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Anthropology, Archaeology, Conservation Biology, Plants, ancient diet, Agriculture, Native American, Potato

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Medicine

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Hippocampus, walking ability, mental decline, Neurology, Research, American Academy Of Neurology

The Hippocampus Underlies the Link Between Slowed Walking and Mental Decline

The connection between slowed walking speed and declining mental acuity appears to arise in the right hippocampus, a finger-shaped region buried deep in the brain at ear-level, according to a 14-year study conducted by scientists at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.

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Robert Olen Butler, Florida State University, Beinecke Library at Yale University, Pulitzer Prize winner

FSU English Professor's Literary Archive Headed for Immortality

The lifetime literary archive of Pulitzer Prize-winner Robert Olen Butler has been purchased by the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University.

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Cancer, Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), Stem Cell, Relapse, John Dick, leukemia stem cells, princess margaret cancer centre, University Health Network

Stem-Cell Researchers Solve Mystery of Relapse in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

Leukemia researchers led by Dr. John Dick have traced the origins of relapse in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) to rare therapy-resistant leukemia stem cells that are already present at diagnosis and before chemotherapy begins.

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CRISPR, Cas3, Cas9, Structure, Cryo Electron Microscope, cryo-EM, Harvard Medical School, Maofu Liao, Cornell University

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Kansas State University, K-State, KSU, Kansas State, Graphene, Guinness, Guinness World Records, World Record, 3-D Print, 3-D, 3D, 3-D printed graphene, Aerogel, graphene aerogel, Dong Lin, Engineering, industrial and manufacturing systems engineering

Guinness World Records Names Engineers' Graphene Aerogel as World's Least Dense 3-D Printed Structure

An engineering team has developed 3-D printed graphene aerogel that GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS has declared the lightest 3-D printed material in the world. The team includes researchers from Kansas State University, the University at Buffalo and Lanzhou University in China.

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pain, Chronic Pain, Opioids, Psychological Care, Psychological Services, acceptance and commitment therapy, Toronto General Hospital, University Health Network, transitional pain service

Vulnerable, at-Risk Chronic Pain Patients Taper Opioids Successfully with Psychological Tools

Psychological support and new coping skills are helping patients at high risk of developing chronic pain and long-term, high-dose opioid use taper their opioids.

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GoCreate, A Unique Workspace at WSU Where You Can Make Stuff

You’ve got a million dollar idea but you don’t have a million dollars to make it. Bring your idea here: www.gocreate.com. In this video, Ty Masterson, the director of GoCreate, discusses the scope of this innovative work space.

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Prescription Drug Cost, Senior Citizens, medication review, Adherence, Prescription Drug

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Neuroscience, Deep Brain Stimulation, Essential Tremor, Electrical Engineering, Neural Engineering

Brain Signals Deliver First Targeted Treatment for World’s Most Common Movement Disorder

In a first, UW researchers have delivered targeted treatment for essential tremor - the world's most common neurological movement disorder - by decoding brain signals to sense when patients limbs are shaking.







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