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    Haunted Blood Drive, 2019

    Haunted Blood Drive, 2019

    10.17.2018 | Photo by Heide Couch
    U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Adam Stainiger, 60th Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron, wears a panda mask as he donates blood, Oct. 17, 2018,...

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    What is HPRC-ONLINE?

    What is HPRC-ONLINE?

    06.15.2022 | Video by Ayanna Shivers
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    USU Researchers Use Therapeutic Peptides to Develop...

    01.18.2023 | Story by Vivian Mason
    Our skin acts as a protective barrier against the external environment to prevent infections and fluid losses. Thus, preserving skin integrity is an essential requirement to staying healthy. When large regions of skin are damaged by burns or lost by trauma, there is a need to cover the wounded area. This can be accomplished by using split-thickness skin grafts or a variety of skin substitutes. These are life-saving interventions, but advances...

    USU Alumnus Leads ‘Disease X’, Deadly Emerging...

    01.05.2023 | Story by Sharon Holland
    Nearly eight years ago, at the request of its members, the World Health Organization (WHO) developed a research and development plan to prevent epidemics. The WHO hoped to get well ahead of public health emergencies caused by disease outbreaks by reducing the amount of time between discovery and identification of the outbreak and the approval for vaccines or treatments. An advisory group identified a list of about 10 emerging infectious...

    How Does Cosmic Radiation Affect the Brain? One USU...

    01.03.2023 | Story by Ian Neligh
    Since astronaut Alan Shepard’s sub-orbital flight 61 years ago, historic developments in NASA’s exploration of space have included everything from the Apollo program to the James Webb Space Telescope. NASA is now planning on a human mission to Mars by late 2030 or early 2040 — but before any long-term space flight missions can occur, research must be conducted into how humans will respond to prolonged exposure to cosmic radiation.