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Anne E Deconinck
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Koch Institute at MIT Jan 29
A new report spearheaded by , and Nancy Hopkins asks, "What if MIT's female faculty created companies at the same rate as their male colleagues?" What it found: 40 missing companies.
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The Washington Post Feb 14
Analysis: "Parasite" paints a nightmarish picture of Korean inequality. The reality in America is even worse.
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David Einstein Feb 13
Excited for our prelim results of PLK1 inhibition + abi in mCRPC, a result of ⁦⁩ funded collaboration btwn ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩. Ongoing accrual ⁦⁩ w ⁦ & Phil Saylor⁩.
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Ned Sharpless, MD Feb 13
Great piece in by Laureate Bill Kaelin of on the need for support for basic research. (Ignore the misleading headline and read the whole thing.)
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Greta Thunberg Feb 12
EU has voted yes to spending €29 billion on 32 major gas infrastructure projects that “will lock Europe into burning fossil fuels for generations.” So much for declaring a “climate emergency”....
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Anne E Deconinck Feb 13
A wonderful gift for every employee. Great keepsake, and proof of lots of team work & effort to become a clinical stage company in less than 4 years - and hopefully getting much needed drugs to many more patients soon
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NPR Feb 10
65°F That's the temperature that scientists reported on the Antarctic Peninsula on Thursday. If verified by the World Meteorological Organization, it would be the continent's hottest day on record.
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Linnea Olson Feb 7
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Anne E Deconinck Feb 8
Thanks CEO Bill Haney for another awesome company outing. All the kids probably had the most fun. What a day!
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Jim Allison: Breakthrough Feb 5
"James P. Allison believed that unleashing the immune system was a way to beat cancer when almost no one else did. A Nobel Prize and a growing list of cancer survivors vindicate him." Read more at :
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Dragonfly Tx Feb 8
Wonderful piece in Time magazine about Jim Allison, Immunologist, Nobel laureate & 'father' of immunotherapy, Dragonfly SAB member and our hero in . via
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Anne E Deconinck Feb 8
We're ready to move into our new space! is expanding upwards, and onwards (and hiring!). in Waltham
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Linnea Olson Feb 3
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Anne E Deconinck Feb 2
Singing for joy and service Such an inspring story; a UROP in the ’s Hemann Lab.
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Linnea Olson Feb 2
And this is why I call it a battle
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NPR Feb 1
If you live in the U.S, your risk of contracting the new coronavirus identified in China is exceedingly low. But the flu is another story — it's very active, and more than 8,000 people have died from it this season in the U.S.
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Anirban Maitra Jan 31
A review on neoadjuvant checkpoint inhibitor trials in by Suzanne Topalian, Janis Taube, in . Tissue is the issue! And these trials provide that material.
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Ed Markey Jan 27
The Coronavirus is not the first, and will not be the last, biothreat the U.S. faces. I’m calling for the appointment of a global health chief - a position established by President Obama in response to the Ebola crisis then eliminated by President Trump - to address the threat.
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Robert Urban Jan 24
The vicissitude of altitude... .
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Anne E Deconinck Jan 20
I keep thinking about this morning’s annual MLK celebration and the inspiring, heartwarming, reassuringly kind remarks by our fabulous Mayor. Thank you . Much needed!
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