Synergistic anticancer therapy with two cell killer agent systems in one nanocapsule

In their quest to destroy cancer cells, researchers are turning to combinational therapies more and more. Scientists from Germany and China have now combined a chemotherapeutic and photodynamic approach. All agents are encapsulated in nanocapsules with a protein shell to be delivered to the tumor. There, light irradiation triggers a cascade of events, which lead […]

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Facebook will test shopping from Reels later this year

Instagram only widely launched its TikTok competitor Reels in August, and it’s already looking to monetize the format. The company announced today that it’ll start testing shopping within Reels later this year and will also start making shoppable IGTV videos global starting today. Eventually, these IGTV videos will also be available through Instagram Shop, a […]

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Study finds that unit cohesion may mitigate mental health issues from combat exposure

Concerns around the mental health of returning service members—particularly those with combat exposure—continues to dominate discussion amongst military and medical professionals. A range of mental health issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and suicidal ideation, commonly surface in service members post-deployment. Honoring the service members who protect us, then, involves actively seeking to mitigate […]

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Students Sign Off Each Virtual Class By Saying ‘I Love You’ To Professor

A professor at Florida State University has been teaching ancient mythology via Zoom to 180 students. After one student said “I love you” before signing off one day, Professor Branscome replied: “I love you, too.” Now, his students sign-off each virtual class by saying “I love you.” Branscome told Insider that many students signed off […]

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