What is an MTA Exactly?

What is an MTA Exactly?

October 31, 2014 In a lab full of acronyms, it can be easy to not know what an “MTA” is or how it affects your work. However, MTAs can impact your ability to complete work efficiently and inexpensively, so it’s important to examine the basics of the MTA. What is an MTA? MTA is the 

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Remote Brain Cell Control Project Wins BRAIN Funding

Remote Brain Cell Control Project Wins BRAIN Funding

October 30, 2014 Research associate Sarah Stanley from Rockefeller University’s Laboratory of Molecular Genetics recently was awarded a $1.26 million, three year grant for her research on turning neurons on and off with radiogenics. The funding comes as part of President Barack Obama’s Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies, or BRAIN, initiative. The BRAIN initiative 

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UMass Medical Professor Given NIH Pioneer Award

UMass Medical Professor Given NIH Pioneer Award

October 27, 2014 University of Massachusetts Medical School professor of biochemistry and molecular pharmacology Oliver Rando, M.D., Ph.D., is the recent recipient of a National Institutes of Health Director’s Pioneer Award for a new project about how a father’s diet prior to conception can affect his future children’s metabolism. Rando is one of 10 Pioneer 

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New Website Makes BU Research More Approachable

New Website Makes BU Research More Approachable

October 20, 2014 Many major universities around the U.S. are conducting research on dozens of topics at any one time. However, if you’re a student, community member or fellow researcher, it may be hard to know exactly what’s going on around the science quad. Communication can be siloed within specific departments, and many people don’t 

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