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Yes, the Phialdelphia City Government has had to tell people to stop swimming in garbage dumpsters. Yes, you read this correctly.
A chemist at Yale found a new way to take on cancer: By hijacking tiny cellular garbage trucks to seek and destroy malignant cells.
A professor spent a year working as a paper picker at a large mega-landfill on the outskirts of Detroit, M.I., to explore the relationship North Americans have with garbage. His two big takeaways: a) ...
Malignant cancer cells not only proliferate faster than most healthy cells in our bodies. They also generate more “junk”, such as faulty and damaged proteins. This makes cancer cells inherently m...
(Binghamton University) Josh Reno, assistant professor of anthropology at Binghamton University, spent a year working as a paper picker at a large mega-landfill on the outskirts of Detroit, MI, to exp...
Cancer cells are more dependent on a cellular garbage disposal unit—the proteasome—than healthy cells, and cancer therapies take advantage of this dependency. Scientists at EMBL and MPI determined...
Some people walk for breast cancer. Others race. Since 2011, more than 250,000 dancers nationwide, including healthcare professionals, EMTs and firefighters, have danced while wearing pink exam gloves...
WalesOnlineWave of pink covers Pontefract Park for Race for LifeYorkshire Evening PostA wave of pink covered Pontefract Park when thousands of women put their best foot forward in the town's annual Ra...
The article analyzes various aspects related to the meta-stereotype of 99 trash pickers who made their living from the garbage dumps in León (Nicaragua). This group is difficult to access, heavily st...
To characterize the course of retinal degeneration in the pink-eyed RCS rat in vivo and in vitro.
Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) stocks throughout the southern part of their North American range have experienced declines in productivity over the past two decades. In this study, we tested the ...