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EXT Life Sciences Announces New Biotech Treatment that Tackles Root Cause of Graying Hair

...ment of a treatment that stops hair from graying as it ages. EXT's new treatment is the only targeted antioxidant of its kind. EXT is located in the wsu tech park known as TechTown, which brings the resources of Wayne State University to high-technology startup companies to spur economic growth. ...

ARUP Laboratories and Weber State University Team Up to Provide Laboratory Education Solutions

...and medical laboratory technicians (MLT). ARUP and wsu initiated this unique distance-learning curriculum... workplace." The partnership between ARUP and wsu is providing enhanced opportunities for ARUP clien... Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions at wsu and former professor and chair of the Department o...

ARUP Laboratories and Weber State University Announce Educational Collaboration

... testing personnel. Under this agreement, ARUP and wsu will partner to provide enhanced opportunities for... Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions at wsu and former professor and chair of the Department o...Key elements of this collaboration include: -- A wsu application fee will apply to all applicants. Howe...

INACSL and Elsevier partner to publish Clinical Simulation in Nursing

... virtual reality, computer gaming in nursing, and who knows what the next big thing will be as we move forward," stated Suzie Kardong-Edgren, PhD, RN, wsu Intercollegiate College of Nursing and Interim Editor-in-Chief of the journal. The new partnership with Elsevier has resulted in a number of impor...

Exploring the 'Aaah' ... $1 Million Grant Advances Aquatic Health Research

...cki, CEO of the foundation. "Research in aquatics has been a dry basin. ... wsu is the key to open the flood gate." The researchers' first respiratory st...d athletics in ways that have opened collaborative opportunities throughout wsu and with other universities," said Hildenbrand. As it is, a lot of advice...

Individual Differences in Sleep Structure are Biologically Determined

...re on their biology. The results of the NIH-funded research study were published in the June 2007 issue of the Journal of Sleep Research, with wsu graduate student Adrienne Tucker as the lead author. The study, which was conducted in large part at the University of Pennsylvania and was recently c...

Environmental Toxin Causes Heritable Adult-Onset Diseases

...bryonic development can cause fertility problems in male rats that are passed to later generations. In the current study, Skinner and a team of wsu researchers exposed pregnant rats to an environmental toxin during the period that the sex of their offspring was being determined. At that stage of d...

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WSU in Medical Dictionary

Sexual Assault

...he Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Task Force provides information and assistance regarding sexual assault and sexual harassment for wsu students, ... WHAT IS SEXUAL ASSAULT ? ... Sexual assault can happen between friends, dates, strangers, with people you ... A Sexual Ass...
WSU in Biological News

Great White shark evolution debate involves WSU Lake Campus geology professor

A significant debate is currently underway in the scientific community over the evolution of the Great White shark, and Chuck Ciampaglio, Ph.D., an assistant professor of geology at the Wright State University Lake Campus, is right in the middle of it. The issue is if the Great White, one of the...

Building a better bee

...d semen carries no diseases, the scientists established a quarantine area in an ecological preserve at WSU. The queens were recently released from the wsu quarantine and are now at UC Davis for evaluation and propagation. The UC Davis scientist will report on her work at the California State Beekeeper...

Food scientists confirm commercial product effectively kills bacteria in vegetable washwater

...very difficult" to control disease-causing organisms in flume water and said he "didn't expect this kind of reduction. I'm really happy to see it." wsu research technologist Peter Gray agreed, noting that the bacteria were "knocked down below the detection limit almost instantaneously" in the FIT trea...
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Proteome

...et of proteins expressed by the genetic material of an organism under a given set of environmental conditions Michigan Proteome Consortium at wsu (Screening and Robotics Services) ... Michigan Proteome Consortium. Michigan State Proteomics Facility ... Identifies protein markers of diseas...
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