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Happy 2019. Here Are Our Top Stories for 2018.


As we begin 2019, let’s take a look back to the 5 stories on Science & Enterprise that captured the attention of most readers. . . . → Read More: Happy 2019. Here Are Our Top Stories for 2018.

Happy Thanksgiving 2018

Today is our Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S., a day of family gatherings, feasting, football, and trying not to talk politics. . . . → Read More: Happy Thanksgiving 2018

Travel Days

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We’ll be away for a couple of days, at university meetings. . . . → Read More: Travel Days

On the Road Again

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Science & Enterprise is taking off the rest of this week, and will be posting only contributed items during this time. . . . → Read More: On the Road Again

Yom Kippur 5779


We’ll be observing Yom Kippur tomorrow. . . . → Read More: Yom Kippur 5779

Shanah Tovah 5779

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Science and Enterprise is taking off tomorrow, 10 September, to observe Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year. . . . → Read More: Shanah Tovah 5779

Labor Day, 2018

It’s Labor Day in the USA and Labour Day in Canada today, so Science & Enterprise is taking the day off. . . . → Read More: Labor Day, 2018

In Case You Missed It …

A story last week in Science & Enterprise reports on a new NIH grant to the company Peptide Logic in San Diego, developing synthetic peptides that act on pain receptors outside the brain to avoid addiction. . . . → Read More: In Case You Missed It …

In Case You Missed It …

We reported last week on a team at University of Colorado’s medical campus in Denver proposing a way to formulate cancer therapies as oral drugs. . . . → Read More: In Case You Missed It …

In Case You Missed It …

If you want a preview of the impact artificial intelligence can make on our life and work, read our story this past week about a project at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. . . . → Read More: In Case You Missed It …