Biomaterial vaccines ward off broad range of bacterial infections and septic shock

IMAGE: This illustration shows how a ciVax infection vaccine against a pathogenic E. coli strain is produced and applied. First, carbohydrate-containing surface molecules (PAMPs) of killed bacteria are captured with magnetic… view more  Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University. (BOSTON) — Current clinical interventions for infectious diseases are facing increasing challenges due to the ever-rising number…

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Director of CU Cancer Center’s Animal Imaging honored for contributions to the field

As director of the Animal Imaging Shared Resource at the University of Colorado Cancer Center, Natalie Serkova, PhD, has played an integral part in many groundbreaking projects on the Anschutz Medical Campus. Overseeing an array of state-of-the-art equipment dedicated to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), optical imaging, CT and PET, metabolomics, irradiation, and more, Serkova has,…

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The Return of Communal Emotion

Welcome. At a 7:15 p.m. screening of “Zola” at a Brooklyn movie theater on Sunday, there was at least one empty seat between each party. Masks were worn in the cinema’s lobby but quickly dispensed with once people had taken their seats. Otherwise, things were — and it’s hard to say this without ironic quotation…

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