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Wake Forest researchers have developed a low-cost, versatile method for making organic thin-film transistors which shows promise for use in the electronics industry.
Wake Forest scientists work to perfect a better and safer vaccine against whooping cough amid outbreak of cases in the United States and worldwide.
Dr. Lance Miller's research into how the immune system affects tumors could improve treatment options for triple negative breast cancer patients.
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Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine, located in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, will take the lead in phase two of a $75 million government initiative to develop life-changing regenerative medicine-based treatments for wounded warriors. The institute will lead a consortium of more than 30 research institutions as part of phase two of the Armed Forces continue reading
Dipen Vyas is a good example of the kind of student the annual Biotechnology Conference and Case Competition aims to engage. Last year, as a fourth-year PhD student in the Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Department of Physiology & Pharmacology, Vyas was a member of Wake Forest University’s team in the competition, a national event continue reading