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Simone Biles is taking her bronze Olympic medal home to Texas — and what a home. The 24-year-old gymnast purchased an almost 4,000-square-foot home north of Houston, Texas last year, the Houston Chronicle reported in July 2020 when the Summer Olympics were originally scheduled. The home has four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms, according to property records,
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Could this mean John Travolta’s days as a devout member of the ever-controversial Church of Scientology are behind him? The two-time Oscar nominee has sold his mansion near the church’s headquarters in Florida for $4 million. Located only a mile from the Scientology headquarters in Clearwater, the sale comes a little over a year after his wife Kelly
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Translate Bio CEO Ronald C. Renaud Jr. discusses his company, its mRNA platform, and its partnership with Sanofi in COVID-19 and other diseases as a guest in September 2020 on “GEN Live,” GEN’s monthly live-streaming video discussion series. Sanofi is acquiring its COVID-19 vaccine collaboration partner Translate Bio for approximately $3.2 billion, the companies said
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A U.K.-based consortium consisting of BiologIC Technologies, Biopharm Services, CPI, Pall, and SCIEX launched a project to develop automated manufacturing controls for use in the manufacture of biologics. The project, worth a total of £3.1million, including equipment contributions, has received support from Innovate UK to platform this advanced technology. While the accelerated development and scale-up
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Ovarian cancer is a group of diseases that originates in the ovaries, or in the related areas of the fallopian tubes and the peritoneum. It is the second most common gynecologic cancer in the United States. The most common tumor type is high-grade serous carcinoma, occurring in about 70% of ovarian cancer cases. UT Southwestern
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Source: Photo by thom masat on Unsplash Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), have devised a two-drug therapeutic approach for alcohol use disorder (AUD), which studies in mice suggest doesn’t have the side effects or complications associated with current treatment regimens, and which could feasibly be applicable to other drugs that are
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There’s one born every minute. A massive, 35-foot-wide, 12,321-square-foot Upper East Side building that reportedly once housed stars including Grace Kelly and her husband, Prince Rainier III of Monaco, as well as singer Harry Belafonte, Vice President Nelson Rockefeller and even George Soros, sold last Thursday in a foreclosure auction. That’s a lot of house
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Editor’s Note: With so much market volatility, stay on top of daily news! Get caught up in minutes with our speedy summary of today’s must-read news and expert opinions. Sign up here! (Kitco News) – China’s H1 gold output dropped 10.18% to 152.75 tonnes, as production was affected by safety inspections following some coal mine accidents, the China
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After skin cancer, the most common cancer in men is prostate cancer. Although often successfully treated, some prostate cancers remain recalcitrant. Now, a team at the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center has uncovered that targeting the lipid kinase PIKfyve may be an effective treatment strategy alone—or in combination with immunotherapies—against the most challenging type
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If you haven’t started already, it’s time to start preparing for back to school! This time of the year always manages to creep up on us, how about you? Which is why we’re delving into our vast content library to provide you with a little back to school quilting inspiration. If you’re looking to make
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The FDA on Friday expanded the emergency use authorization (EUA) it granted in November to Regeneron Pharmaceuticals for its two-antibody “cocktail” REGEN-COV™ (casirivimab and imdevimab) to allow its use in patients seeking protection from COVID-19 following exposure to someone infected with SARS-CoV-2. The expanded EUA also authorizes REGEN-COV for people deemed at high risk of
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Hearing loss is one of the most common disabilities in the United States. It can be caused by the effects of aging, genetic mutations, environmental stress, or exposure to drugs such as platinum-based chemotherapy drugs. Researchers have been focusing their attention on several pathways with implications in development and regeneration. Now, researchers from the USC
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Gold’s trend finally reversed to long and promptly got hammered on Friday. The $16.00 drop is no big deal in the big scheme but painful just the same. As expected, volume is pathetic. In other words, there is a lack of interest in markets in general. Silver has no interest now; the trading range is
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Biologists at the Washington University in St. Louis are using comparative metabologenomics to try to uncover what may be “silencing” Streptomyces (the bacteria responsible for the first bacterial antibiotics to treat tuberculosis back in the 1940s) and preventing it from producing desirable compounds encoded by its genes. “We examined genetic differences across the genomes of Streptomyces while at
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The owners of Condé Nast went eyeball-to-eyeball with their landlord at One World Trade Center — and the powerful magazine publishers blinked. Advance Publications honchos Steven Newhouse and Donald Newhouse lost a fierce tug of war with real estate mogul Douglas Durst — and have paid nearly $10 million for four months’ back rent at
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[embedded content] Gold surprised many investors this week, rising to a strong resistance point of $1,830 an ounce following the Federal Reserve’s interest rate announcement. Here’s a look at Kitco’s top three stories: 3. Gold price jumps back above $1,800 as Fed’s Powell says the U.S. is ways away from ‘substantial further progress’ 2. U.S. Q2 GDP
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