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Helping Hundreds of Thousands of People Stand Starts With Helping One Man

Stand up. Takes all of about two seconds, one of the easiest things to do, except for a bit of grunting once that particular age sets in. But it uses ...
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Research Seeks to Map Zika Virus to Help Us Prevent the Spread of Disease

Marissa Louis, an RNA Fellow at the University at Albany, is poised to find answers to the puzzle of how regulation of messenger RNA (mRNA) – a mole...
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Nobel Prize Winning Work Aims to Help Reduce Climate Change

In 2007, Al Gore Jr. and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize “for their efforts to build up ...
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Searching for Roots in Disease

It was 1987. The woman volunteered a sample of her blood to an HIV study led by Bernard Poiesz, professor of medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical Universi...
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Can We See A Treatment For Glaucoma?

We’ve all heard of it or know someone who suffered through glaucoma. But do we really know what it is or how it comes to be? Glaucoma is a neuro...