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Closer Look at Unexamined Interactions Could Improve Drug Purification Process
Closer Look at Unexamined Interactions Could Improve Drug Purification Process

In research published Langmuir, a team led by Steven Cramer, an endowed chair professor of chemical and biological engineering, explored the fundamentals of how different molecules interact with various surfaces during the purification process.

Deep Learning Enables Dual Screening for Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease
Deep Learning Enables Dual Screening for Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease

Heart disease and cancer are the leading causes of death in the United States, and it’s increasingly understood that they share common risk factors, including tobacco use, diet, blood pressure, and obesity. Thus, a diagnostic tool that could screen for cardiovascular disease while a patient is already being screened for cancer has the potential to expedite a diagnosis, accelerate treatment, and improve patient outcomes. 

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