Nara Yoon, PhD, assistant professor of mathematics and computer science, is doing important studies on the development of therapy resistance in advanced cancers. In a paper published in the journal Nature Communications, she describes how her computer mathematical models, in parallel with collaborators' molecular biology research, are revealing that resistance to targeted therapies develops gradually, in a series of adaptations to specific characteristics of the therapies.
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As society inches toward greater equality for women and sexual minorities, psychologists continue to report links between prejudices against these groups and religion.
More than 252 million of the world's entrepreneurs are women, according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor's (GEM) 2018/2019 Women's Entrepreneurship Report. Perhaps inspired by these women who have taken on the business world, an average of almost 18 percent of women globally said they too aspired to start a new business within the next three years.
Carson Fox, MFA, professor of visual arts, has completed a commissioned installation of public art in the new Charles Library at Temple University in Philadelphia. “Blue Ombre” fills a soaring arched wall with thousands of handcrafted, unique flowers in shades of blue for a spectacular effect. When Carson Fox, MFA, professor of visual arts at Adelphi…
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