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Introductions at a party seemingly go in one ear and out the other.
The Baylor College of Medicine Teen Health Clinic will host its fifth annual technology conference April 2-3 focusing on the use of social media and other forms of electronic communication to advance public health initiatives.
The origin of beta-cells, the insulin-producing cells in the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas, has been controversial, and now new imaging and cell analysis technology shows that a recent study that seemed to have identified the progenitors of these important cells may have been in error.
Dr. Douglas Koch, professor of ophthalmology at Baylor College of Medicine, has been named the 63rd recipient of the Leslie Dana Gold Medal, an internationally recognized award given annually by St. Louis Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
The informatics team of the Nuclear Receptor Signaling Atlas, based in Baylor College of Medicine’s department of molecular and cellular biology, is collaborating with the global information company Thomson Reuters, makers of EndnoteTM software, to increase access to public datasets for the global biomedical research community.
The benefits of human breast milk as a food for infants is frequently touted, but why it is so beneficial is not well understood.
Technology can play a role in a relationship on Valentine’s Day—and all year long—but don’t let it be a replacement for quality personal time with your loved one.
- A volcanic mudflow.