Science and Technology

Who Will Own The Secrets In Our Genes? A U.S. – China Race in Artificial Intelligence and Genomics

The United States has been precision medicine’s worldwide champion, conducting most of the research that first deciphered our genome about fifteen years ago. This could change with China’s heavy investment and capacity-building in the increasing convergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and new genetic technologies.

Zoonotic Diseases and the Possibilities with EBV Monitoring

Now more than ever, we, as a society, need to examine all of the underlining ways that climate change, as well as overpopulation, are effecting every aspect of our existence.  Its environmental and economic impacts are still being understood and recorded as people begin to fear the repercussions.  One line of research that should be emphasized in these changing times is the virology and pathology of the emerging infectious diseases known as zoonotic diseases.  To fully address this problem, a successful and expansive monitoring of Essential Biodiversity Variab

Living Labs: An Intersection of Scientific Innovation

Here in the Science and Technology Innovation Program, we cover a lot of broad subjects under our little umbrella.

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