Two Werner H. Kirsten Student Interns were recently named Top Scholars in the 2017 Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s most prestigious science and math competition for high school students.
A study of cervical cancer tumors has revealed a mutation in one third of those tumors, suggesting a new approach in drug production for cervical cancer.
A collaborative study conducted at the Frederick National Lab and published in Cancer Research has provided new insight as to why elevated estrogen levels are associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.
May will soon be here, ushering in the season of cookouts, sunny days—and the annual Frederick Running Festival. Organized by Corrigan Sports Enterprises, the two-day event gives athletes of all backgrounds chances for exercise and friendly competition against their fellow community members.
An unpredictable winter has finally given way to spring, and as the trees and shrubs come into bloom, the Spring Research Festival is now just over a month away.