The cost of full genome sequencing has dropped precipitously, bringing it into the price range for use in public health. Source: https://www.genome.gov/ Finally, doctors and geneticists may be able to hash out clinical risk profiles beyond high, medium, or low risk with the help of dense genotyping. With the cost […]

A schematic of antibody dependent cell mediated cytotoxicity, a mechanism which many combinatorial cancer treatments will make use of. Source: Simon Caulton. The combinatorial future of cancer treatment approaches the clinic with incredible momentum and promises to provide excellent outcomes (and a higher price tag) for patients everywhere. The new […]

New research suggests that carbon nanotube technology may be used to create more effective water filtration systems. Image Credit: Flickr user Joscarfas Early in 2017, materials science researchers from the Rochester Institute of Technology published a study in Environmental Science Water: Research and Technology, describing a new class of carbon […]

Quasiparticles may hold the key to understanding the quantum scale mechanisms that explain macroscale movements. Image Source: Flickr User: NASA Goddard Photo and Video Understanding how superfluid helium (liquid helium with zero viscosity) interacts with other molecules has been a formidable challenge. After decades of jumping hurdles, researchers have determined […]

Specialized service providers in the oil industry can help large companies prepare to expand offshore drilling across international borders. Image Credit: Flickr user Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement A shift toward deepwater drilling on an international scale is an expected industry trend for 2017. Some of the oil industry’s […]

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