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West Virginia University researcher Ivan Martinez is investigating how RNA—a diverse class of molecules that includes those in the COVID-19 vaccine—can influence lung cancer’s response to radiation therapy. In a new study, he found that an abundance of one type of RNA was associated with better radiation sensitivity.
All faculty are invited to attend the WVU Health Sciences Center Faculty Development Program Faculty Engagement Event "Thriving & Progressing at WVU" on Friday, March 26, 2021, at noon via the Zoom platform.
Alan Ducatman explains why the market for fluoropolymers, a subset of PFAS that help equipment deliver data in 5G’s millimeter radio wave frequency, is about to expand.