJOR CAUSE OF STROKE, A NEW STUDY FINDS

Research has found that eating nuts at least three times a week was associated with an 18% reduced risk of atrial fibrillation, a heart...

 
 
 
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INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR BUSINESS INSIDER INTELLIGENCE? CHECK OUT THESE OPPORTUNITIES!

Olu Eletu/Unsplash Business Insider Intelligence is a premium research service provided by Business Insider. We specialize in business...

The Bond Market Is Calling The Fed's Bluff

THE BOND MARKET IS CALLING THE FED'S BLUFF

From Adem Tumerkan : This week, the Federal Reserve's FOMC Minutes confirmed what we've been thinking - that the Fed will find a way...

 
 
 
Pain-Induced Changes in the Brain's Opioid System May Explain the Limited Effectiveness of Opioid Therapy in Chronic Pain

PAIN-INDUCED CHANGES IN THE BRAIN'S OPIOID SYSTEM MAY EXPLAIN THE LIMITED EFFECTIVENESS OF OPIOID THERAPY IN CHRONIC PAIN

Animal research suggests pain-induced changes in the brain's opioid receptor system may explain the limited effectiveness of opioid...

Obese patients with an infectious disease survive are twice as likely to survive, study finds

OBESE PATIENTS WITH AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE SURVIVE ARE TWICE AS LIKELY TO SURVIVE, STUDY FINDS

Obese patients sufffering from infectious disease and discharged from hospital are about twice as likely to survive compared to those...

 
 
 
God of War Sold 2.1 Million Copies Digitally in April, According to SuperData

GOD OF WAR SOLD 2.1 MILLION COPIES DIGITALLY IN APRIL, ACCORDING TO SUPERDATA

According to market research firm SuperData , Sony's God of War isn't just a great hit at retail- after all, it has been tearing up...

Facebook releases its U.S. political ad archive

FACEBOOK RELEASES ITS U.S. POLITICAL AD ARCHIVE

Facebook's new archive for U.S. political ads - created to give users more information about who is advertising on Facebook and who...

 
 
 
Establishing the link between soil health and animal growth: Healthier soils make for healthier animals

ESTABLISHING THE LINK BETWEEN SOIL HEALTH AND ANIMAL GROWTH: HEALTHIER SOILS MAKE FOR HEALTHIER ANIMALS

A study published in the journal Animal found that healthier soils lead to healthier animals. In the study, a team of researchers at...

Bloom Science Plans to Advance Microbial Treatment for Epilepsy

BLOOM SCIENCE PLANS TO ADVANCE MICROBIAL TREATMENT FOR EPILEPSY

Bloom Science , a biotech founded to advance a new class of microbe-based therapeutics for neurological disorders, is making its debut...

 
 
 
Inactivity Tied to Bladder Problems in Middle-Aged Men

INACTIVITY TIED TO BLADDER PROBLEMS IN MIDDLE-AGED MEN

A recent research study that looked at nearly ten thousand men aged forty years or older found bladder and urinary issues can be a...