Ludwig Cancer Research and the Cancer Research Institute have launched clinical trials evaluating an immunotherapy for the treatment of the brain cancer glioblastoma multiforme, and a combination of immunotherapies for a variety of solid tumors. The trials are being conducted through the CVC Clinical Trials Network in collaboration with MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca.
The leadership of the Cyber Innovation Center and Louisiana Tech University has formalized a new partnership through the creation of the Louisiana Tech Research Institute to accelerate 21st century research and high-tech economic and industry growth.
Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories are working to lower the cost of solar energy systems and improve efficiencies in a big way, thanks to a system of small particles.
The Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and the Queen's Health Systems in Honolulu have entered into a collaboration agreement to improve patient safety and quality of care initiatives at hospitals in the state of Hawaii.
From July 1-31, Adam Matthew will enable free access to 'American History in 100 Documents': 100 hand-picked documents and associated analysis of their importance from 'American History, 1493-1945,' sourced exclusively from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History in New York.
The Government of Singapore, the European Molecular Biology Organization and its intergovernmental funding body, the European Molecular Biology Conference, have signed a cooperation agreement to strengthen scientific interaction and collaborative research between Singapore and Europe. This milestone agreement marks the first time a non-European nation has become an EMBC Associate Member State.
Nanyang Technological University Singapore will partner Science Centre Singapore to do research on early childhood learning. The studies will provide insights into whether children are born with early abstract expectations or whether they learn through socialization.
A national team of health education and profession experts, led by researchers from Plymouth University and commissioned by the General Medical Council, are surveying the UK's doctors to evaluate medical revalidation. The exercise will give doctors the opportunity to help shape the future of medical revalidation.