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Celebrating Women in Science
Listicle

March 8, 2021, marks International Women’s Day, a day to celebrate the achievements of women around the world. It is a day that Technology Networks acknowledges each year, in efforts to share the triumphs achieved and challenges faced by women working in science.

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Opinionated Science Episode 22: Nano-sized Waste Causing Macro-sized Problems
Podcast

In this episode, the team is joined by Ariel Bohman, an application scientist at Perkin Elmer. They discuss the different types of microplastics and how they are affecting everything from the food we eat to the corals in our oceans.

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Endangered Species Day: Mapping Out a Global Struggle
Article

The effects of climate change and human activity on the planet are more evident than ever before. This article aims to raise awareness of endangered species and highlight what can be done to help.

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Dr. Lina R. Nih Discusses Her Novel Approach to Brain Vasculature Regeneration
Video

Xandrina and Adam speak with Dr. Lina Nih to find out about her novel hydrogel approach to brain tissue repair following Stroke

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An Expert Insight Into the Issue of Microplastics
Video

We spoke to Dr Andrew Mayes Senior Lecturer at the University of East Anglia, about the growing problem of microplastics, their source, impact and what can be done in the future.

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Learning About Parkinson's Research with Dr. Nicole Polinski
Video

In this excerpt from the weekly Neuro Show, Adam and Xandrina interview Dr. Nicole Polinski from the Michael J. Fox Foundation to learn about the current state of Parkinson's Disease (PD) research.

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Dr. Shahid Zaman Discusses Dementia in Down's Syndrome
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NNR's Xandrina and Adam ask expert, Dr. Shahid Zaman, consultant psychiatrist at the University of Cambridge, about his research into dementia development in people with Down's Syndrome.

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