Adaptive therapy based on Darwin’s evolutionary principles could help fight cancer

Computational models developed by USC researchers show adaptively controlling tumor cell populations to keep them in competition can more effectively treat cancer. Evolutionary theory is at the crux of civilization, from the trees that populate our forests to the animals in our backyards. Little by little, over time, we see species that adapt to the […]

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They Recycle Electronics – And People’s Lives – By Giving Ex-Felons Good Jobs to Imagine a Better World

A San Francisco company on a mission to “re-imagine waste” is now providing meaningful work to ex-convicts, making them partners in building a more sustainable world. Brightmark’s main projects have included an innovative plastics recycling program, and developing “renewable natural gas” from food and agricultural waste. But now, Brightmark has partnered with the social enterprise […]

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