An unprecedented dataset of ancient African DNA let researchers outline major demographic shifts that took place between about 80,000 and 20,000 years ago.
New research suggests that customizing booster shots based on genes could be a way to make them more effective for more people.
Falls among older adults in the US are increasing by about 1.5% every year. That translates to 106,000 more fall injuries over the study period.
Why is Russia invading Ukraine? An expert explains what Putin wants as well as what might happen if he succeeds or fails to achieve his goals.
On his wonderful Fed Circuit Blog, Professor Taylor is hosting an interesting online symposium on the topic of Patent Law and Institutional Choice with the following nine thought provoking essays:
- Tejas N. Narechania, Arthrex and the Politics of Patents.
- Jason Rantanen, The PTAB, The Director, and The Federal Circuit.
- A. Christal Sheppard, [Not yet Posted].
- Forum Shopping:
- Jonas Anderson, Extreme Forum Shopping in Patent Law.
- Megan M. La Belle, Mandamus is Not a Mechanism for Patent Reform.
- Greg Reilly, Forum Selling and Legitimate Authority in the Patent System.
- Exclusive Patent Jurisdiction:
- Laura Pedraza-Fariña, To Adapt Patent Law to Modern Innovation Realities, End Administrative Patent Law Exceptionalism.
- Paul Gugliuzza, The Federal Circuit: A Failed Experiment in Specialization?
- David O. Taylor, [Not yet Posted].
“…shutting down syringe services programs has immediate and detrimental impacts on people who use drugs and the broader community.”
Perfectionist culture and stigma may keep veterinary students from seeking help with mental health. But there are things instructors can do to help.
Flaring of natural gas from oil and gas fields in the United States, primarily in North Dakota and Texas, contributed to dozens of premature deaths.
A new study offers insights into the mechanisms that control pre-sleep behaviors and then the start of sleep in mice.
My chart below shows the percent of US utility patents that list a mixed-set of inventors (both US and non-US residents).
Can you guess who US inventors are collaborating with most often? pic.twitter.com/7OrQUS7v3U
— Dennis Crouch (@patentlyo) February 28, 2022