“andrei grovu” (6 Results)

U.S. Science Writing Program Taps Burgeoning Mississauga Scribe

Mississauga's Andrei Grovu is the first Canadian, and the youngest student, chosen to take part in the Curious Young Writers program, which kicked off earlier this month.
Throughout the next year, he will be among 21 other youngsters who will learn the craft from completing webinars with a communications mentor and a professional scientist in fields such as biomedicine and genetic research.

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The Sooty Mangabey: A Promising Primate Model for AIDS Research

Being very genetically similar to humans, primate models that are natural hosts of viruses similar to HIV may be the key to furthering AIDS research.

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An Early Look into Alzheimer’s

Sometimes finding a new solution requires taking a new look at the problem. Recently, researchers have found that retinal scans may be a potential solution to perform early diagnoses of Alzheimer's.

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A Clean Sweep: How Sleep Refreshes the Brain

We're always told to get our eight hours of sleep to stay healthy, but how important is it? Recent studies by researchers at UC Irvine suggest that getting good deep sleep may help reduce the risk of getting Alzheimer's.

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Platypuses Making a Splash in Diabetes Research

The platypus is a comical, egg-laying mammal with some strange anatomy. Dr. Briony Forbes and her team at the University of Adelaide have discovered a hormone in platypus venom that may hold the key to a long-lasting diabetes treatment.

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Alligator Pie: A Secret Recipe to Fight Infection?

“Alligator pie, alligator pie, If I don't get some I think I'm gonna die.” Sound far-fetched? Based on new research from George Mason University, this rhyme from Dennis Lee's children's book, "Alligator Pie," may not be so far from the truth. Learn how the American alligator is fighting infection, one peptide at a time.

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