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The 10 Smartest Sustainable Products of 2018. — Nerdome

As eco-conscious consumers increasingly look for products that can help them reduce their carbon footprint and deal with other environmental hazards, inventors and manufacturers are responding in kind. Here’s a look at some of the smartest sustainable products of the year, from greener shoes to smarter thermostats. (Of course, some would say the most sustainable […]

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Treating Displaced AC Joint Dislocations: Patient Expectations Matter — OrthoBuzz

Often in life, when there are many potential solutions for a single problem, none of them is found to be universally better than the others. That certainly seems to be the case when it comes to treating type III- and -IV acromioclavicular (AC) joint dislocations. Multiple studies have tried to clarify whether nonoperative or operative […]

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The Debate Over Stem Cell Research — Stem Cellular

Stem cell data needs to be disseminated to the public first to solid the cloud enshrouding the developments of stem cell remedy. This is the main step through which the benefiting individuals, stakeholders and scientists should take altogether to let the momentum of developments advance steadfastly. Debate is borne out of information insufficiency and incapacity…

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Somatic Mutations as Markers for Size and Lifetimes of Blood Stem Cells — SBYIR

By Riya Gandhi ‘22 Despite the importance of hematopoiesis — a process that balances production and destruction of specialized blood cells — in the human body, scientists were unable to quantify the population size and lifetime dynamics that govern the process until now. Researchers from the Wellcome-Trust Sanger Institute, Wellcome-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, and […]

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