8.17.2017 Slowing Dangerous Bacteria May be More Effective Than Killing Them, Researchers Report

Disease-causing bacteria like Yersinia enterocolitica, pictured, communicate with chemical...

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8.16.2017 Bashir Named Executive Associate Dean of Carle Illinois College of Medicine

Rashid Bashir, a professor of bioengineering, has been named the executive associate dean of the...

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8.11.2017 Increased Risk of Suicide, Mental Health Conditions Linked to Sexual Assault Victimization

Suicidality, depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions are “not uncommon responses...

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8.09.2017 New Microscope Technique Reveals Internal Structure of Live Embryos

Marcello Rubessa, Gabriel Popescu and Matthew B. Wheeler teamed up to produce 3-D images of live...

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8.07.2017 Media Portrayals of Pregnant Women, New Moms Unrealistic, Study Says

Media portrayals of pregnant and postpartum women are unrealistic and may heighten women’s self-...

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7.31.2017 Study Finds Parallels Between Unresponsive Honey Bees, Autism in Humans

Socially unresponsive bees share something fundamental with autistic humans, new research from...

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7.27.2017 NSF Awards Illinois $3M for Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Training

Program to form new insight on the brain, expand participation in field of brain science.
7.25.2017 Cognitive Cross-Training Enhances Learning, Study Finds

Illinois professor Aron Barbey led a study that examined how cognitive cross-training affects...

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7.25.2017 Physical Activity Could Combat Fatigue, Cognitive Decline in Cancer Survivors

Illinois postdoctoral researcher Diane Ehlers and professor emeritus Edward McAuley found that...

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7.24.2017 Lutein May Counter Cognitive Aging, Study Finds

Lutein may play a protective role against age-related cognitive decline, suggests a study by...

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