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Wayne Medicine and Wayne Law professors team up to explore legal and ethical issues of wastewater monitoring for COVID-19 – The South End

Sunday, June 28th, 2020

Faculty from the Wayne State University School of Medicine and Wayne State University Law School have teamed to publish a paper this month on legal and ethical issues associated with community detection of COVID-19 through wastewatermonitoring. Professor of Physiology Jeffrey Ram, Ph.D., and Associate Professor of Law Lance Gable, Ph.D., along with Dr. Rams daughter, University of Maryland Professor of Law Natalie Ram, co-wrote Legal and Ethical Implications of Wastewater SARS-CoV-2 Monitoring for COVID-19 Surveillance, now available in the Journal for Law and Biosciences

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Challenge trials aren’t the answer to a speedy Covid-19 vaccine – STAT

Sunday, June 28th, 2020

More than 25,000 people have volunteered so far to be infected with the novel coronavirus through 1DaySooner, an online recruitment organization, as an aid in testing vaccine candidates to prevent Covid-19. These volunteers know that Covid-19 can cause suffering and even death yet they are stepping forward, willing to risk their lives, because some researchers and academics contend that such experiments in humans could accelerate vaccine development

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Trump Suspends H-1B and Other Visas That Allow Foreigners to Work in the U.S. – The New York Times

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

But fast-tracking the rule-making process on foreign workers could invite legal challenges from opponents who say the administration did not follow the rules. Last week, the Supreme Court ruled that Mr.

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Could the Montreal Neuro herald a paradigm shift in scientific research? – University Affairs

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

To create a potential vaccine for SARS in 2003, a group of Canadian researchers had to break the law. Nearly 800 people died from this viral respiratory condition and some 8,000 infections were reported across the globe.

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Next-Generation Sequencing Market: Understanding The Key Product Segments And Their Future During 2020 -2025 – 3rd Watch News

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

The Global Next-Generation Sequencing market report presents market dynamics focusing on all the important factors market movements depend on. It includes current market trends with a record from historic year and prediction of the forecast period.

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Meet ‘Gastruloid’: The First Human Embryo-like Model From Stem Cells That Could Soon Save Many Babie – Science Times

Friday, June 12th, 2020

Human embryo goes through a process of gastrulation, which occurs during early development where isotropic cell groups transform into ensembles of tissue. Despite many restrictions in studying gastrulation, scientists have created an embryo-like blueprint for birth defect and disease detection from stem cells.

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Could these senolytic drugs halt the spread of COVID-19? – Health Europa

Friday, June 12th, 2020

Professor Michael P Lisanti, Chair in Translational Medicine at the University of Salford, has been an active research scientist for more than 30 years and is an expert in the field of cellular senescence.

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The coronavirus vaccine frontrunners have emerged. Here’s where they stand – BioPharma Dive

Friday, June 12th, 2020

Scientists, drugmakers and governments are moving with unprecedented speed to deliver a vaccine to protect against the new coronavirus. The fastest of them have already delivered preliminary data from human studies, and further results from others should come quickly as the year progresses. The goal, at least in the U.S., is to have a vaccine ready for use in some fashion by the end of the year, or early next

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Regulating marine genetic resources in areas beyond national jurisdiction – The Daily Star

Friday, June 12th, 2020

June 8 has been marked as World Ocean Day by United Nations. This year's theme 'Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean' is indication of proper management and regulation of ocean resources. The area possesses more than 60% of the earth surface with abundance of diverse living and non-living resources having rich variety of organisms.

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Vaccines have saved millions of lives, but history shows missteps can prove deadly – The Boston Globe

Friday, June 12th, 2020

Gottsdanker was one of 120,000 children inadvertently injected with the live infectious poliovirus from a vaccine manufactured by a northern California laboratory. About 70,000 people developed muscle weakness, 164 were severely paralyzed including Gottsdanker and 10 died. Now, as President Trump vows to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine by years end under a program called Operation Warp Speed, she worries that the ambitious plan could backfire

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Quitting smoking might reduce severe coronavirus infection risk: Study – ETHealthworld.com

Saturday, May 23rd, 2020

New York: Cigarette smoke spurs the lungs to make more of the receptor protein which the novel coronavirus uses to enter human cells, according to a study which suggests that quitting smoking might reduce the risk of a severe coronavirus infection.

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Where Taiwan Can Make the Most of AI – Taiwan – Taiwan Business TOPICS

Saturday, May 23rd, 2020

Much of Taiwans industry is being transformed by the introduction of AI technologies, particularly in the areas of manufacturing and healthcare. Industry the world over is experiencing some radical changes, propelled by the continued development and application of AI technology across a wide variety of different fields

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WHO and IOC team up to improve health through sport – ETHealthworld.com

Monday, May 18th, 2020

Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Saturday signed an agreement to work together to promote health through sport and physical activity. "I am pleased to formalize this longstanding partnership with the International Olympic Committee. WHO works not only to respond to disease but also to help people realize their healthiest lives and this partnership will do exactly that.

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The Cell Therapy Industry to 2028: Global Market & Technology Analysis, Company Profiles of 309 Players (170 Involved in Stem Cells) -…

Friday, May 15th, 2020

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Cell Therapy - Technologies, Markets and Companies" report from Jain PharmaBiotech has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The cell-based markets was analyzed for 2018, and projected to 2028

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Medical School: Who gets in and why – Stuff.co.nz

Friday, May 15th, 2020

Few would question the benefits of a medical profession which reflects the socio-demographic make-up of New Zealand. Our medical schools are now boosting Mori, Pasifika and rural student numbers but have they got the balance right? MARTIN VAN BEYNEN reports

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Wilson Ighodalo: Addressing Substance Abuse as a Public Health Problem – THISDAY Newspapers

Friday, May 15th, 2020

Founder,Drug Salvation Foundation,WilsonIghodalo, who alsodoubles as theNational Coordinator, NDLEA Celebrity Drug Free Club Nigeria,is also a United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Master Trainer on Sensitisation on Drug and Drug Prevention, Treatment and Care. Known for his passion in addressing substance abuse, Ighodalo in this interview withChiemelie Ezeobi,stronglycanvassed for public health approach to tackle substance abuse in Nigeria What is your take on the state of the health sector now? At present the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is being addressed, should be a wakeup call to Nigeria.

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The Falsehoods of the ‘Plandemic’ Video – FactCheck.org

Thursday, May 14th, 2020

The first installment of a documentary called Plandemic stormed through social media this week, promising viewers on its website that the film will expose the scientific and political elite who run the scam that is our global health system. The video appeared across platforms, with individual uploads each garnering hundreds of thousands of views

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Robert Youngjohns, Chairman of the Board, ABBYY – Interview Series – Unite.AI

Thursday, May 14th, 2020

Jason Kingdon has been commercializing AI for over 25 years. He has a PhD from UCL Computer Science, he co-founded UCLs Intelligent Systems Lab in 1992 and pioneered one of the worlds first neural nets for live financial forecasting.

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Michelle Cretella is Back – Along With Her Sophistry – The Slowly Boiled Frog

Saturday, April 25th, 2020

If Dr. Michelle Cretella disagrees with the science then she should publish

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Did this virus come from a lab? Maybe not but it exposes the threat of a biowarfare arms race – Raw Story

Saturday, April 25th, 2020

There is no scientific evidencethat the novel coronavirus was bioengineered, but its origins are not entirely clear.

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