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Vaccines Without Needles Invention Could Bring Pain-Free Disease Prevention

The yearly flu, tetanus, shingles, measles, and more; all diseases that have specific vaccines developed to keep the population safe from obtaining th...
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Restoring the American Chestnut Tree in Our Forests

Trees are a critical component to our natural ecosystem and environment. Not only do they produce oxygen that all humans need to breathe, but dependin...
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Professors Work to Develop Better, More Effective Vaccines That Could Eliminate E.coli and the Flu

Coughing, sneezing and wheezing – you don’t have to be told these are symptoms of the flu if you’ve had it recently. But getting the flu may bec...
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From the Shadows of the Dinosaurs, a New Mammal is Discovered

For more than 130 million years, dinosaurs ruled the earth. Their size, strength, and numbers amaze people from young to old. What types of animals co...
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Why Do We Yawn? SUNY Oneonta Professor Gives Answers on “The Academic Minute”

Andrew Gallup, Assistant Professor of Psychology at SUNY Oneonta, was featured on WAMC Northeast Public Radio’s “The Academic Minute” earlier th...