With the support of a new $3.8 million grant from the National Institute on Aging – $1.8 million of which will go to the University of Arizona – researchers will expose study participants, who range in age from 65 to 89, to near-infrared light via caps placed on participants' heads and intranasal devices inserted in the nose.
An internationally acclaimed reference book for looking after national parks around the world has now been made even more accessible in Europe and Latin American countries, after being translated into Spanish.
Harrisburg, PA – “When all of the scheduled patients show up it makes work unbearable. Taking a break to use the bathroom or eat is then a luxury!” – A surveyed physician’s open-ended response to the question, What other issues areas are important to consider when employers of physicians are prioritizing workplace programs to address physician burnout and stress?
San Felipe, BCN-The government of Mexico announces the second leg of the 2019 Vaquita Survey. Sea Shepherd is pleased to collaborate with The National Commission of Natural Protected Areas (CONANP) and world-leading vaquita scientists on this important research project in waters of the Upper Gulf of California Biosphere Reserve and the Colorado River Delta.
Beginning a career in medicine as a first-year medical student can be overwhelming. That makes having a roster of mentors who can help guide you along your journey to becoming a physician—and beyond—an invaluable asset.
The House Science Committee just announced that it will amend and vote on the Scientific Integrity Act on Thursday at 10 am. This is the first time this kind of bill, which would protect the independence of science and scientists in federal government agencies, will receive a vote in the United States Congress.