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Why the Anti-Vaccination Movement is Wrong

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A fascinating discussion about global trends and attitude shifts that contribute to the concerning trend of 'vaccine-hesitancy'.

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PerkinElmer VICTOR Nivo Multimode Plate Reader - So Much Science So Little Bench Space

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The VICTOR Nivo system: The next big thing in plate readers is now the smallest.

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Optimize This! Enhancing the Quality and Consistency of Cannabis and Extraction

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Everyone makes the best extracts. But are they optimized? And what does “the best” mean; does it mean high yield, high quality, or both? And what is quality anyway? Quality begins in the cultivation process and continues throughout the handling of the product from seed to sale.

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3 Tips for Designer Drug Testing

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Designer drugs have become a major concern worldwide and there is a need to detect and identify assorted chemical compounds that may not be well-characterized or identified as part of a standard drug compounds list.

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Gene Screen Predicts Bone Fracture Risk

Gene Screen Predicts Bone Fracture Risk

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A new genetic screen may be able to predict low bone-mineral density, osteoporosis and fracture risk prior to clinical symptoms, according to a retrospective study of nearly 400,000 people by a Stanford researcher.

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Diagnosis of Multi-resistant Hospital Pathogens Fast-tracked
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This procedure accelerates the diagnosis of multi-resistant hospital pathogens, showing promise for clinical applications.

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Ancient Predator Teeth Could Regenerate
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A team of palaeontologists have been able to discover more about how earliest predators were able to grow and regenerate their teeth.

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Protein “Trafficker” Implicated in Autism and Other Brain Disorders
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Findings suggest that protein ASTN2 is a key regulator of dynamic trafficking of synaptic proteins and lend support to the idea that aberrant regulation of protein homeostasis in neurons is a contributing cause of complex neurodevelopmental disorders.

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What Colour is This Shoe?

What Colour is This Shoe?

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Just when you thought it was safe to go back on social media, a new controversy has erupted. The question dividing opinions across the internet is now, "Do you see a pink shoe with white laces, or a grey shoe with blue laces?"

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Three Ways to Turn Life Science Suppliers into Partners
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A growing number of life science businesses are turning to greater supply chain collaboration for benefits like accelerated time to market, improved quality, reduced risk and more rapid and widespread innovation. But while 68% of executives in this industry say active and meaningful engagement with suppliers is essential to success, far too many, over a third, struggle to implement it.

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How Can Machine Learning Improve Surgery?
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Machine learning modeling is one of the most eagerly adopted technologies across healthcare. An important technology in this area is robot-assisted surgery, where the hope is that AI’s rapid evolution will soon allow machine learning models to enhance current surgical practice. This article reviews the current and close future applications of machine learning in burn surgery and microsurgery.

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The Brain Bounces Back: Activity enables mice to overcome brain damage
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Scientists removed an area of the somatosensory cortex in mice and found the animals could recover their behavioral deficit within two days.

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