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Trump’s Authenticity Is What’s Making Him Popular, UB Political Scientist Says

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Iowa State Professor Weighs Pros and Cons of Mergers for Business and Consumers

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Investment in research and development is dwarfed by the money corporations spend to acquire other firms. And the return on that investment is not always beneficial for business or consumers, said David King, with Iowa State University’s College of Business.

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Parents’ Preconception Exposure to Environmental Stressors Can Disrupt Early Developmental Processes

Article spotlights latest science showing transgenerational health impact of environmental stressors

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Ukranian Physicists Uprooted by War, Behemoth Telescopes that Cost a Billion Dollars or More, the Heaviest Elements Science can Make, and a Satellite View of the Nepalese Quake

Ukranian Physicists Uprooted by War, Behemoth Telescopes that Cost a Billion Dollars or More, the Heaviest Elements Science can Make, and a Satellite View of the Nepalese Quake

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Berkeley Lab Spinoff Company Makes Fast, Accurate Nanoscale Sensor

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Imagine being able to test your food in your very own kitchen to quickly determine if it carried any deadly microbes. Research conducted at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and now being commercialized by Optokey may make that possible.

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Injection That Destroys Fat Cells May Offer Option to Surgery for Double Chin, UT Southwestern Plastic Surgeons Say

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UT Southwestern Medical Center plastic surgeons have a non-surgical approach to treating “double chins” − the moderate-to-severe fat below the chin using an FDA-approved drug that when injected into tissue destroys fat cells.

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New Discovery Provides Insight into the Development of Complications in Type 1 Diabetes

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Joslin scientists have advanced understanding of how the cellular repair process is impaired in type 1 diabetes, which can cause cell death and lead to complications.

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Rutgers Study Finds Smoking Prevalence Has Not Decreased for Individuals with Poor Mental Health

Despite a significant decline in tobacco use by adults, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), smoking rates in individuals with poor mental health remained the same for a decade, according to a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine by researchers at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.

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NSU Establishes New Farquhar Honors College

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Nova Southeastern University Establishes New Farquhar Honors College