“Improving the protection of whistleblowers is a vital issue for a living democracy”

Tribune. We whistleblowers are paying a high price for daring to speak the truth. Reprisals, dismissal, loss of employability, endless legal proceedings, smear campaigns, these pitfalls are generally accompanied by financial damage or even family and relationship difficulties. This reality is not acceptable, as it is very dissuasive for all future whistleblowers. However, for each … Read more

Living in outer house: Changes in blood flow volume may be at the heart of worsening eyesight

Living in outer house: Changes in blood flow volume may be at the heart of worsening eyesight – NovLink Home Mash C Living in outer house: Changes in blood flow volume may be at the heart of worsening eyesight We want to thank the author of this write-up for this awesome content Living in outer … Read more

Step forward in quest to develop living construction materials and beyond

Journal Reference: Sun-Young Kang, Anaya Pokhrel, Sara Bratsch, Joey J. Benson, Seung-Oh Seo, Maureen B. Quin, Alptekin Aksan, Claudia Schmidt-Dannert. Engineering Bacillus subtilis for the formation of a durable living biocomposite material. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27467-2 Seeing this new category of adaptive materials on consumer shelves may be a ways off. Still, … Read more

“Senator Joe Manchin has become more powerful than Joe Biden by blocking a plan to improve the living conditions of Americans”

Senator Joe Manchin has become more powerful than Joe Biden

Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, in Washington, September 30, 2021. J. COTT APPLEWHITE / AP LThe serious lurch suffered by the social reform project wanted by Joe Biden, blocked for the moment by a Democratic senator whose voice is essential, has a virtue, that of recalling the foundations of politics, starting with its constraints. One does … Read more

New hope for people living with a genetic cause of autism

Journal References: Maham Rais, Jonathan W. Lovelace, Xinghao S. Shuai, Walker Woodard, Steven Bishay, Leo Estrada, Ashwin R. Sharma, Austin Nguy, Anna Kulinich, Patricia S. Pirbhoy, Arnold R. Palacios, David L. Nelson, Khaleel A. Razak, Iryna M. Ethell. Functional consequences of postnatal interventions in a mouse model of Fragile X syndrome. Neurobiology of Disease, 2022; … Read more

Tooth cavities provide unique ecological insight into living primates and fossil humans

Journal References: Ian Towle, Joel D. Irish, Kris H. Sabbi, Carolina Loch. Dental caries in wild primates: Interproximal cavities on anterior teeth. American Journal of Primatology, 2021; DOI: 10.1002/ajp.23349 Carolina Loch, Christianne Fernée, Isabelle De Groote, Joel D. Irish, Ian Towle. Dental caries in South African fossil hominins. South African Journal of Science, 2021; 117 … Read more

Innovative silicon nanochip can reprogram biological tissue in living body

Journal Reference: Yi Xuan, Subhadip Ghatak, Andrew Clark, Zhigang Li, Savita Khanna, Dongmin Pak, Mangilal Agarwal, Sashwati Roy, Peter Duda, Chandan K. Sen. Fabrication and use of silicon hollow-needle arrays to achieve tissue nanotransfection in mouse tissue in vivo. Nature Protocols, 2021; 16 (12): 5707 DOI: 10.1038/s41596-021-00631-0 The technology, called tissue nanotransfection, is a non-invasive … Read more

Are we living in an end time? – The increasingly rich rich and energy that remains in the ground is a writing on the wall – Foodlog

Are we living in an end time The increasingly

I often write that the global economy, in physics terms, is an energy-driven dissipative structure. It may grow for a time, but eventually it reaches limits of many kinds. Then eventually growth stops and it collapses. As far as I’m concerned, the global economy is showing signs that it has reached a turning point. Economic … Read more

Researchers discover new insights about tau proteins in people living with ALS

Journal Reference: Tiziana Petrozziello, Ana C. Amaral, Simon Dujardin, Sali M. K. Farhan, James Chan, Bianca A. Trombetta, Pia Kivisäkk, Alexandra N. Mills, Evan A. Bordt, Spencer E. Kim, Patrick M. Dooley, Caitlin Commins, Theresa R. Connors, Derek H. Oakley, Anubrata Ghosal, Teresa Gomez‐Isla, Bradley T. Hyman, Steven E. Arnold, Tara Spires‐Jones, Merit E. Cudkowicz, … Read more

Landmark study points to source of rapid getting older, chronic inflammation in people living with HIV

Landmark study points to source of rapid getting older, chronic inflammation in people living with HIV – NovLink Home Mash C Landmark study points to source of rapid getting older, chronic inflammation in people living with HIV We want to say thanks to the writer of this short article for this amazing content Landmark study … Read more

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