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Study Shines New Light on How Salmonella “Die” at Low Temperatures

A new study shows the mechanism by which bacteria die at temperatures too low to rupture their cell walls.

– Penn State Materials Research Institute

Cell Press

Embargo expired on 06-Feb-2018 at 12:00 ET

New Drug Target Emerges for a Dangerous Fungal Pathogen

A research team led by Stony Brook University scientists Mansa Munshi and Maurizio Del Poeta has discovered a novel gene that helps understand the mechanism of survival of Cryptococcus neorformans. Their finding, published in Cell Reports, may help p...

– Stony Brook University

Cell Reports

Embargo expired on 06-Feb-2018 at 12:00 ET

SLAS Scientific Journals Honor Achievement by Authors and Reviewers

SLAS Discovery (formerly the Journal of Biomolecular Screening) and SLAS Technology (formerly the Journal of Laboratory Automation), both published by SLAS (Society of Laboratory Automation and Screening) in partnership with SAGE Publishing, hosted a...

– SLAS (Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening)

Embargo expired on 07-Feb-2018 at 08:00 ET

Small Molecule Could Make a Big Difference for Arthritis Patients

Scientists at the Keck School of Medicine of USC have discovered a molecule that enhances cartilage regeneration and decreases inflammation.

– Keck Medicine of USC

Annals of Rheumatic Diseases

Alternatives to Whole Liver Transplants for Children Have Become Safer, Study Finds

In a new Johns Hopkins study of patient and graft survival trends for pediatric liver transplant recipients between 2002 and 2015, researchers found that outcomes for alternatives to whole liver transplantation (WLT), such as splitting a liver for tw...

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

The Journal of Pediatrics; 5K08HS023876-02, K23DK101677

Obesity Drives U.S. Health Care Costs Up by 29 Percent, Varies by State

Recent research by John Cawley, professor of policy analysis and management at Cornell University, provides new insights on how individual states are affected by the health care costs of obesity.

– Cornell University

Cell Phone Radiation and Tumors, World Cancer Day 2018, Gut Bacteria and Colon Cancer, and More in the Cancer News Source

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– Newswise

Arm Exercise Improves Walking Ability After Stroke

A new study shows that arm exercises may improve walking ability months and even years after having a stroke. The study, the first to test the influence of arm training on post-stroke leg function, is published ahead of print in the Journal of Neurop...

– American Physiological Society (APS)

An Cyanine Dye Acid Test that Won't Drown in Water

Near-infrared cyanine dyes are go-to tools for studying the inner workings of cells and investigating the biochemistry of disease, including cancer. But even though they have low toxicity and plenty of applications, these fluorescent dyes have a weak...

– Michigan Technological University

Chemical Communications, Jan-2018 ; National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health R15GM114751; National Science Foundation 1048655

New CRISPR Method Efficiently Corrects DMD Defect in Heart Tissue

Scientists have developed a CRISPR gene-editing technique that can potentially correct a majority of the 3,000 mutations that cause Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD) by making a single cut at strategic points along the patient’s DNA, according to a...

– UT Southwestern Medical Center

Science Advances

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UNC Researchers Identify Patterns of HIV Risk among People Who Inject Drugs in Vietnam

In an effort to combat new HIV infections among men who inject drugs in Vietnam, researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill conducted the first study to explore how this population mixes together. Their results were published in t...

– University of North Carolina Health Care System

Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, Jan-2018

Children Affected by Prenatal Drinking More Numerous than Previously Estimated

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine found a significant number of children across four regions in the United States were determined to have fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD). The new findings may represent more ...

– University of California San Diego Health


Mouse Study Adds to Evidence Linking Gut Bacteria and Obesity

A new Johns Hopkins study of mice with the rodent equivalent of metabolic syndrome has added to evidence that the intestinal microbiome — a “garden” of bacterial, viral and fungal genes — plays a substantial role in the development of obesity...

– Johns Hopkins Medicine

Mucosal Immunology; R01GM078238. R01DK083752

New Compound May Stop Bacteria From Causing Sickness

A study published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry is the first to describe a signaling pathway that affects communication — a process called quorum sensing — between Streptococcus bacteria cells.

– University of Illinois at Chicago

Journal of Biological Chemistry

Matchmaking for Cancer Care

Computer scientists from the University of Delaware and Georgetown University have developed a new system to rapidly determine which cancer drugs are likely to work best given genetic markers for a patent – the first publicly available system of it...

– University of Delaware


Big-Data Helps Define the Burden of Sarcoidosis

Nirav Patel, M.D. Physician-scientists from the University of Alabama at Birmingham using “big-data” recently summarized in the Journal of the American Heart Association the prevalence of cardiovascular manifestations, rates of defibrillator plac...

– University of Alabama at Birmingham

Journal of the American Heart Association

New Algorithm Decodes Spine Oncology Treatment

Every kind of cancer can spread to the spine, yet two physician-scientists who treat these patients describe a paucity of guidance for effectively providing care and minimizing pain. To resolve the confusion and address the continually changing lands...

– Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

The Lancet Oncology

A Blueprint for Future Blood-Nerve Barrier and Peripheral Nerve Disease Research

Researchers have detailed, for the first time, the normal human transcriptome of the blood-nerve barrier. This barrier — a tight covering of endothelial cells — maintains the microenvironment of peripheral nerves. Knowledge of the transcriptome w...

– University of Alabama at Birmingham

Scientific Reports; NS075212

Starving Liver Cancer

Scientists at the University of Delaware and the University of Illinois at Chicago have found a new way to kill liver cancer cells and inhibit tumor growth. This research could accelerate the development of new treatments for liver cancer, which is c...

– University of Delaware

Nature Communications

Cleaner Ship Fuels Will Benefit Health, but Affect Climate Too

Marine shipping fuels will get a whole lot cleaner in 2020 when a regulation by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) requires fuels to contain 80-86 percent less sulphur.This is the most significant improvement in global fuel standards for t...

– University of Delaware

Nature Communications

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IU Advances Fight Against Hepatitis B with 'Virus-Cracking' Molecules

Indiana University researchers have found that certain molecules -- several of which are currently under clinical trial -- are able to "crack" the protective shell of the hepatitis B virus, suggesting it may be possible to attack the virus after its ...

– Indiana University

eLife; R01-AI067417-04

Special UAB News Facebook Live 'Stop the Bleed' Event Set for 1 p.m., Feb. 7

The places change, and the death tolls do, too — three at a marathon, eight on a New York City street, 26 at an elementary school, 27 in a church, 49 in a nightclub, 58 at a country music festival. These nonsensical, violent attacks leave many peop...

– University of Alabama at Birmingham

Top 10 Trends Driving Healthcare in 2018

ISPOR, the professional society for health economics and outcomes research (HEOR), announced today the release of its “Top 10 HEOR Trends” list that identifies the most influential topics in the field of health economics and outcomes research for...

– ISPOR—The Professional Society for Health Economics and Outcomes Research

H3N2: What You Need to Know About This Year’s Flu

As the flu virus spreads this year, NewYork-Presbyterian breaks down how to prevent its spread and lessen symptoms.

– New York-Presbyterian Hospital

Health Care Coalitions, Set Up After 9/11 to Address Disasters, Improve Everyday Incident Responses

New research from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business finds that health care coalitions -- federally funded community organizations created after the 9/11 attacks to coordinate responses to mass casualty incidents -- can significantly impr...

– Indiana University

NEI Support Paved Early Pathway for Novel Glaucoma Therapies

The recent approval of two novel medications for glaucoma – the first new medications for the disorder in nearly 18 years – are fruit borne from decades of foundational scientific research supported by the National Eye Institute (NEI). The two me...

– NIH, National Eye Institute (NEI)

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Professor to Study Mental Health of Hurricane Maria Victims in Puerto Rico

Last year, Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, becoming one of the worst natural disasters in U.S territory. Ivelisse Torres Fernandez, an assistant professor at New Mexico State University and a native of Puerto Rico, has begun a study to examine t...

– New Mexico State University (NMSU)

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Newly Redesigned Takes Gold in 2018 AVA Digital Awards

The American Association of Endodontists is proud to announce our newly redesigned website’s Gold-level placement in the 2018 AVA Digital Awards. The new, which launched in December, won distinctions in the Redesign and Association sub-cate...

– American Association of Endodontists (AAE)

FAU Approved for Neurology Residency Program

FAU, in collaboration with Boca Raton Regional Hospital and Tenet HealthCare system’s Delray Medical Center, has received approval for a four-year, categorical neurology residency program.

– Florida Atlantic University

Perlmutter Cancer Center Names New Directorof Gastrointestinal Medical Oncology

Paul E. Oberstein, MD, a nationally renowned clinician-scientist, will join NYU Langone Health and its Perlmutter Cancer Center on March 1 as director of Gastrointestinal (GI) Medical Oncology and assistant director of its recently established Pancre...

– NYU Langone Health

New ACR Contrast Reaction Card Can Help Improve Management of Contrast-Related Adverse Events

The new American College of Radiology (ACR) contrast reaction card summarizes important steps to be taken when managing an acute reaction to contrast material.

– American College of Radiology (ACR)

UC San Diego Health Selected as Accountable Care Organization

UC San Diego Health has been selected by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) as one of 561 Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), ensuring as many as 10.5 million Medicare beneficiaries across the United States have access to high-quality,...

– University of California San Diego Health

TSRI Receives $10 Million Grant to Study Effects of Alcohol on the Brain

The five-year grant will support five individual research projects and three core resources at the TSRI Alcohol Research Center.

– Scripps Research Institute


Hackensack Meridian Health Announces Dedication of Justice Marie L. Garibaldi Medical Plaza and Investiture of Joseph E. Parrillo, M.D., Recipient of the Endowed Chair in Honor of the Late Justice

Hackensack Meridian Health, New Jersey’s most integrated health care network, is honored to announce the dedication of the Justice Marie L. Garibaldi Medical Plaza at Hackensack University Medical Center and the formal investiture of Joseph E. Parr...

– Hackensack Meridian Health

April Camiling Honored with Excellence in Nursing Award from Modern Healthcare

Hackensack Meridian Health Hackensack University Medical Center is proud to announce that April Camiling, MSN, RN, AOCNS, BMTCN, oncology nurse specialist in Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) at Hackensack University Medical Center, has been recogniz...

– Hackensack Meridian Health

Mayo Clinic e Inspire ponen en marcha serie “Expertos por experiencia” para explorar importancia de narraciones de pacientes

Mayo Clinic y la red social para la atención médica Inspire pusieron en marcha hoy “Expertos por experiencia”, nueva serie de artículos escritos por pacientes y personas encargadas de cuidarlos.

– Mayo Clinic

Global Team Wins $15 Million to Help End Preventable Newborn Deaths in Africa

A multidisciplinary global team including two Northwestern University professors has won a $15 million grant to improve the survival of newborns in Africa.

– Northwestern University

Mercy’s Center for Endocrinology’s Diabetes Education Program Receives American Diabetes Association’s Education Recognition Certificate

Mercy Medical Center’s Center for Endocrinology’s Diabetes Education Program has been awarded the American Diabetes Association (ADA)’s Education Recognition Certificate

– Mercy Medical Center, Baltimore

Vanderbilt Signs Agreement to Develop Methods for Preventing Global Spread of Deadly Viruses

The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has signed a five-year cooperative agreement worth up to $28 million with Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) to develop methods for preventing the global spread of viruses like chiku...

– Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Leaders in Vision Science Highlight Benefits of Federally-Funded Research

Leading vision scientists from the U.S. and around the world will gather in Washington, DC on Feb. 9 to discuss federal research funding with members of Congress. The researchers will share examples of how investing taxpayer dollars into basic scien...

– Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)

KU Cancer Center named “High-Performing Site” by National Cancer Institute

The University of Kansas Cancer Center was recently recognized as a “high-performing site” by the National Cancer Institute (NCI).

– University of Kansas Cancer Center

Science News

Advances Open New Frequency Range for Wireless Communications

The “internet of things,” which make everything from your toaster to your front door accessible online, has driven an explosion in data traffic and taken up huge amounts of bandwidth. However, a new range of frequencies in the terahertz region of...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

APL Photonics

Embargo expired on 06-Feb-2018 at 11:00 ET

The Future of Wireless Communications is Terahertz

Electrical and optical engineers in Australia have designed a novel platform that could tailor telecommunication and optical transmissions. They experimentally demonstrated their system using a new transmission wavelength with a higher bandwidth capa...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

APL Photonics

Embargo expired on 06-Feb-2018 at 11:00 ET

The Dawn of Gallium Oxide Microelectronics

Pushing semiconductor technology to its full potential requires smaller designs at higher energy density, and transparent conductive oxides are a key emerging material, offering the unlikely combination of conductivity and transparency over the visua...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Applied Physics Letters

Embargo expired on 06-Feb-2018 at 11:00 ET

Sequential Model Chips Away at Mysteries of Aircraft Ice

Ice accumulation on aircraft wings is a common contributing factor to airplane accidents. Most existing models focus on either ice that freezes as a thin film on the airfoil, or immediately after it impacts the wing. Researchers have announced a new ...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Physics of Fluids

Embargo expired on 06-Feb-2018 at 11:00 ET

Chemically Modified Drug Shows Promise for HIV Treatment and Elimination

Significant breakthrough could hasten an eventual HIV cure as modified antiviral drug is able to reach cells and tissues where HIV resides

– University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC)

Nature Communications, Feb. 6, 2018

The Schrödinger Equation as a Quantum Clock

Materials with controllable quantum mechanical properties are of great importance for the electronics and quantum computers of the future. However, finding or designing realistic materials that actually have these effects is a big challenge. Now, an ...

– University of Vienna

Nature Communications

Whey More Muscle: New Analysis Proves Protein Supplements Provide Significant Benefits for Weight Lifters

The debate is over. Dietary protein supplements significantly improve muscle strength and size when taken by healthy adults who lift weights, a determination reached by McMaster scientists who analyzed dozens of research studies.

– McMaster University

British Journal of Sports Medicine

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Lithium — It’s Not Just for Batteries: The Powdered Metal Can Reduce Instabilities in Fusion Plasmas, Scientists Find

Scientists have found that lithium powder can eliminate instabilities known as edge-localized modes (ELMs) when used to coat a tungsten plasma-facing component called the “divertor.”

– Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Nuclear Fusion, Jan. 2018

Farmed Seafood and Livestock Stack Up Differently Using Alternate Feed Efficiency Measure

A new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for a Livable Future found that, contrary to widely held assumptions, farmed fish and shrimp convert protein and calories in feed to edible seafood at rates ...

– Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Environmental Research Letters

Sleepless in Latin America: Blind Cavefish, Extreme Environments and Insomnia

Researchers have found that differences in the production of the neuropeptide Hypocretin, previously implicated in human narcolepsy, may explain variation in sleep between animal species, or even between individual people. It may also provide importa...

– Florida Atlantic University


A New Radiation Detector Made From Graphene

Graphene is a remarkable material: light, strong, transparent and electrically conductive. It can also convert heat to electricity, and researchers have recently exploited this thermoelectric property to create a new kind of radiation detector. Class...

– American Institute of Physics (AIP)

Applied Physics Letters

Large-Scale Removal of Beachgrass Leads to New Life for Endangered Coastal Lupine

A rare, coastal flowering plant known as Tidestrom's lupine -- threatened by native deer mice that can munch up to three-quarters of its unripe fruits under cover of an invasive beachgrass -- has been given a new life with the large-scale removal of ...

– Washington University in St. Louis

Restoration Ecology

S&T-Funded Tools Help Get Ahead of Storms

DHS S&T's HV-X platform integrates forecast and planning data to provide emergency managers with decision support tools for use in advance of and during tropical weather.

– Homeland Security's Science & Technology Directorate

Technology Keeps Rice Fertilizer Nice

A new tool may help growers make better decisions in applying nitrogen fertilizer to their rice fields.

– American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA), Soil Science Society of America (SSSA)

Annual Meeting

SLAC Celebrates Legacy of Theoretical Physicist Sidney Drell

With a symposium on fundamental physics, the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory remembered one of its key figures: world-renowned theoretical physicist Sidney Drell, who passed away in December 2016. Nearly 200 guests atten...

– SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Spritz for Sticky Pet Situations: Students Developing Spray to Keep Feces Off Fur

The owners of long-haired dogs have an unsavory problem that is not widely discussed, because, frankly, it’s kind of gross: Small clumps of feces get stuck in their dogs’ fur after the dogs defecate.

– Cornell University

Behind the Scenes: How Fungi Make Nutrients Available to the World

Without fungi, dead trees wouldn’t decay. The short-order cooks of the natural world, certain types of fungi can decompose plant cell walls and deposit carbon back in the soil. Scientists supported by the Department of Energy’s Office of Science ...

– Department of Energy, Office of Science

The Mind of a Medalist:

Athletes who make it to the Olympics have the speed or strength or whatever physical skills it takes to lead the world in their sport. But Johns Hopkins University scientists say (in three videos) that those who ultimately bring home gold have also h...

Expert Available

– Johns Hopkins University

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Dr. Joel Berger and Dr. P. Dee Boersma of the Wildlife Conservation Society Among Finalists for World’s Leading Animal Conservation Award

Officials from the Indianapolis Prize today named the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS)’s Joel Berger and P. Dee Boersma as Finalists for the world’s leading award for animal conservation. Berger and Boersma join conservation heroes Dr. Sylvia ...

– Wildlife Conservation Society

WCS Media Briefing: The Hi-Tech Tool Poachers Hate

1) SMART Connect allows rangers and conservation area managers to exchange critical information and transmit data in real time, 2) Developer of “SMART Connect” will explain how new tool can revolutionize protected area management, 3) SMART is cur...

– Wildlife Conservation Society

Gonzaga Alumnus James Mccarthy ReceivesTyler Prize for Environmental Achievement

SPOKANE, Wash. – Harvard University Professor James McCarthy, a Gonzaga University alumnus, and Rutgers University Professor Paul Falkowski will share the prestigious 2018 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement for their decades of scholarship a...

– Gonzaga University

Lifestyle & Social Sciences

Queen’s Research Suggests the Sicilian Mafia Arose to Power From Lemon Sales in the 1800s

Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast, in collaboration the University of Manchester and the University of Gothenburg (Sweden), have uncovered new evidence to suggest that the Sicilian mafia arose to notoriety in the 1800s in response to the ...

– Queen's University Belfast

The Journal of Economic History, 77(4), 1083-1115.

Here’s What Happened When Black Politicians Held Power

New research provides the strongest evidence to date that the race of a political officeholder can have a significant effect on policy – at least historically.

– Ohio State University

NBER working paper

New UNF Poll Shows Sen. Bill Nelson Leading Gov. Rick Scott in 2018 Senate Election

The Public Opinion Research Lab at the University of North Florida has a new poll that reveals Sen. Bill Nelson in the lead for the upcoming Senate election, with Gov. Rick Scott trailing close behind. The survey also shows that President Trump’s j...

– University of North Florida

YETI CEO Matt Reintjes On Building Brands, Hiring Thinkers and Learning to Leave on a High Note

YETI CEO and Darden graduate Matt Reintjes discusses his prior employment and what makes YETI such a profitable and unique company.

– University of Virginia Darden School of Business

Want to Help Your Partner Stress Less? Listen From the Heart

When we feel supported, we feel less stress. But sometimes we think we are being supportive of a romantic partner and we're not. Who hasn't experienced the self-satisfaction of feeling like we're 'helping' only to find we've only made the situation w...

– Wake Forest University

Award-Winning Saudi Arabian Podcaster Realizes Dream of Becoming Scientist at Iowa State University

Majd Abdulghani is a graduate student in genetics, development and cell biology at Iowa State University. She's from Saudi Arabia and before coming to Iowa State had only ever been to the United States for vacation, to California and New York. But yo...

– Iowa State University

Faulkner Book Urges a More Physical Feminism

Dr. Sandra Faulkner’s new book, “Real Women Run: Running as Feminist Embodiment,” brings poetic inquiry, ethnography and feminist analysis to the study of women runners of all identities and how they fit or do not fit cultural expectations. Fau...

– Bowling Green State University

Iowa State Students Find Plenty of Opportunities on Path to Medical School

Iowa State has a strong support system for pre-med and pre-health students, even without a college of human medicine or pre-health committee. Advisers and students say the opportunities in coursework, activities, research and study abroad inspire stu...

– Iowa State University

The Universal Language of Magic

UNLV senior Santiago Michel opened his new Planet Hollywood show Ilusión Mental to audiences on the Las Vegas Strip with a mix of mind reading and mind-bending illusions. But he didn’t rely on his intuition to break ground with the Strip’s firs...

– University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)

‘Love Demystified’ Author Offers Advice for Would-Be Valentines

In “Love Demystified” Palmer offers tips and techniques that she says can be applied during any stage of a loving relationship, from finding new love or fixing a current relationship, to falling in love again after a loss.

Expert Available

– California State University, Dominguez Hills

Experts Available - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada to Speak at University of Chicago

The University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics (IOP) will celebrate its fifth anniversary with an event on Wednesday, February 7 featuring Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, who will discuss the importance of youth engagement in public ser...

Expert Available

– University of Chicago

Online Transfer Gateway Gives Easy Answers for Prospective Transfer Students

Students interested in transferring from community college to Wichita State University now have an online gateway designed just for them. The student-facing website is designed to engage prospects, answer their key questions and keep them on track to...

– Wichita State University

DACA Student Maricruz De La Torre Honored with CSU’s Crellin Pauling Student Teaching Award

DACA student honored with the Crellin Pauling Student Teaching Award, and its $2,000 prize.

– California State University, Dominguez Hills

CSU Dominguez Hills President Hagan Joins the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration

California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) President Willie J. Hagan has joined the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration.

– California State University, Dominguez Hills

Western New York Teacher Residency Program Established at Canisius College

The Western New York Teacher Residency, an innovative approach to training the next generation of teachers, is slated to launch in fall 2018. Designed for college graduates with no prior education coursework who want to pursue a teaching career focus...

– Canisius College

Grant Funds Uri Study of Targeted Incentives for Healthy Eating

If the targeted incentives prove successful, the research team will explore how large organizations — from health insurers to corporate wellness programs — could incorporate healthy food choice incentives and improve the dietary habits and health...

– University of Rhode Island


Renée Fleming to Deliver Commencement Address at Northwestern

World renowned soprano Renée Fleming will deliver this year’s commencement address at Northwestern University in June. Fleming, one of the most recognizable and celebrated voices on the planet, is a four-time Grammy Award winner, was the first cl...

– Northwestern University

Business News

US Bank Supports Danforth Center’s Efforts to Strengthen Innovation Economy

A $20,000 grant in support of enhancing the St. Louis region as a world center for agtech, bioscience, and other industries that are defining the future of the region.

– Donald Danforth Plant Science Center





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