It lives in the lining of blood vessels and is transmitted to people mostly by fleas or ticks or lice, causing an array of diseases in both humans and animals.
A faster and non-invasive way to identify dementia in senior citizens just might come out of Goldsboro, North Carolina through a collaboration between ECU researchers.
Scientists have long known that a protein called TDP-43 clumps together in brain cells of people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, and is associated with
Explaining the excitement of chasing an extreme thunderstorm across the Great Plains is a bit like trying to explain chocolate ice cream.
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Fayetteville State University (FSU) enters into a research partnership agreement with the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL).
Continuing its advancement as a growing research institution, F
When High Tech Bionics Merge with the Human Side of Science in Order to Meet Individual Needs
When lower limb amputees are fitted with a powered prosthesis, a technician sets the device’s p
ECU research could help patients with vascular disease avoid limb loss
An East Carolina University researcher is making great strides toward helping patients with vascular disease avoid lim