The National Institutes of Health has awarded David Moffet, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, a three-year $407,364 grant to continue studying a protein that shows promise for slowing, if not halting altogether, the progression of type 2 diabetes.
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An all-female team of mostly Loyola Marymount University students placed second overall and first in the CodePen’s “Best Front- End Design” category at the first-ever … Read more
The results of the study quickly grabbed headlines: Researchers collecting seafood samples from Los Angeles restaurants had uncovered a sushi scam, discovering through DNA testing … Read more
Be prepared, work hard and don’t be afraid to take risks; that’s what Gwynne Shotwell, President and Chief Operating Officer at SpaceX, advised engineering students … Read more
Homeless young adults are less flexible and more likely to suffer from poor musculoskeletal health than their college-going peers living in dorms or off-campus housing, … Read more