Fourth-year medical students have been faced with uncertainty for decades when it comes to choosing their postgraduate training location. The choice is important, because it will likely influence what area of medicine they specialize in and where they practice. Yet there...
"New Mexico State University is lucky to have the opportunity," said Brook Milligan, biology professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. "This is the cutting edge, the frontier." Oxford Nanopore's MinION is designed to gather data on hundreds of molecules simultaneously...
Scientists have found a reliable method of studying gene expression levels and reproducing the findings of genetic studies thanks to the work of Marshfield Clinic researchers. The Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation participated in the international study coordinated...
Diversity in medical education used to be simple — more black people, more women — but it is not just a numbers game anymore. Instead of focus just on recruiting underrepresented students, modern education needs to be about...
As worldwide concern over the Ebola virus continues to mount, a North Dakota company that specializes in antibody technology may potentially help fight the disease. Researchers from Avianax and the University of North Dakota are meeting with federal government officials...
Medical researchers would like to plant tiny electronic devices deep inside our bodies to monitor biological processes and deliver pinpoint therapies to treat illness or relieve pain. But so far, engineers have been unable to...
A daily tablet that offers up to a 90 percent reduction in the risk of contracting HIV could soon be available on the English National Health Services in what is being described as the most significant breakthrough in the battle against the virus in a generation.
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