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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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.
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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