Proton therapy results in fewer side effects than traditional X-ray radiation therapy for many cancer patients, according to a new study led by Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the Perelman School of Medicine at University...
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It’s rare that scientists see the good in the presence of an invasive species. But Washington University in St. Louis researchers discovered that a native mosquito in Missouri has fewer parasites when it shares its waters with an...
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Using data from eBay, which managed more than $14 billion in trade across more than 200 countries in 2014, two Washington University in St. Louis researchers demonstrated that a moderate improvement in the quality of language translation increased...
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Add this to the list of what to expect: Getting up earlier, at least in the first trimester. New research from finds that women and mice both shift their daily schedules earlier by up to a few hours during the first third of their pregnancy. A study...
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Research published online late last month in Production and Operations Management provides an analytical framework to assess the impact of tracking/monitoring technology on both drivers and insurance companies — and shows how it can benefit both
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Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that treating mice with an antibiotic reduces the size of lesions caused by endometriosis. The researchers are planning a clinical trial to test the strategy in women...
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Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis made an energy storage device that can withstand a hammer striking it more than 40 times. The shatterproof supercapacitor is also nonflammable, unlike lithium-ion batteries. The new work is the cover...
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Most Americans continue to sit for prolonged periods despite public health messages that such inactivity increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and certain cancers, according to a major new study led by researchers at Washington...
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