500 Better World Stories ... and Counting!

Thanks to the hard work of AUTM members around the world, the Better World Project, along with Put a Face on It, celebrates its 500th story in the form of a video that tells the story of how Lehigh University, Arup K. SenGupta, Ph.D., and Aqua Bengal Enterprise are making sure that millions of people can get arsenic-free drinking water.

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Vet Surgeons Make Suture Training More Like the Real Thing

In many veterinary schools, students practice how to suture on orange peels, pig feet or fabric. Then they go straight to a live animal. To give students a better alternative, Dean Hendrickson, DVM, developed a multilayer, silicone suture pad that mimics live tissue, including "bleeding." Plus, unlike messy pig feets, it's portable.

Featured Story from Laurentian University

Testing Chemotherapy's Effectiveness Early in Treatment

For cancer patients and their doctors, chemotherapy often poses a high-stakes gamble. During early stages of treatment, doctors haven't been able to predict whether a patient's tumor will likely die or survive. But at Laurentian Univeristy, a serendipitious discovery may have changed that.

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