jueves, 17 de enero de 2019

New post from NIGMS Biomedical Beat Blog – National Institute of General Medical Sciences

Source: Eva Mutunga and Kate Klein, University of the District of Columbia and National Institute of Standards and Technology. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States License.​
The Latest Biomedical Beat Post
Profile pictures of Nicole Gibran (upper left), Carrie Sims (lower left), and Rebecca Minter (right).

How Three Physician Scientists Are Taking Strides to Improve Our Health

Women trauma surgeon scientists Drs. Nicole Gibran, Rebecca Minter, and Carrie Sims received early-career NIGMS support and have gone on to make significant contributions to their scientific fields and communities.
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Colorful, peony fireworks lit against the night sky.

Elements That Keep Us Alive Also Give Color to Fireworks

Around the globe, fireworks blasted the sky on New Year’s Day. The colors in those sparkly explosions are due to specific metals. Some of the same metals are also found in trace amounts in our bodies. Read more in this article, which we published in early July a few years ago.
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