How to tell whether a mosquito is a good candidate for vaccination

By Michael BoeschFor the past six years, researchers have been racing to find a mosquito-borne disease that can be reliably used to diagnose and treat.It’s an ambitious mission, and it’s only getting started.But the goal is still to develop a vaccine, a mosquito repellent or an insecticide.The goal is also to figure out whether the […]

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When the world stops listening: How competition is transforming science, business, and politics

By JOHN GALLASI A competition between companies is at the heart of a new kind of economic debate: whether the competitive drive of business to create a product, service, or service-related business should be rewarded with a share of the market’s revenue.As more and more companies use digital tools, the competition between them has become […]

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When the world’s top athletes are competing in TFT competition

The TFT market has been growing rapidly.In the first quarter of 2018, sales reached $1.4 billion.Last quarter, sales were $3.6 billion, according to the International Association of Athletics Federations.This year, the market is forecast to reach $7.1 billion.There’s been a lot of interest in TAFT competitions, but there’s also been a lack of awareness among […]

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