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The health effects of structural racism

In the United States, the health of African-Americans lags behind most other racial minority groups.  Compared to whites, black men and women face higher risks of chronic illness, infection, and injuries.  Taken altogether, the average life span for African Americans is six years less compared to whites.  If we can begin to acknowledge that health outcomes are often… Read More »

High Content Screening and the Problem of Edge Effects Posted By : Sinead Murphy

High content screening, or HCS, refers to the process in the biotechnology sector that focuses on using images of cells in drug discovery. Drug discovery is a hugely important part of the pharmaceutical industry and the constant quest to reach new solutions to medical problems and the search for new drugs. Also known as cell… Read More »