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Targeting Nearsightedness for A Clear View of New Treatments

Nearsightedness—or myopia— comes from the Greek myops, literally meaning “closing the eyes.” Myopic also has a metaphorical usage in English t...
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New Sensors Can Track Our Trees’ Response to Global Warming

More pulp. More paper. More lumber. Could increased timber production as a result of a longer growing season and other factors be a silver lining to t...
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A Safer, Greener and More Efficient Process for Chemical Compounds Earns Patent for SUNY Professor

When Jacqueline Bennett started the research that led to the first U.S. patent ever earned from work done solely at SUNY Oneonta, she wasn’t thinkin...
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A Look Into the Addictive Nature of Social Media

How many times a day to you log onto your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or other social media sites checking for the latest updates? Perhaps a fear of...
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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...