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Med School goes tobacco-free

Students at the Alpert Medical School are breathing easy after the school’s administration approved a ban on tobacco products on the school’s premises this summer. The ban — which covers all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes — was a “no-brainer,” said Kris Cambra, director of biomedical ...

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Study examines effects of pregaming

While “pregaming” before a party is an integral part of many college students’ social scenes, it could have more adverse consequences than are typically expected, according to a new study involving a University researcher. The research team, composed of psychologists and sociologists from Lehigh ...

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Blood test may identify concussion, new study shows

Physicians may be able to tell if a person suffered a concussion by performing a simple blood test, according to a new study by University researchers. The team of brain injury specialists, which included professors and physicians from Alpert Medical School, pinpointed a set of biomarker proteins whose ...

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Science & Research Roundup: March 19, 2015

Under the sea By examining layers of sediment from deep under the ocean floor, a research expedition led by a University professor aims to reconstruct more than 15 million years of monsoon history, according to a University press release. Steven Clemens, associate professor of earth, environmental and ...

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Hawking film explores love, not universe

This article is the third in an ongoing series, Science at the Cinema, which explores research and researchers portrayed in film. A heart-wrenching tale of Stephen Hawking’s love life and passion for physics, “The Theory of Everything” is a big bang for talented acting but not for scientific depth. ...

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Fact and fiction in “Interstellar”

This article is the second in an ongoing series, Science at the Cinema, that explores research and researchers portrayed in film. “Interstellar,” the story of a perilous space journey, is a must-see film for its grand visual effects and far out ideas that bend space, time and the filmgoer’s mind. The ...

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Science & Research Roundup: Feb. 3, 2015

Study shows drug use and impulsivity related in prison population A new study by University researchers examines the link between impulsive behavior and drug use in prison inmates. The research team, composed of public health and psychology professors who focus on addiction, recruited 242 adult inmates ...

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