No third party may fundamentally publish the work of another without their consent. The BfR is therefore exercising its rights as a scientific institute. This procedure is independent of the scientific assessment. Addendum I has been published for years on the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) website. All professionally qualified conclusions are therefore publicly accessible. […]Continue Reading ...
Researchers at the University of New Mexico (UNM) recently solved a major gap in scientific literature by using mobile software technology to measure the real-time effects of actual cannabis-based products used by millions of people every day. Contrary to popular media-reports and scientific dogma, the psychoactive chemical, tetrahydrocannabinol or “THC,” showed the strongest correlation with […]Continue Reading ...
Jan 24 2019 Two world-class scientific leaders have been appointed to help govern the Crick’s institutional and scientific strategy, with neuroscientist Mene Pangalos joining the Board of Trustees and biochemist Elena Conti joining the Scientific Advisory Board. Mene Pangalos Mene Pangalos is Executive Vice-President of AstraZeneca Research and Development BioPharmaceuticals, responsible for R&D across Respiratory, […]Continue Reading ...
Nov 15 2018 Luxia Scientific, a French biotech dedicated to improving well-being and health for all through the analysis and understanding of the microbiome, announces the availability of its test “1test1TM” in Luxembourg. The test was launched in France beginning of October 2018. “1test1TM” is a CE-marked In Vitro Diagnostics test, aimed at analysing the […]Continue Reading ...
Sep 14 2018 Thermo Fisher Scientific and Diamond Light Source are creating a step change for life sciences sector, a one-stop shop for structural biology and one of largest cryo-EM sites in the world. An agreement to launch a new cryo-EM capability for use in the life sciences industry sector by Thermo Fisher Scientific, one […]Continue Reading ...
There is no Harvard study that says a British children’s television cartoon causes autism, despite what a social media post claims. In fact, there’s at least one peer-reviewed study that hints that a children’s television show may help autistic kids. The post on the newsely site, and others that have circulated in recent months, claims […]Continue Reading ...
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Kristin Myers, a mechanical engineer, and Dr. Joy Vink, an OB-GYN, both at Columbia University, have learned that cervical tissue is a complicated mix of material.Continue Reading ...
MONDAY, Dec. 10, 2018 — Statins are associated with a low risk for side effects, according to a scientific statement from the American Heart Association (AHA) published online Dec. 10 in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology. Connie B. Newman, M.D., from the New York University School of Medicine in New York City, and colleagues provide […]Continue Reading ...
At a time of “fake news” and a growing mistrust of scientific experts, researchers at York University’s Global Strategy Lab are working to increase the likelihood that policy decisions will be informed by the best available science. Steven J. Hoffman, Professor of Global Health, Law, and Political Science at York University, and his team at […]Continue Reading ...
Facts and falsehoods coexist on the Internet with perplexing similarity. Could social media — where misinformation is too often spread — be a place to help build trust in science and the research enterprise? Debra Karhson, PhD, a Stanford postdoctoral scholar in psychiatry, thinks so. Karhson explored a method for authenticating the social media profiles […]Continue Reading ...
March 12, 2018 Ten finalists showcase innovative advancements spanning across all areas of laboratory science Pittcon, the world’s leading conference and exposition for laboratory science, is pleased to announce the selection of ten finalists in the annual Pittcon Today Excellence Awards conducted by CE Communications, the official publishers of Pittcon Today and the Pittcon Buzz. […]Continue Reading ...
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