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Hamilton News
Exercise keeps brain in better ordera more inclusive age-friendly community. A good example of this is the Physical
Exercise keeps brain in better order
Hamilton News / Posted 10 hours ago
a more inclusive age-friendly community. A good example of this is the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE) at McMaster University. At the PACE, students help older members exercise safely with the common goal of better health,... Read more
15h
FOX News
Statin, Blood Pressure Drug Slash Health Risk In Those With Hypertensionbenefit when taking both a statin and an agent that lowers blood pressure," Dr.
Statin, Blood Pressure Drug Slash Health Risk In Those With Hypertension
FOX News / Posted 15 hours ago
benefit when taking both a statin and an agent that lowers blood pressure," Dr. Salim Yusuf, a professor of cardiology at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada who headed the 12,000-patient global study, said in an interview. Patients with... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Station Gallery hosts reception for Prior exhibitPat Feely is a creator, teacher and mentor who has performances regionally and
Station Gallery hosts reception for Prior exhibit
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
Pat Feely is a creator, teacher and mentor who has performances regionally and is a faculty member with the School of Arts at McMaster University. "¢ For 20 years, artist David Hind has been using recycled, salvaged and found materials to create... Read more
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CBC.ca
Right from wrong: hammer attacker hoping to be found not criminally responsible — againGary Chaimowitz, chair of psychiatry for the Ontario Medical Association and th
Right from wrong: hammer attacker hoping to be found not criminally responsible — again
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
Gary Chaimowitz, chair of psychiatry for the Ontario Medical Association and the head of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at McMaster University, testified for the defence during Weber's trial and described him as "an intelligent individual who is... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Millennial ditches his 13-old beater, discovers joy of technologydelaying the decision to acquire a car, or making do with beaters. Twenty-six-y
Millennial ditches his 13-old beater, discovers joy of technology
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
delaying the decision to acquire a car, or making do with beaters. Twenty-six-year old Edward Maloney, a medical resident at McMaster University, is no different. So we placed him in a redesigned 2016 Corolla to get his impressions between old and... Read more
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Dundas Star News
Signpostfree public lecture on the origins of AIDS will take place Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m
Signpost
Dundas Star News / Posted 6 days ago
free public lecture on the origins of AIDS will take place Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Ewart Angus Centre Room 1A6 at McMaster University Medical Centre. Register for the talk by Paul Sharp of the University of Edinburgh at 905-525-9140 ext... Read more
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Dundas Star News
McMaster University creates outdoor classroom for Indigenous StudentsAn open-air classroom — think amphitheatre — and shaped like a piece of pie, is
McMaster University creates outdoor classroom for Indigenous Students
Dundas Star News / Posted 7 days ago
An open-air classroom — think amphitheatre — and shaped like a piece of pie, is a new teaching space at McMaster University. It doesn't have typical desks or chairs. Instead, it's been sculpted into a hillside facing Cootes Paradise, with majestic... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Glenhyrst exhibit features work of city artistsPat Feely is a creator, teacher and mentor who has performances regionally and
Glenhyrst exhibit features work of city artists
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 8 days ago
Pat Feely is a creator, teacher and mentor who has performances regionally and is a faculty member with the School of Arts at McMaster University. For 20 years, artist David Hind has been using recycled, salvaged and found materials to create... Read more
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iol.co.za
Meditate your stress awayat least associated with better health outcomes,” said Dr Guillaume Pare, the c
Meditate your stress away
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
at least associated with better health outcomes,” said Dr Guillaume Pare, the co-director of the McMaster Genome Facility at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, who was not part of the new study. “However, linking the specific genes and... Read more
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Newsmax
Just Going on Vacation May Change Gene Activityor at least associated with better health outcomes," said Dr. Guillaume Pare, c
Just Going on Vacation May Change Gene Activity
Newsmax / Posted 8 days ago
or at least associated with better health outcomes," said Dr. Guillaume Pare, co-director of the McMaster Genome Facility at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, who was not part of the new study. "However, linking the specific genes and... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Just going on vacation may change gene activityor at least associated with better health outcomes,” said Dr. Guillaume Pare, c
Just going on vacation may change gene activity
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 9 days ago
or at least associated with better health outcomes,” said Dr. Guillaume Pare, co-director of the McMaster Genome Facility at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, who was not part of the new study. “However, linking the specific genes and... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Internet addiction may be red flag for other mental health issueswho spend a significant amount of time online. For the study, the researchers
Internet addiction may be red flag for other mental health issues
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 9 days ago
who spend a significant amount of time online. For the study, the researchers evaluated the internet use of 254 freshmen at McMaster University in Ontario. The researchers used a tool called the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), developed in 1998,... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Researchers look at dangers of Internet overusewere inspired to take a closer look at how its use affects people. Researchers
Researchers look at dangers of Internet overuse
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 9 days ago
were inspired to take a closer look at how its use affects people. Researchers evaluated the internet use of 254 freshmen at McMaster University in Ontario. The researchers used a tool called the Internet addiction test, developed in 1998, as well... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is internet addiction a sign of PSYCHOPATHY?depressed, with poor attention span', a study warns To explore the issue, a te
Is internet addiction a sign of PSYCHOPATHY?
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
depressed, with poor attention span', a study warns To explore the issue, a team of psychiatrists monitored 254 freshmen at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. They used a tool called the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), which was developed in... Read more
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Daily Mail
How signs of lymphoedema can be spotted thanks to green dye injectioncould reduce lymphoedema. Forty women who have the condition are being given ac
How signs of lymphoedema can be spotted thanks to green dye injection
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
could reduce lymphoedema. Forty women who have the condition are being given acupuncture or no treatment in a trial at McMaster University in Canada. The acupuncture involves using a battery-powered device with two 'electric' needles on the... Read more
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CBS News
Internet addiction could signal other problemswho spend a significant amount of time online​. For the study, the researchers
Internet addiction could signal other problems
CBS News / Posted 10 days ago
who spend a significant amount of time online​. For the study, the researchers evaluated the internet use of 254 freshmen at McMaster University in Ontario. The researchers used a tool called the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), developed in 1998,... Read more
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The Columbian
High-intensity vs. aerobic training: Which is better?and a sports medicine doctor to help clear things up. Focus on intervention T
High-intensity vs. aerobic training: Which is better?
The Columbian / Posted 10 days ago
and a sports medicine doctor to help clear things up. Focus on intervention To be clear, the study, by researchers at McMaster University in Ontario, looked at sedentary individuals, not athletes with sport-specific goals, and it focused on... Read more
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Newsmax
Internet Addiction Flag for Other Mental Issueswho spend a significant amount of time online. For the study, the researchers
Internet Addiction Flag for Other Mental Issues
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
who spend a significant amount of time online. For the study, the researchers evaluated the internet use of 254 freshmen at McMaster University in Ontario. The researchers used a tool called the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), developed in 1998,... Read more
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Louth Leader
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Louth Leader / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Thame Gazette
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Thame Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Aylesbury Today / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Luton Today
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Luton Today / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Banbury Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Chichester Observer / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Spalding Today
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Spalding Today / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Horncastle Today
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without
Negative effects of social media ‘greater than previously thought’
Horncastle Today / Posted 10 days ago
proves fears that increasing numbers people are becoming unable to cope without regularly going online. Researchers at McMaster University in Canada surveyed 254 students using the Internet Addiction Test (IAT), created in 1998, as well as a... Read more
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Newsmax
Can You Combat Wrinkles With Exercise?feet, and areas of sagging skin – and there’s a scientific explanation for why,
Can You Combat Wrinkles With Exercise?
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
feet, and areas of sagging skin – and there’s a scientific explanation for why, The New York Times reports. Researchers at McMaster University in Ontario found that exercise appears to combat changes in the outer layers of skin that come with... Read more
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CBC.ca
Bikinis, beats and beers: how golf is trying to change the game and find new fans35, golf has very little appeal to you at all," says Marvin Ryder, a marketing
Bikinis, beats and beers: how golf is trying to change the game and find new fans
CBC.ca / Posted 11 days ago
35, golf has very little appeal to you at all," says Marvin Ryder, a marketing professor at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University. Brooke Henderson, 19, of Canada is a rising star in golf, but she's a rarity among her generation... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Why Corporate Canada is on a foreign shopping spreecollapse in commodity prices, according to economist Jim Stanford, an adviser t
Why Corporate Canada is on a foreign shopping spree
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
collapse in commodity prices, according to economist Jim Stanford, an adviser to the Unifor labour union and a professor at McMaster University. “Canadian business leaders have been forced to consider a more ambitious role for themselves in the... Read more
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CTV News
Canadian lab hoping to turn old drugs into new bacteria fightersto old drugs to see if they can be used in new ways. Microbiologist and bioche
Canadian lab hoping to turn old drugs into new bacteria fighters
CTV News / Posted 13 days ago
to old drugs to see if they can be used in new ways. Microbiologist and biochemistry professor Eric Brown and his team at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont. are working on screening existing drugs and compounds to see if any can become new... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Hamilton researchers conduct ground-breaking new trial on pediatric fecal transplant for IBDin the Centre for Child & Youth Digestive Health at McMaster Children's Hospita
Hamilton researchers conduct ground-breaking new trial on pediatric fecal transplant for IBD
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
in the Centre for Child & Youth Digestive Health at McMaster Children's Hospital and assistant professor of pediatrics at McMaster University's Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine. Study collaborators include Dr. Christine Lee (Division of... Read more
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CBC.ca
Researchers say no evidence Type 2 diabetes patients must tightly control blood sugarof debate and discussion as to what exactly is the causal relationship," said D
Researchers say no evidence Type 2 diabetes patients must tightly control blood sugar
CBC.ca / Posted 14 days ago
of debate and discussion as to what exactly is the causal relationship," said Dr. Hertzel Gerstein, diabetes researcher at McMaster University in Hamilton. It's possible that some other mechanism, or a combination of factors besides high blood... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Film group launches its new seasonPat Feely is a creator, teacher and mentor who has performances regionally and
Film group launches its new season
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 15 days ago
Pat Feely is a creator, teacher and mentor who has performances regionally and is a faculty member with the School of Arts at McMaster University. "¢ For 20 years, artist David Hind has been using recycled, salvaged and found materials to create... Read more
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CNBC
The problem with all the speculation about Hillary Clinton's pneumoniaand pneumonia can even be deadly. "[Pneumonia] kills people sometimes," said L
The problem with all the speculation about Hillary Clinton's pneumonia
CNBC / Posted 17 days ago
and pneumonia can even be deadly. "[Pneumonia] kills people sometimes," said Lionel Mandell, a pneumonia researcher at McMaster University. "Most of the time it doesn't — especially if you're well enough to be treated outside of the... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Owen Sound hospital welcomes new docsin 2016, joins the opthalmology department. • Dr. Mandeep Gill, who finished m
Owen Sound hospital welcomes new docs
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 20 days ago
in 2016, joins the opthalmology department. • Dr. Mandeep Gill, who finished medical school at Michael DrGroote School at McMaster University in 2011, and also completed his residency there this year, joins the otolaryngology department. • Dr.... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Study finds risks of statins small, but debate remains heatedthe experts disagree is on what those reductions mean in the real world. Salim
Study finds risks of statins small, but debate remains heated
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
the experts disagree is on what those reductions mean in the real world. Salim Yusuf, a professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton and one of the authors of the review, called the 25-per-cent reduction “substantial.” And... Read more
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The Sault Star
Academic dean eyes new traditionstudies and sociology in 1986, for helping him succeed when he continued with h
Academic dean eyes new tradition
The Sault Star / Posted 27 days ago
studies and sociology in 1986, for helping him succeed when he continued with his master's degree in religious studies at McMaster University. McCutcheon knew his professors at the Manitoba post-secondary institution. Classes were small with... Read more
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New Kerala
Low birth weight babies likely to develop higher body fat - newkerala.com #113244ways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on thei
Low birth weight babies likely to develop higher body fat - newkerala.com #113244
New Kerala / Posted 27 days ago
ways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on their health," said Saroj Saigal, Professor at McMaster University, at Hamilton, in Ontario, Canada. The researchers who have been following the health of new borns... Read more
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dna
Babies born weighing less should keep an eye on their blood sugars, weightways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on thei
Babies born weighing less should keep an eye on their blood sugars, weight
dna / Posted 27 days ago
ways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on their health," Morrison added. Researchers at McMaster University, led by researcher Saroj Saigal, have been following the health of extreme preemies since their birth... Read more
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New Kerala
Babies born weighing less should keep an eye on their blood sugars, weight - newkerala.com #113116ways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on thei
Babies born weighing less should keep an eye on their blood sugars, weight - newkerala.com #113116
New Kerala / Posted 27 days ago
ways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on their health," Morrison added. Researchers at McMaster University, led by researcher Saroj Saigal, have been following the health of extreme preemies since their birth... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
People born weighing less should keep an eye on their blood sugars, weightways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on thei
People born weighing less should keep an eye on their blood sugars, weight
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
ways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on their health," Morrison added. Researchers at McMaster University, led by researcher Saroj Saigal, have been following the health of extreme preemies since their birth... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Extreme preemies more likey to develop abnormal blood glucose and high body fat in adulthoodthat we can identify ways to help those born premature counteract these potenti
Extreme preemies more likey to develop abnormal blood glucose and high body fat in adulthood
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
that we can identify ways to help those born premature counteract these potential influences on their health." Researchers at McMaster University, led by pediatrics professor Dr. Saroj Saigal, have been following the health of extreme preemies... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Many Canadians uneasy about temporary foreign workers: pollaimed at eliminating abuses of the program. Catherine Connelly, associate prof
Many Canadians uneasy about temporary foreign workers: poll
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 days ago
aimed at eliminating abuses of the program. Catherine Connelly, associate professor at the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University in Hamilton, said opposition to the program also stems from the treatment of vulnerable... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plaguegood to have more ancient genomes,” said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutiona
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 30 days ago
good to have more ancient genomes,” said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutionary geneticist and biological anthropologist at McMaster University in Canada, who was not involved in the new study. More genomes could allow scientists to better... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plaguegood to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutiona
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 30 days ago
good to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutionary geneticist and biological anthropologist at McMaster University in Canada, who was not involved in the new study. More genomes could allow scientists to better... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plaguegood to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutiona
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
KTVZ Bend / Posted 30 days ago
good to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutionary geneticist and biological anthropologist at McMaster University in Canada, who was not involved in the new study. More genomes could allow scientists to better... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plaguegood to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutiona
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 30 days ago
good to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutionary geneticist and biological anthropologist at McMaster University in Canada, who was not involved in the new study. More genomes could allow scientists to better... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plaguegood to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutiona
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 30 days ago
good to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutionary geneticist and biological anthropologist at McMaster University in Canada, who was not involved in the new study. More genomes could allow scientists to better... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plaguegood to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutiona
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 30 days ago
good to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutionary geneticist and biological anthropologist at McMaster University in Canada, who was not involved in the new study. More genomes could allow scientists to better... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plaguegood to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutiona
Why scientists reconstructed an ancient plague
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 30 days ago
good to have more ancient genomes," said Hendrik Poinar, a molecular evolutionary geneticist and biological anthropologist at McMaster University in Canada, who was not involved in the new study. More genomes could allow scientists to better... Read more
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