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The Davis Museum at Wellesley College Announces Seven Exhibitions Opening in February

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The Davis Museum at Wellesley College presents seven exhibitions this spring. The first U.S. museum retrospective of Iranian master Parviz Tanavoli, along with Rembrandt and the Landscape Tradition, and Michael Craig-Martin: Reconstructing Seurat will be on view February 10 – June 7.

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PNNL Recognized for Moving Biofuel, Chemical Analysis Innovations to Market

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Developing renewable fuel from wet algae and enabling analysis of complex liquids are two of the latest innovations Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has successfully driven to the market with the help of commercial partners.

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Baylor Researcher Develops Biomarker for High-Risk Colon Cancer Metastases

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A new study developed at Baylor Research Institute at Dallas has discovered unique microRNA signatures in primary colorectal cancers that could predict metastasis in the distant future.

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UNMC's 'Lightly Embalmed' Cadaver Program Provides Innovative Learning Tool

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An innovative training program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center using lightly embalmed cadavers helps better prepare surgeons in training and serves as a national model. Lightly embalmed cadavers more realistically mimic actual surgeries and allow surgeons in training to walk before they run.

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Skip the Dip! Super Bowl Team Cities See Spike in Flu Deaths

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Having a team in the Super Bowl correlated to an average 18 percent increase in flu deaths among those over 65 years old, according to a study of health data covering 35 years of championship games.

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San Diego Team Wins $1.7 Million Grant from Stem Cell Agency to Develop Quality Control Methods

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A team at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) has won a $1,784,000 grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) to support the development of a new method for detecting DNA damage in stem cells to ensure that only the highest quality cells are used in transplantation or therapy.