You’re probably better than you think in science, new ‘Citizen Science’ research reveals

Community science, also known as citizen science, is extremely attractive to researchers who seek to collect larger data sets and involve the public in their work. But is the data collected this way good? Enabled by technology, community science allows researchers to harness the power of the public interest by using their voluntary contributions to … Read more

XXI. Building a New Diplomacy of Technology for the Century

IBM manufacturing plant Getty Images Over the past decade, the Asia-Pacific region has grown in its strategic importance to the United States in terms of economic and national security. Today, the world’s economic engine, high-tech manufacturing power, and a source of cutting-edge technology are growing. It is home to growing markets around the world driven … Read more

New techniques provide more accurate scRNA-seq data than current technologies

The emergence of single-cell RNA sequencing (scRNA-seq) has revolutionized the fields of medicine and biology, providing the ability to study the internal functioning of thousands of cells simultaneously. But scRNA-seq methods are limited by inaccuracies and ineffective DNA supplementation (cDNA) amplifications to determine cell composition; it creates a double-stranded DNA process that “forms” single-stranded RNA … Read more

How fixed wireless technologies compare to fiber

Friday, June 24, 2022 Weekly summary You’re reading the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society’s Weekly Digest, a summary of the biggest (or forgotten) broadband stories of the week. The summary is sent by email every Friday. This week’s guest writer is Andrew Afflerbach of CTC Technology & Energy, author of the book Wireless Fixed … Read more

The FDA goes after nicotine

The FDA this week launched a crackdown on smoking and smoking: ordering the Juul vaping device to be taken off the market and manufacturers of cigarettes and other tobacco products appearing to demand a reduction in nicotine levels. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court did not rule on a high-stakes abortion case, but said it could limit … Read more

New Technology May Revive Bactericidal Effects of Conventional Antibiotics in MDR E.coli Infections

A research team led by Professor Kelvin Yeung Wai-kwok has designed a non-invasive technology from the University of Hong Kong (HKUMed) School of Clinical Medicine (HKUMed) and the Department of Orthopedics and Traumatology (HKUMed) (MDR) Escherichia coli (E. coli)-related deep tissue infections, such as urinary tract and peritoneal infections. In the study, the MDR E. … Read more

UAB Magic City Reflects First Month of Pride in LGBTQ Health Studies Endowed Professors in the Deep South – News

In honor of Pride Month, Sarah MacCarthy, Sc.D., Senior Professor of Endowed Magic City LGBTQ Health Studies, reflects on the continuing need for health equity in LGBTQ communities, why LGBTQ health care is good for everyone, and its goals for the future. . Writer: Maria White Media Contact: Hannah Echols Sarah MacCarthy, Sc.D., UAB’s first … Read more

New York developer launches Life-Science Venture

Taconic Partners, one of the largest private space owners and managers of laboratory spaces serving New York pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, is consolidating its life sciences portfolio into a new subsidiary called Elevate Research Properties. Elevate will monitor three life sciences laboratories currently being developed by Taconic. Elevate also plans to spend more than $ … Read more

New York developer launches Life-Science Venture

Taconic Partners, one of the largest private space owners and managers of laboratory spaces serving New York pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, is consolidating its life sciences portfolio into a new subsidiary called Elevate Research Properties. Elevate will monitor three life sciences laboratories currently being developed by Taconic. Elevate also plans to spend more than $ … Read more

New York developer launches Life-Science Venture

Taconic Partners, one of the largest private space owners and managers of laboratory spaces serving New York pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, is consolidating its life sciences portfolio into a new subsidiary called Elevate Research Properties. Elevate will monitor three life sciences laboratories currently being developed by Taconic. Elevate also plans to spend more than $ … Read more