Gorilla Poop May Help Track Ebola
Oct06

Gorilla Poop May Help Track Ebola

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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Blood of survivors being considered for Ebola treatment
Aug20

Blood of survivors being considered for Ebola treatment

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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Nasal swab detects fatal brain disease
Aug14

Nasal swab detects fatal brain disease

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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Scientists restore insulin response in diabetic mice
Jul29

Scientists restore insulin response in diabetic mice

About Nicole Drum

Nicole Drum is a writer presently living in the Midwest. Pathologically curious she is interested in a variety of subjects and issues with a special fondness for the intersection of technology and humanity. When she isn't working on her first novel she can be found being irreverent on Twitter, Google +, and on her blog, Not Magazine Ready.

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