Simple Method for Synthesizing Boronic Acid-Based Drugs

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Chemists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have developed a broad and strikingly easy method for synthesizing Boronic acid-based drugs.

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15 Best Signs from the March for Science

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We take a look at a selection of the best signs from the March for Science.

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Marching for Science in London

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Hear from the organisers, speakers, and protesters at London's March for Science.

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More Than 3 Cups of Coffee Per Day Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk
More Than 3 Cups of Coffee Per Day Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk
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Study sheds light on a hotly debated field: the role of coffee in relation to prostate cancer and, specifically, the action of caffeine.

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Ensure Reproducibility in Computational Experiments
Ensure Reproducibility in Computational Experiments
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Scientists have developed a workflow management system that prevents irreproducibility when analyzing large genomics datasets with computers.

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Genomic Study Links Puberty Timing to Cancer Risk
Genomic Study Links Puberty Timing to Cancer Risk
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The largest genomic analysis of puberty timing in men and women conducted to date has identified 389 genetic signals associated with puberty timing, four times the number that were previously known.

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Your Gut Bacteria May Effect Your Response to Chemotherapy Drugs
Your Gut Bacteria May Effect Your Response to Chemotherapy Drugs
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UMass Medical School researchers find connection between bacteria and chemotherapy drugs in lab study.

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Propath Receives Queen’s Award for Enterprise
Propath Receives Queen’s Award for Enterprise
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Award for international trade recognises outstanding, world-class drug development services.

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Fighting Infectious Diseases Using 3D Weapons
Fighting Infectious Diseases Using 3D Weapons
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Research team achieves a significant milestone in the effort to understand pathogens responsible for some of the world’s most deadly infectious diseases.

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