A cancer diagnosis can change everything in a profound way. It's something many of us have a personal connection to. But one scientist at Arizona State University is taking his experience and channeling it to find a cure.
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Long periods of sitting were also associated with excess weight, a wider waist and increased triglyceride levels, said senior researcher Dorothy Sears. She's a professor of nutrition at the Arizona State University College of Health Solutions, in Phoenix.
Once again, researchers at Arizona State University are doing some life-changing work. They’re using viruses to fight cancer. Their work has been going on for years inside the Biodesign Institute.
“Locust outbreaks are expected to become more frequent and severe under climate change,” said Rick Overson, a research coordinator at the Global Locust Initiative at Arizona State University. “Locusts are quite adept at responding rapidly and capitalizing on extreme rainfall events.”
An ASU professor and his students have made a contribution toward finding the cause of Alzheimer’s disease by improving single-DNA base editing with an efficiency of up to 90% in human stem cells.