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DOE SCIENCE NEWS BY TOPIC: Medicine and Health

DOE sponsors medical research to understand underlying biological, genetic, and molecular processes. This knowledge can then be used to develop new therapies, drugs, and vaccines leading to longer, healthier lives. A leader in the application of science to longstanding and emerging public health threats, DOE also sponsors cutting-edge research designed to create a healthier environment.

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Brookhaven Lab summer school helps develop tomorrow's nuclear chemistry experts

Brookhaven Lab summer school helps develop tomorrow's nuclear chemistry experts

For the past six weeks, 12 college students have had the opportunity to learn all that the US Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory has to teach about a vital but often overlooked area of chemistry -- one that spans everything from nuclear reactors and the safe handling of nuclear material to hospital diagnostic tools and cutting-edge medical research.

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Tracing the evolution of a drug-resistant pathogen

Sandia National Laboratories researchers are studying antibiotic-resistant pathogens to aid in the fight against them.

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Tracing the evolution of a drug-resistant pathogen

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22-Jun-2015
Researchers successfully target 'Achilles' heel' of MERS virus
Purdue University

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