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Greetings from HumanaNatura at the equinox! In the natural year, we are now halfway between the extremes of light and darkness of the winter and summer solstices. 232 more words

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Withdrawal of medication among seniors trialed

Anke van Eekelen

ELDERLY people have proved receptive to being de-prescribed medications, as part of a trial aimed at assessing the feasibility of withdrawal of medications among older people. 198 more words

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TRANSMART FOUNDATION LAUNCHES VERSION 1.2 OF ITS OPEN-SOURCE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PLATFORM FOR LIFE SCIENCE RESEARCH

The tranSMART Foundation, a non-profit organization providing a global, open-source knowledge management platform for scientists to share pre-competitive translational research data, today announced the release of tranSMART Version 1.2. 449 more words

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2014 CPS Symposium Key Learnings: 10 Lessons Learned

Dr Bob Whitaker & Dr Jim Gorny from the Produce Marketing Association have provided a summary of 10 key lessons from the 2014 US Centre for Produce Safety (CPS) fifth annual reseach symposium on the… 81 more words

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Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger: Scientists Work to Create Improved Immune System One Cell at a Time

The human immune system is the body’s best defense against invaders. But even our hardy immune systems can sometimes be outpaced by particularly dangerous bacteria, viruses or other pathogens, or even by cancer. 414 more words

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Where will your research take YOU?

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ILWS researcher Dr Rosemary Black is currently undertaking a research project for the African Wildlife Fund (AWF) based in Kasane in northern Botswana – the tourist hub for Chobe National Park. 1,796 more words

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Canadian Researchers Working on 'Smart Labels' to Detect Food Pathogens

The day may not be too far off when consumers and food manufacturers will be able to detect the presence of E. coli, Listeria or Salmonella by visual changes in a polymer-based “smart label” now being developed by engineering professors at the University of Alberta. 13 more words

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