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Tips For Creating Organizational Structure

When you hear the word “Matrix” you either 1) think of Morpheus and Neo or 2) cringe at the bureaucracy caused by your company’s matrix management structure. And while nothing

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New combination therapy could help fight difficult-to-treat cancers with common mutations

Scientists have long known that therapies that target the cancer-driving MAPK pathway are only effective in a handful of cancers with specific mutations in a cancer gene called BRAF, and

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Researchers discover clue to how to protect neurons and encourage their growth

Many neurodegenerative conditions, from glaucoma to Alzheimer’s disease, are characterized by injury to axons—the long, slender projections that conduct electrical impulses from one nerve cell to another, facilitating cellular communications.

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Hunger study predicts 168,000 pandemic-linked child deaths

Economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has set back decades of progress against the most severe forms of malnutrition and is likely to kill 168,000 children before any global recovery

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Czechs reimpose overnight curfew, close pubs for Christmas

The Czech government said Monday it would reimpose an overnight curfew and close restaurants and bars across the country for Christmas as there has been no let-up in its COVID-19

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Dallas Heart Study yields new insights about depression

Recently published UT Southwestern research reveals new insights about risk factors for depression based on data from a landmark longitudinal study focused on heart disease. One study, published in the

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Irrelevant information interferes with making decisions, new research reveals

Especially during the holidays, online shopping can be overwhelming. Have you ever found yourself spending hours comparing nearly identical products, delving into details that don’t actually matter to you? Have

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The uncharted molecular language of the brain

Neurons are responsible for receiving information from the outside world and conveying this information to the rest of our body. To work correctly, they need to communicate, which they do

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