A summary of recent discoveries advancing the understanding and treatment of hemophilia

A summary of recent discoveries advancing the understanding and treatment of hemophilia Transfusion Blood Wednesday, April 17, 2024 Dr. Travis Sztainert Hemophilia is a rare bleeding disorder that undermines blood's regular clotting mechanism. There are two types of hemophilia, known as hemophilia A and hemophilia B, which are caused by a shortage or lack of...

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Blood Efficiency Accelerator Award Program helping team establish national best practices for out-of-hospital transfusions

Blood Efficiency Accelerator Award Program helping team establish national best practices for out-of-hospital transfusions Organs and Tissues Plasma Stem Cells Transfusion Blood Tuesday, April 09, 2024 Abby Wolfe Canadian Blood Services has multiple competitive funding programs open to Canadian researchers that pursue projects related to our research priorities. Since 2017, Canadian Blood Services’ Blood Efficiency...

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Trois choses à savoir : pourquoi retarder le nettoyage du jardin au printemps favorise la biodiversité, comment les supernovæ intègrent les dates anciennes dans les cernes des arbres et pourquoi une lune énigmatique de Jupiter pourrait abriter de la vie.

Voici Renée-Claude Goulet, Michelle Campbell Mekarski et Cassandra Marion. Ces conseillères scientifiques d’Ingenium fournissent des conseils éclairés sur des sujets importants pour le Musée de l

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3 things you should know about why delaying spring garden cleanup boosts biodiversity, how supernovas embed ancient human history dates in tree rings, and why Jupiter’s moon Europa may support life

Meet Renée-Claude Goulet, Michelle Campbell Mekarski, and Cassandra Marion. They are Ingenium’s science advisors, providing expert scientific advice on key subjects relating to the Canada Agriculture

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A Little Late Cretaceous Monster from the Banks of the Wapiti

By Corwin Sullivan, University of Alberta and Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum Huge dinosaurs like Pachyrhinosaurus and Edmontosaurus roamed the Grande Prairie area about 70 million years ago, but such heavyweights never had the Cretaceous world to themselves. There were plenty of smaller dinosaurs around, like the little carnivore Boreonykus, and dinosaurs were only one...

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Pushing the boundaries of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation: Insights from cutting-edge pre-clinical research

Pushing the boundaries of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation: Insights from cutting-edge pre-clinical research Transplantation Stem Cells Blood Thursday, March 28, 2024 Tanvir Hasan This blog was written by Tanvir Hasan, a senior research assistant in the lab of Canadian Blood Services research scientist, Dr. Hari Maganti, with collaboration from Ajay Ratan Pasala (PhD candidate) and...

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