A record number of patients underwent lip augmentation procedures in 2015, making them the second-fastest growing facial procedure in the United States since 2000.
The International Cancer Genome Consortium today announced plans to launch the International Cancer Genome Consortium for Medicine (ICGCmed), a new phase in the Consortium's evolution that will link genomics to clinical information and health.
Sanyal Biotechnology LLC and One Way Liver S.L. (OWL Metabolomics) have initiated a strategic partnership to provide increased value and additional R&D services to basic research and the pharmaceutical industry, announced at the International Liver Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
A new travel study being conducted by UConn faculty will provide data for the state travel model, updating decades-old information.
A new joint program between Connecticut Innovations, the University of Connecticut and Yale will speed faculty-led bioscience products to consumers.
Two new federal interagency websites designed to connect undergraduate and graduate students with education and training opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields have been launched on Science.gov, the portal to US government science information.
William Dupont, San Antonio Conservation Society Endowed Professor of Architecture at The University of Texas at San Antonio, is part of a top-tier team of preservationists working on a historic restoration project in Cuba.
Amid booming fireworks, steely skies and blustery winds -- and the joyful cheers from a large crowd of well-wishers -- the brand-new research vessel Neil Armstrong recently arrived at its new home at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.
The Mental Health Now initiative launches at the inaugural Financing and Innovation in Global Health conference, Washington, D.C. Partners are Global Development Incubator, Johnson & Johnson, Grand Challenges Canada (funded by the Government of Canada), BasicNeeds, and StrongMinds. Social entrepreneurs, organizations and companies will unite to create and implement mental health solutions in communities worldwide, improving economic stability through better health. From 1990-2013, people suffering depression and/or anxiety increased ~50 percent, from 416 to 615 million.
An algorithm for surveillance cameras to automatically detect faces in the video stream has been developed at Tomsk Polytechnic University. The algorithm allows processing high resolution videos in real time and also evaluating the number of people, their gender and even approximate age.