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NITTO BIOPHARMA, INC: RESEARCH ASSOCIATE CODE NBPI020

Nitto BioPharma, Inc: Position: Research Associate job code NBPI020Position ObjectiveThe successful candidate will join our research...

Scientists Hit Pay Dirt with New Microbial Research Technique

SCIENTISTS HIT PAY DIRT WITH NEW MICROBIAL RESEARCH TECHNIQUE

Credit: Susan Brand and Marilyn Chung/Berkeley Lab Long ago, during the European Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci wrote that we humans...

 
 
 
16-Inch MacBook Pro Said to Launch in September With LCD and 3072x1920 Resolution

16-INCH MACBOOK PRO SAID TO LAUNCH IN SEPTEMBER WITH LCD AND 3072X1920 RESOLUTION

Apple plans to release a 16-inch MacBook Pro in September, according to Jeff Lin, an analyst at research firm IHS Markit. MacRumors...

Google spent 10 years researching what makes the 'perfect' manager - here at the top 10 traits they found

GOOGLE SPENT 10 YEARS RESEARCHING WHAT MAKES THE 'PERFECT' MANAGER - HERE AT THE TOP 10 TRAITS THEY FOUND

Justin Sullivan/Getty If you have great managers and team leads, not only will you get the best out of your people, but they'll also...

 
 
 

PROLONGED TRANSMISSION OF A RESISTANT BACTERIAL STRAIN IN A NORTHERN CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL

Researchers have used whole genome sequencing to demonstrate transmission of a single bacterial strain that possessed a carbapenem-resistance...

OTR: David Paleologos says pollsters did not get 2016 election wrong

OTR: DAVID PALEOLOGOS SAYS POLLSTERS DID NOT GET 2016 ELECTION WRONG

The director of the Suffolk University political research center responds to President Trump's criticism of pre-election polls.

 
 
 
President Trump says he never threatened to demote Fed chairman months after White House team researched whether it's legal

PRESIDENT TRUMP SAYS HE NEVER THREATENED TO DEMOTE FED CHAIRMAN MONTHS AFTER WHITE HOUSE TEAM RESEARCHED WHETHER IT'S LEGAL

President Donald Trump said in a "Meet the Press" interview on Sunday that he didn't threaten to demote Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome...

DoD's Joint AI Center to open-source natural disaster satellite imagery data set

DOD'S JOINT AI CENTER TO OPEN-SOURCE NATURAL DISASTER SATELLITE IMAGERY DATA SET

A group of AI practitioners and the U.S. military will soon open-source xBD, a labeled data set of satellite images from major natural...

 
 
 

ONCODRIVECLUSTL: A SEQUENCE-BASED CLUSTERING METHOD TO IDENTIFY CANCER DRIVERS

AbstractMotivationIdentification of the genomic alterations driving tumorigenesis is one of the main goals in oncogenomics research....

PROCESSED FOODS AND EFFECT ON DEVELOPING FETUS' BRAIN: AUTISM LINK?

New research examines what happens when neural stem cells are exposed to high levels of an acid commonly found in processed foods.

 
 
 
Probiotics and Kids: What You Need to Know

PROBIOTICS AND KIDS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

You've heard that probiotics are important for good digestion and immune function. Does that mean you should supplement your kids?...

Gut-brain axis may be bridge linking chronic pain with microbiome changes

GUT-BRAIN AXIS MAY BE BRIDGE LINKING CHRONIC PAIN WITH MICROBIOME CHANGES

A Canadian study reveals the gut bacteriaâs relationship with chronic pain in findings that identify changes in the gut microbiome...

 
 
 
Blue Pigment from Engineered Fungi Could Help Turn the Textile Industry Green

BLUE PIGMENT FROM ENGINEERED FUNGI COULD HELP TURN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY GREEN

Lead researcher Aindrila Mukhopadhyay holds a vial of purified indigoidine crystals. Often, the findings of fundamental scientific...

AI Weekly: CVPR 2019 showcased AI that can visualize hidden objects and see around corners

AI WEEKLY: CVPR 2019 SHOWCASED AI THAT CAN VISUALIZE HIDDEN OBJECTS AND SEE AROUND CORNERS

The IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition 2019 was this week. Here are a few of the highlights.

 
 
 
International visitor investment goes up 8.5 million till March this year

INTERNATIONAL VISITOR INVESTMENT GOES UP 8.5 MILLION TILL MARCH THIS YEAR

The number of international visitors to Australia went up to 8.5 million in the 12 months to March this year, with China being the...

High protein, low diversity? Athletes' protein-rich diets may compromise gut health: Korean study

HIGH PROTEIN, LOW DIVERSITY? ATHLETES' PROTEIN-RICH DIETS MAY COMPROMISE GUT HEALTH: KOREAN STUDY

Diets high in protein may be detrimental to gut microbiota diversity in athletes, and for resistance athletes in particular, high-protein...

 
 
 
Drug for Sickle Cell Disease Shows Promising Results in Clinical Trial

DRUG FOR SICKLE CELL DISEASE SHOWS PROMISING RESULTS IN CLINICAL TRIAL

Clinical trial data presented by UConn School of Medicine researchers at the 24th Congress of the European Hematology Association.

Measles Vaccine Provides Health Schooling Benefits in LMICS Kids

MEASLES VACCINE PROVIDES HEALTH SCHOOLING BENEFITS IN LMICS KIDS

Researchers assessed the long-term associations of measles vaccination and child anthropometry, cognition, and schooling outcomes in...

 
 
 
Your phone could be causing you to grow horns in your skull

YOUR PHONE COULD BE CAUSING YOU TO GROW HORNS IN YOUR SKULL

Sit up straight, everyone, because the slouched head-down posture we adopt when looking at our phones could be causing us to grow horns....

The DISARM Act Can Help Fix the Broken Antibiotics Market

THE DISARM ACT CAN HELP FIX THE BROKEN ANTIBIOTICS MARKET

In his a recent piece for Bloomberg, reporter Robert Langreth paints a harrowing picture of the quickly deteriorating antibiotics market...