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You’re probably better at science than you think, reveals the new Citizen Science study.

Community science, also known as citizen science, holds enormous appeal for researchers who wish to collect larger datasets and engage the public in their work. But is the data collected in this way useful? Thanks to technology, community science enables researchers to harness the power of the public interest, using their voluntary contributions to data …

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Functional Protein Measurement Technology Could Advance Drug Discovery |

A new biomedical research tool that allows scientists to measure hundreds of functional proteins in a single cell could offer new insights into the cellular mechanism. Led by Jun Wang, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Stony Brook University, this microchip test, called single cell cyclic in situ tagging (CycMIST) technology, can help advance …

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Building a new technological diplomacy for the 21st century

IBM manufacturing facility 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. It is now the world’s economic engine, the high-tech manufacturing powerhouse and the burgeoning source of cutting-edge technology. It is home to the world’s fastest growing …

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Functional Protein Measurement Technology Could Advance Drug Discovery |

A new biomedical research tool that allows scientists to measure hundreds of functional proteins in a single cell could offer new insights into the cellular mechanism. Led by Jun Wang, an associate professor of biomedical engineering at Stony Brook University, this microchip test, called single cell cyclic in situ tagging technology (CycMIST), can help advance …

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Novel Functional Protein Measurement Technology Could Advance Drug Discovery Research |

STONY BROOK, NY, June 29, 2022 – A new biomedical research tool that allows scientists to measure hundreds of functional proteins in a single cell could offer new insights into the cellular mechanism. Led by Jun Wang, associate professor of biomedical engineering at Stony Brook University, this microchip test, called single-cell cyclic in situ tagging …

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New Research Identifies Complex Factors Contributing to Obesity-Related Health Inequalities – News

UAB experts highlight the social determinants of obesity and add to the growing body of evidence identifying potential solutions to address obesity and related conditions. In a new supplement to the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham have identified complex factors that contribute to obesity and obesity-related health …

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More than rocket science: Space Plasmatics aims to power green rockets into space

More satellites are filling the night sky, from the Starlink constellation that provides SpaceX’s broadband to various Earth observation microsatellites, launched to help monitor changes in climate and vegetation. ‚ÄúThere have never been so many objects sent into space. It’s a huge paradigm shift, “Space Plasmatics co-founder, CTO and CEO Dr. Igal Kronhaus told CTech. …

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How fixed wireless technologies compare to fiber

Friday 24th June 2022 Weekly summary You’re reading the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society’s Weekly Digest, a round-up of the week’s biggest (or most overlooked) broadband stories. The summary is delivered by email every Friday. This week’s guest author is Andrew Afflerbach of CTC Technology & Energy, the author of Fixed Wireless Technologies and …

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Assad took Pitt Business to its highest ranking ever | University times

By MARTY LEVINE Arjang A. Assad – Henry E. Haller Jr. dean of the Katz Graduate School of Business and the College of Business Administration – came to Pitt seven years ago with high expectations, he said, after serving as dean of the University’s School of Management at Buffalo, State University of New York, for …

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