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UConn Scientists Develop New Antibody for Bowel Disease

By   /  April 11, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Economics, English, Environment, Health, Intelligence, MIL OSI, molecular and cell biology, Open Source Intel, Research, Science, Security, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on UConn Scientists Develop New Antibody for Bowel Disease

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: UConn Scientists Develop New Antibody for Bowel Disease UConn molecular and cell biologist Michael Lynes and an international team of researchers have been awarded a patent for a novel antibody therapeutic that may prove to be safer in the treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) […]

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21 Students, Alums Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

By   /  April 11, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, alumni, Americas, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Energy, English, Environment, Graduate School, graduate students, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, School of Engineering, The University, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut, Women in STEM  /  Comments Off on 21 Students, Alums Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: 21 Students, Alums Win NSF Graduate Research Fellowships The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently named a dozen current University of Connecticut undergraduate and graduate students to its prestigious graduate research fellowship program. Nine alumni were honored, too.NSF’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate […]

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Yoga Helps Preserve Muscle Mass in Older Women, Study Says

By   /  April 7, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, College of Agriculture Health and Natural Resources, Economics, English, Health, Intelligence, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, Science, Security, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut, Video  /  Comments Off on Yoga Helps Preserve Muscle Mass in Older Women, Study Says

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Yoga Helps Preserve Muscle Mass in Older Women, Study Says A new study by the University of Connecticut finds that practicing yoga may improve protein utilization among older women, and lead to the maintenance of muscle at a time in life when muscle loss is common.The study, […]

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Health Insurance Plans Too Complicated to Understand

By   /  April 6, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, affordable care act, Americas, Economics, English, Health, Intelligence, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, Security, UConn Health, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Health Insurance Plans Too Complicated to Understand

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Health Insurance Plans Too Complicated to Understand A new survey by experts at the Health Disparities Institute of UConn Health shows that many patients across Connecticut are struggling to understand their complex, jargon-filled private health insurance plans and even to use their plan benefits correctly.Citing […]

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Morphing Genomes Can Harm and Help

By   /  April 6, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, Economics, English, Environment, genetics, genome research, MIL OSI, Oil, Open Source Intel, Research, Science, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut, Women in STEM  /  Comments Off on Morphing Genomes Can Harm and Help

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Morphing Genomes Can Harm and Help Imagine reading a blueprint that’s 3.2 billion pages long. That’s how many strands of DNA make up the human genome, the set of instructions that makes each of us who we are. Geneticists like UConn professor Rachel O’Neill of […]

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Stem Cell Fabric Innovation Regrows Rotator Cuffs

By   /  April 4, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, Economics, English, Health, MIL OSI, nanoscience, Open Source Intel, Research, School of Medicine, Science, stem cells, UConn Health, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Stem Cell Fabric Innovation Regrows Rotator Cuffs

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Stem Cell Fabric Innovation Regrows Rotator Cuffs Every time you throw a ball, swing a golf club, reach for a jar on a shelf, or cradle a baby, you can thank your rotator cuff. This nest of tendons connecting your arm bone to your shoulder […]

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UConn Joins Hunt for New Materials

By   /  March 31, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, clean energy research, Energy, English, Intelligence, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, School of Engineering, Science, Security, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on UConn Joins Hunt for New Materials

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: UConn Joins Hunt for New Materials The University of Connecticut is one of several leading research institutions collaborating with the Toyota Research Institute to accelerate the design and discovery of advanced materials using artificial intelligence and machine learning.The Toyota Research Institute (TRI) announced today that […]

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Mark of Malignancy Identified in Prostate Cancer

By   /  March 31, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, cancer research, Economics, English, Health, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, Science, UConn Health, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Mark of Malignancy Identified in Prostate Cancer

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Mark of Malignancy Identified in Prostate Cancer Prostate cancer is the second deadliest cancer in men in the U.S. It kills more than 26,000 men in the country every year. But, as in the case of breast cancer, one prostate cancer will progress rapidly while […]

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Sick Stem Cells Point to Better MS Drugs

By   /  March 29, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, English, Health, Intelligence, MIL OSI, Oil, Open Source Intel, Research, Security, stem cells, UConn Health, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Sick Stem Cells Point to Better MS Drugs

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Sick Stem Cells Point to Better MS Drugs Doctors seeking a cure for an aggressive form of multiple sclerosis keep chasing a mirage: no matter how well a drug works in the lab, it never seems to help many patients in the clinic. But after closely examining […]

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Climate Change Puts Invasive Plants on the Move

By   /  March 28, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, Climate Change, English, Environment, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Climate Change Puts Invasive Plants on the Move

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Climate Change Puts Invasive Plants on the Move Climate change may force one of New England’s invasive plant species to retreat north, while another will likely stay put and take over an even greater area, according to a new study by UConn faculty and former […]

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Scientists Pave Path for Tackling Rare Cancers Without Effective Treatments

By   /  March 24, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, cancer research, Economics, English, Health, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, UConn Health, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Scientists Pave Path for Tackling Rare Cancers Without Effective Treatments

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Scientists Pave Path for Tackling Rare Cancers Without Effective Treatments An international team of scientists led by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and UConn School of Medicine sequenced a genome for an extremely rare form of cancer, demonstrating the utility of this approach […]

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Where the Bears Are

By   /  March 23, 2017  /  24/7 OSI, Americas, College of Agriculture Health and Natural Resources, Energy, English, Environment, MIL OSI, Open Source Intel, Research, United States Government, United States of America, US State Governments, US State of Connecticut  /  Comments Off on Where the Bears Are

MIL OSI USA – Source: US State of Connecticut Headline: Where the Bears Are UConn wildlife biologists tracking Connecticut’s growing black bear population say housing density is the most significant factor influencing where the bears are choosing to live and roam. Over the past several decades, black bears have recolonized part of their historic range […]

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