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image: Companies Pursue Diagnostics that Mine the Microbiome

Companies Pursue Diagnostics that Mine the Microbiome

By | May 23, 2017

Tests so far typically screen for risky patterns that may augment traditional types of clinical data.

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image: NIH Leaders Appeal to Congress for Funding

NIH Leaders Appeal to Congress for Funding

By | May 18, 2017

Directors of several institutes testified against proposed 2018 budget cuts.    

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Thirty percent of bacteria found in babies' guts came from mothers' milk, a study finds.

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image: Life Science Leaders Meet at White House

Life Science Leaders Meet at White House

By | May 8, 2017

Heads of academia and industry mingled with the vice president and the secretary of Health and Human Services at a biotech summit.

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Animal experiments published in a handful of cardiovascular journals mostly ignore NIH guidelines.

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image: Warmer Temps Tied to Altered Microbiome in Lizards

Warmer Temps Tied to Altered Microbiome in Lizards

By | May 8, 2017

Bacterial differences after three-month temperature hikes, modeled after global warming predictions, were evident one year later, a study found.

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A point system seeks to ensure that funding is spread more evenly among researchers, especially early- and mid-career scientists.

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image: Congress Agrees to Give NIH $2 Billion Extra

Congress Agrees to Give NIH $2 Billion Extra

By | May 1, 2017

The proposed spending plan for 2017 includes money for Alzheimer’s and cancer research.

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image: Future Homes May Have Bioreactive Walls

Future Homes May Have Bioreactive Walls

By | May 1, 2017

Researchers are redesigning the humble brick to produce electricity, to clean water and air, and to harvest valuable compounds.

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The giant lizards have numerous microbicidal compounds in their blood.

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