Call it a new form of academic cheating. Peer reviews for scholarly journals have come under the spotlight lately — and the future isn't looking so bright. U.K.-based publisher BioMed Central recently retracted 43 scientific and medical articles because of peer reviews...
May 27 Presented by Ada Feldman, MS, HT/HTL(ASCP), Anatech, Ltd., Battle Creek, Michigan Sections too blue? No nuclear detail? Eosin bleeding? Some slides acceptable, but most are not? Are these complaints all too familiar? This webinar will discuss how modifications in...
NSH has partnered with Beck Consulting to offer this unique hands-on, intense training session in a Mohs lab. During this training techs will understand the Mohs process and complete procedure of processing tissue. This will cover...
The NSH Awards and Scholarship program offers an economic incentive for continuing education as well as the recognition you deserve for your work in the field. We encourage professionals at all levels to apply and nominate your colleagues. Apply here.
ETH researchers studying microRNA — tiny strands of ribonucleic acid — in beta cells have found a type that plays a key role in cell death under stress. Diabetes is one of the scourges of modern society, and the number of cases is rising every year. Already,...
For more than 100 years, scientists have debated the question of the origins of the lymphatic system — a parallel system to the blood vessels that serves as a conduit for everything from immune cells to fat molecules to cancer cells. This issue has now been resolved...
In the future, both in vitro diagnostics and in vivo diagnostics will utilize ever-smaller devices. The shrinking size of these analytical devices will give pathologists and clinical laboratory...
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