Monthly Archives: October 2023

Meta-analysis of GWAS of gestational duration, and spontaneous preterm birth, identifies new maternal risk loci

GEITP is aware that this project has been a focus of Ge Zhang [Division of Genetics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital] for >6 years; finally, the results are published and can be shared [see attached]. 😊 More than 15 million pregnancies per … Continue reading

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The crusade against carbon dioxide and integrity in climate science

In September 2023, Princeton University’s Cyrus Fogg Brackett Professor Emeritus of Physics, William Happer, spoke at the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) to an audience in Brisbane, Australia about the crusade against carbon dioxide and integrity in climate science. Will … Continue reading

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Pioneers of mRNA COVID vaccines win the 2023 Medicine Nobel

As I understand it — here is yet another example of a grad student or postdoc (perhaps in particular because she was a female?) being ridiculed, or passed over, while it was her original idea that represented the breakthrough. But … Continue reading

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