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COVID-19 Community Impact: Policy Reformation [Healthcare Worker Stories]

The Committee on Ways and Means is the oldest committee of the United States Congress, and is the chief tax-writing committee in the House of Representatives. The Committee derives a large share of its jurisdiction from Article I, Section VII of the U.S. Constitution which declares, “All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the […]

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  • Making Microprotein Discoveries With Alan Saghatelian November 29, 2023
    Alan Saghatelian, Ph.D., has shown that microproteins, which were previously thought to be too short to have functions, play roles in vital processes.
    Chrissa Chverchko
  • What Is Antibiotic Resistance? November 22, 2023
    More and more bacteria are developing the ability to fend off antibiotics. Learn how they do this and how you can help prevent it.
    Chrissa Chverchko
  • Curiosity-Driven Science: Q&A With Saad Bhamla November 15, 2023
    Saad Bhamla, Ph.D., describes himself as a curiosity-driven biophysicist. He explores topics like how insects pee and creates frugal technology.
    Chrissa Chverchko
  • Quiz: Do You Know Pharmacology Facts? November 13, 2023
    Learn about areas of pharmacology NIGMS-funded researchers study and put your pharmacology facts to the test in this quiz.
    Chrissa Chverchko
  • Spotlighting SEPA for National STEM Day November 8, 2023
    For National STEM Day 2023, we’re looking back at Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) projects and resources we’ve recently featured.
    Chrissa Chverchko
  • Why Do Cells Die? November 1, 2023
    Cells throughout the body age and die as a part of their normal life cycle. This process is important for keeping our bodies healthy.
    Chrissa Chverchko
  • Understanding RNA-Modifying Enzymes: Q&A With Jeffrey Mugridge October 25, 2023
    Jeffrey Mugridge, Ph.D., studies enzymes that add or remove modifications on RNA molecules to change their stability or shape
    Chrissa Chverchko
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