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professor of medicine
UMass Chang Medical College
“The standard flu vaccine has made an impact, but we’ve known for years that we could do better. This is an opportunity. I think this is a really big step forward.” Dr Wang said.
As flu season approaches, researchers at UMass Chan Medical School Jennifer Wang, MD, Professor of Medicine, is leading local participation in research to test a new class of influenza vaccines based on modified RNA, or modRNA. Dr. Wang can talk about his research as UMass Chan’s principal investigator and the current status of his flu season.
Media Contact: Sarah Willie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctor David Bell
Director and Associate Dean of Academic Programs
of Western Governors University Faculty of Education
“There are many ways to teach STEM principles across different subjects and grade levels. Evolution of the country, technological development, economy, climate, all these topics can easily translate into building STEM skills at the same time. Read and write, and that includes thinking about engineering and computer science: STEM educators need to teach and inspire, and students need to solve unrealized problems. , we need them to go through different roles and careers.”
STEM integration across subjects
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Our planet is in trouble. Unless we make fundamental changes to both our lives and our impact on greenhouse gases, we are headed towards the end of humanity. We know that tackling anthropogenic methane emissions is one of the most important global goals to achieve by 2030 in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. I’m here. This is partly because methane has such a large impact on the climate in the short term that methane emissions have increased dramatically and the last seven years have been warmest on record.
The severity of the different types of GHG impacts – that methane is the only viable solution to save humanity. Livestock and intestinal methane issues. Responsible stewardship of the planet. Today’s solutions to reduce GHG while other technologies are waiting to catch up.
Media Contact: Charlene Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org
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