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Gynecology, Fertility, Reproductive Medicine, Ultrasound

Air Apparent: Using Bubbles to Reveal Fertility Problems

UC San Diego Health System’s doctors are the first fertility specialists in the county to use a new ultrasound technique to assess fallopian tubes by employing a mixture of saline and air bubbles that is less painful, avoids x-ray exposure and is more convenient to patients during an already vulnerable time.

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VIDEO Feature: Father and Son Collaborate on Watermelon Research at UK

A father and son duo work in two very different colleges on campus, but a joint research interest demonstrates the importance of collaboration at the University of Kentucky.

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Vacation on a Budget

A fun family vacation does not have to break the bank - University of Florida/IFAS Financial Expert Dr. Micheal Gutter explains how to have fun in the sun without going in the red.

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Drugged driving, Driving under the influence, Public Health

Prescription Drugs Overtake Cannabis in Fatal Crashes

Since 1993, the profile of a drugged driver has changed substantially. A study released today in Public Health Reports shows that more drivers are now testing positive for prescription drugs, cannabis, and multiple drugs, and they are more likely to be older than 50.

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Food Science, food science professional, FDA

New IFT Video Spotlights A Day in the Life of an FDA Food Scientist

The Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) is proud to introduce a new video in the “Day in the Life of a Food Scientist” series that shows what it’s like to be a food scientist at the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA). In the video, Cory Bryant, PhD, CFS International Public Health and Trade Manager, FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition talks about his job helping to ensure food safety in a global environment.

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Robots, Robotics, Programming

Video: Robot Can Be Programmed by Casually Talking to It

In his Robot Learning Lab, Ashutosh Saxena, assistant professor of computer science at Cornell University, is teaching robots to understand instructions in natural language from various speakers, account for missing information, and adapt to the environment at hand.

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Food Waste, Food Insecurity, Obesity, World Hunger, Expiration Dates, Food Science, Doug Rauch, Trader Joes

The Next Food Revolution: Utilizing Food Waste to Feed a Growing, “Nutritionally Insecure” World

Food waste that is unused, yet nutritionally viable, may help to feed a growing and nutritionally “insecure” world population and minimize the impact of food production on the environment, according to Doug Rauch, former president of Trader Joe’s, Inc. and current CEO of the nonprofit Conscious Capitalism, Inc. Rauch was the keynote speaker during the opening session at the 2014 Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting & Food Expo® in New Orleans.

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bats, pollinating bats, tequila, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian

Smithsonian Video: Love Tequila? A Toast to Pollinating Bats

Do you enjoy tequila? Then you need to raise your glass to the pollinating bats that helped to make it. Learn about the bat-tequila connection in this video.

Medicine

Epilelpsy, Seizure Control, responsive neurostimulation, Neurostimulation, Implant

UAB Implants Responsive Neurostimulator for Epilepsy Seizure Control, First in Southeast

Neurosurgeons at UAB have implanted a new type of electrical stimulator to control seizures in patients with difficult-to-control epilepsy called a responsive neurostimulator. It marked the first time in the Southeast the RNS system by NeuroPace had been implanted since the device gained FDA approval in November 2013.

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Georgia State University, Honeybees, bats, Christopher Cornelison, Bacteria, Chalkbrood disease, Colony Collapse Disorder, white-nose syndrome

Researcher Testing Biological Treatment for Pathogens That Are Killing Honeybees and Bats

A researcher at Georgia State University is studying a new, biological treatment for bacterial and fungal pathogens that are killing honeybees and bats in record numbers.







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