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ICYMI: Secretary Granholm Visited Michigan to Announce $3.16 Billion for Domestic Battery Production and Tout Benefits of American Manufacturing

WASHINGTON, DC— Yesterday, US Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm traveled to Michigan to highlight the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s investments in domestic manufacturing to accelerate the clean energy transition and meet President Biden’s climate goals. Secretary Granholm first traveled to East Lansing where she participated… Read More »ICYMI: Secretary Granholm Visited Michigan to Announce $3.16 Billion for Domestic Battery Production and Tout Benefits of American Manufacturing

Gene editing reverses brain genetic reprogramming caused by adolescent binge drinking — ScienceDaily

Gene editing may be a potential treatment for anxiety and alcohol use disorder in adults who were exposed to binge drinking in their adolescence, according to the results of an animal study published in the journal Science Advances. The study is issued by researchers from… Read More »Gene editing reverses brain genetic reprogramming caused by adolescent binge drinking — ScienceDaily

Architecture, building construction science students at MSU learn the art of collaboration

Contact: Madison Welzbacher A collaborative and winning team of architecture and building construction science students, from left to right, Colby Stalcup, Du’Juan Brown, Tanner Madison, Michael Chew and Mary Stafford Shurden, present their studio design project to a panel of judges. (Photo by Megan Bean)… Read More »Architecture, building construction science students at MSU learn the art of collaboration

Chimeric antigen receptor T cells that target OR2H1 inhibit lung and ovarian tumor growth in mice — ScienceDaily

Chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy, or CAR T, has made a big impact on the treatment of certain blood cancers, allowing patients with relapsed/refractory disease to live longer, healthier lives. But in clinical study, the cellular therapy has not been as successful for patients with… Read More »Chimeric antigen receptor T cells that target OR2H1 inhibit lung and ovarian tumor growth in mice — ScienceDaily

Vantage Point Webcast HR Insights from Walmart, Canada, Bayer Crop Science, USA & Kempinski Hotels, UAE

Vantage Point: A View from the Top Vantage Circle has successfully hosted a webcast, Vantage Point on the topic “Employee Engagement in a hybrid, post-Covid world”, with Chester and Adrian. The insights that the guests shared during the conversation will add great value to the… Read More »Vantage Point Webcast HR Insights from Walmart, Canada, Bayer Crop Science, USA & Kempinski Hotels, UAE