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Neurosurgery researchers at UC Davis Health System have used a new, leading-edge stem cell therapy to promote the growth of bone tissue following the removal of cervical discs -- the cushions between the bones in the neck -- to relieve chronic, debilitating pain.
The loss of a protein that coats sperm may explain a significant proportion of infertility in men worldwide, according to a study by an international team of researchers led by UC Davis.
Ocean acidification, a consequence of climate change, could weaken the shells of California mussels and diminish their body mass, with serious implications for coastal ecosystems.
LiteScape Enters Third Quarter 2011 with 90,000 Plus Seats Deployed, New Strategic Partnerships, RSA Certified Integration LiteScape Technologies, the leading developer of Unified Communications (UC) Applications for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)-enabled environments today announced more than 90,000 seats deployed, the signing of strategic partner World Wide Technology, a stronger partnership with Cisco, and the Secure Profile Management (SPM) achieving interoperability certification...
Lost your keys? Your brain might be in a better state to recall where you put them at some times than at others.
Mexicans who migrate to the United States are far more likely to experience significant depression and anxiety than individuals who do not immigrate.
The research, an ongoing project involving a multidisciplinary team of University of Cincinnati researchers, will be presented at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology.
A new study published by researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College and the University of California, Davis, foresees improvements in patient outcomes after a major earthquake through more effective use of information technology.
When a team of scientists drilling near an Icelandic volcano hit magma in 2009, they had to abandon their planned experiments on geothermal energy.
WESTFORD, Mass., Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Sonus Networks, Inc.
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