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COSAM alumna develops healthy nail care line

08/19/2014

Dr. Cary Gannon, a 1999 biomedical sciences graduate and board certified podiatrist, has developed a line of healthy, carcinogen-free nail care products that allows women to enjoy manicures and pedicures while nourishing their skin and nails.

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NSF Grant for Shannon

08/18/2014

Professor Curtis Shannon, in collaboration with M. Russell, J. Russell, M. Escobar and O. Fasina, has been awarded a 3.5-year grant by the National Science Foundation for a proposal entitled “Collaborative Research: The Tuskegee Alliance to Develop, Implement and Study a Virtual Graduate Education Model for Underrepresented Minorities in STEM”. This research will be performed in collaboration with Tuskegee University and Alabama State University.

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Auburn researchers make breakthrough discovery about evolution of spiders and their webs

08/14/2014

AUBURN UNIVERSITY – A group of Auburn researchers has published a study that could overturn some long-held paradigms regarding spider web evolution.

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PASS Mentoring Program needs Mentors

08/11/2014

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Auburn scientists design leading therapeutic drug in fight against Ebola virus

08/07/2014

AUBURN UNIVERSITY—An Auburn University research team has produced a new drug candidate that could one day slow or even stop the deadly Ebola virus. The discovery will be published in an upcoming issue of the journal Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry.

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Research led by Stewart Schneller on Ebola virus featured on Fox News

08/07/2014

Excerpt from story on Fox News website: The Ebola virus is able to turn off the body's natural immune response. But researchers at Auburn University believe they've developed an "on-switch." Auburn chemistry professor Stewart Schneller is leading the study. The Auburn team is working in conjunction with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and plans to publish details of its findings later this month in the journal Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry.

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Clamping down on crocs in Costa Rica

08/05/2014

An Auburn graduate student and former "Gator Boy" who wrestled with alligators in Eufaula continues his research in Costa Rica; this time, with crocodiles.

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Adventures of 'AU in Swaziland'

08/04/2014

An Auburn graduate student and former "Gator Boy" who wrestled with alligators in Eufaula continues his research in Costa Rica; this time, with crocodiles.

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