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A discovery made in the lab sparked the creation of Anatomic Inc., which sells human stem cell-derived sensory neurons to pharmaceutical companies for the possible creation of new, nonaddictive painkillers.
A group of local volunteers and philanthropists are working together on a plan to create the Southwest Art Gallery and Science Center which they say will enable those with a love of art and science to have a place where they can share their creativity while discovering new ways of experiencing the world around them.
The $9 billion infrared telescope, built for NASA by aerospace giant Northrop Grumman Corp., is expected to revolutionize astronomy by allowing scientists to peer farther than before and with greater clarity into the cosmos, to the dawn of the known universe.
Williston, N.D., native and Concordia College graduate Alex Ritter's videos and glass sculptures of real-life T-cells killing cancer cells give hope in the fight.
A new research paper arguing that the Tyrannosaurus Rex should be split up into three different is making waves in the world of paleontology. We spoke with Badlands Museum Curator Denver Fowler to find out more.
“They come up with the blueprints, they come up with a design, they have to market (and) they have to do the advertising. So we give about 10 days for students just to work on this big project together,” Damian Sobolik noted.

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Dr. Stacy Trasancos, a scientist and theologian, recently spoke in Fargo about coming back to the Christian faith after walking away from God during college and her years working as a chemist for DuPont.
The gut microbiome has been shown to play a role in ways that are both positive and negative in health. A team of researchers from Sanford Health and North Dakota State University will explore whether certain gut bacteria can trigger stress eating.
To do that, they need to bridge the gap between purely scientific researchers and clinical professionals. The SMHS has been emphasizing work in the area of translational research, which aims to “translate” scientific research into practical treatments. That work is being done through the Dakota Cancer Collaborative on Translational Activity (DaCCoTA), a clinical translational research center (CTR), that pairs in teams doctors and researchers.

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