Carnegie Mellon University
New analytical tool could aid human rights, public safety workers
New paper is the latest in a long line of research showing that disclosure is an inadequate response to COIs that are rampant in medicine
Researchers have been looking for ways to administer the drug orally, and researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have now shown such a feat is possible
Innovation enables better visualization and interpretation of data from cell microscopy
The new anode could help create a safer high energy lithium metal battery
How is the public's perception of nuclear power affecting decision-making about the energy method?