Deshaun Watson refuses to answer non-football questions as NFL return approaches

Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson refused to address non-football questions on Thursday in his first comments since returning from an 11-game NFL suspension over sexual misconduct allegations. Speaking to the media for the first time since August, Watson declined to discuss his suspension or the reasons behind it. He has been accused by more than […]

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Better than a hole in the head: Modernizing intracranial pressure sensing methods

Just as blood pressure informs heart health, intracranial pressure (ICP) helps indicate brain health. ICP sensing is the burgeoning focus of Jana Kainerstorfer’s biomedical optics lab at Carnegie Mellon University. Her team is working to modernize ICP sensing approaches, which historically have been invasive and risky. Their noninvasive alternatives will ease risk of infection, pain […]

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Designer immune cells for drug discovery, potency and safety testing

To prevent testing on animals and create even more precise ways of testing therapeutics, the pharmaceutical industry is increasingly turning to human immune cells. However, the availability of cells like these has been limited to date. Now, Fraunhofer researchers have succeeded in scaling the production of customized immune cells from laboratory up to industrial level. […]

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Sifu getting live-action movie adaptation from John Wick writer

Sifu, the acclaimed martial arts adventure from Absolver developer Sloclap, is being turned into live-action movie by John Wick writer Derek Kolstad. That’s according to Deadline, which suggests the movie will retain the same basic kung-fu-infused revenge plot as Sloclap’s video game, complete with the twist that its protagonist gets steadily older each time they’re […]

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