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posted May 14th, 2018 by E4H

Science in Action: Visualizing and Designing New Biotech Labs

Laboratory architects have introduced innovative ideas to the biotech marketplace as the next generation of research and researchers continues to mature. Today’s workplaces have been strongly influenced by the trend to provide modern comforts to employees. For example, architects are adapting p[...]

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Health Sciences

posted August 11th, 2017 by Natalie Herwood

Designing with Holograms

Advancements in technology have transcended the limits of discovery and innovation in the world of modern healthcare, not only in terms of scientific discovery but also in the way hospitals do business. Physician and hospital personnel have incorporated technology into their everyday routine by sw[...]

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posted March 31st, 2017 by E4H

Promising New Treatment for Sepsis

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition associated with an inflammatory response to infection that has the potential to cause multiple organ failure. Sepsis kills more people in the hospital than any other disease. Worldwide, Sepsis is estimated to impact 15 to 19 million people annually with a mor[...]

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posted February 22nd, 2017 by E4H

Breakthrough in Autism Research

An exciting breakthrough in autism research was recently published in the highly reputable academic journal, Nature. Scientists have observed brain enlargement in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). A retrospective analysis of head circumference and longitudinal brain volume studies in [...]

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Health Sciences

posted January 5th, 2017 by E4H

Cancer Death Rates Fall

E4H was elated to read the number of deaths from cancer in the United States have dropped 25 percent since hitting a peak in 1991. The report, issued by the American Cancer Society, hit home for a lot of us. This drop means that 2.1 million fewer people died from cancer between 1991 and 2014 than[...]

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