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Newswise: Decoding Data to Cure Chronic Rising Medical Costs

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Decoding Data to Cure Chronic Rising Medical Costs

Texas State University

Data mining tools developed at Texas State University can help auditors stop fraud and wasteful spending to save taxpayers billions annually.

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Newswise: UC San Diego Health Awarded Top Vizient Award for Quality

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UC San Diego Health Awarded Top Vizient Award for Quality

University of California San Diego Health

UC San Diego Health has been named a top performer in the 2019 Bernard A. Birnbaum, MD, Quality Leadership Award category by Vizient, Inc. This award recognizes UC San Diego Health among the nation’s top ten academic medical centers for the highest levels of quality and patient-centered outcomes.

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Newswise: Archeology Field School Opens Window to the Past

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Archeology Field School Opens Window to the Past

Texas State University

In the thorny desert along the Mexican border west of Del Rio, Texas State University students are learning methods of field archaeology and rock art recording and preservation. Dr. Carolyn Boyd, Shumla Endowed Research Professor, and Dr. David Kilby, associate professor, both in the Department of Anthropology, are leading this unusual joint field school.

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Newswise: Geographic Profiling

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Geographic Profiling

Texas State University

What do Jack the Ripper, serial killers, terrorists, bumblebees, invasive algae, and great white sharks have in common? Their home turfs can be pinpointed by a criminal investigative technique pioneered by Dr. Kim Rossmo, University Endowed Chair in Criminology and director of the Center for Geospatial Intelligence and Investigation in the School of Criminal Justice.

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Article ID: 719474

Study Suggests New Metabolic Target for Liver Cancer

University of Iowa

Disrupting a metabolic pathway in the liver in a way that creates a more “cancer-like” metabolism actually reduces tumor formation in a mouse model of liver cancer. This surprising finding from a Univ. of Iowa study identifies the mitochondrial pyruvate carrier as a potential target for preventing liver cancer.

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Newswise: Virus may jump species through rock-and-roll motion with receptors
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Virus may jump species through rock-and-roll motion with receptors

Penn State Institute for CyberScience

The researchers used a sophisticated electron microscope that can take pictures of structures at the atomic level to examine the virus as it interacted with the transferrin receptor, or TfR, a protein on the surface of the cell that helps manage a body’s iron uptake.

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