22 articles with Auburn University
A bird can migrate hundreds of miles in a day unimpeded, but an average human can run for just 30 minutes and feel exhausted.
Auburn University nutrition researchers investigate promising keys to unlocking the mysteries of Alzheimer's disease
Alzheimer's disease affects millions of lives around the world every year according to the 2018 World Alzheimer's Report, but both the cause and cure to the disease remain a mystery to the medical field.
Auburn University's One Health program prepares professionals to take on growing environmental health threats
Health-related interactions among people, animals and the environment have a profound influence on disease risk, transmission and prediction efforts.
Milestone marks the first patient with GM1 gangliosidosis treated with gene therapy
Auburn University senior, who lost her brother to a rare genetic disease, is on a mission for a cure
When Auburn University senior Cassie Bebout was 6 years old, her 9-year-old brother Jake died from GM1, a rare genetic disease with no cure.
Working with a $4 million grant from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Auburn University researchers are addressing the gaps between knowledge and practice in the production and distribution of local and regional foods, with the ultimate goal of ensuring a more secure food chain.
Auburn researchers suspect additional rules for player safety could decrease college football fandom
News of traumatic brain injuries and suicides among professional and college football players has made many question the violent nature of the game.
Auburn University researchers have discovered that soldiers who consume two protein shakes per day gain more lean muscle mass, lose more fat mass, perform more push-ups and improve their 2-mile run time.
What would you say if you were told a preventative measure to being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or dementia is sitting in your kitchen pantry? According to Auburn University Harrison School of Pharmacy researcher Dr. Amal Kaddoumi, that could certainly be the case.
New Drug-eluting Contact Lens to Provide Timed Drug Delivery Directly to Eye; Improving Recovery, Reducing Cost for Millions after Eye Surgery and LASIK
Therapeutic soft lens designed to deliver pain and anti-infection drugs more evenly over time - replacing messy, less effective drops
Auburn University, Autodesk And Gen9 Collaborate To Create Longest Synthetic Virus For Cancer Research
Nuovo Biologics, LLC. Announces Academic-Biotech Collaboration With Auburn University's Research Initiative In Cancer
Lysogene, University of Massachusetts Medical School And Auburn University Announce Collaboration Agreement
Brain Scans May Aid in Diagnosis of Autism, University of Alabama at Birmingham and Auburn University Study
Biosensor That Detects Antibiotic Resistance Brings Us One Step Closer to Fighting Superbugs, Auburn University Study