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UNICOM® Systems, Inc. releases System Architect 11.4.9

Major release features unique Roadmap Marker Diagram, sysML, OSLC Global Configurations, and bevy of usability enhancements Mission Hills, CA, October 21, 2021 – UNICOM Systems, Inc., a division of UNICOM Global®, has announced a new major release of its market-leading architecture tool, System Architect® 11.4.9. This release includes introduction of a Roadmap Marker diagram that… Read More »

How Your Microbiome Influences Your Immune System

This article was previously published February 7, 2021, and has been updated with new information. In this interview, Rodney Dietert, Professor Emeritus of immunotoxicology at Cornell University, reviews the interrelationship between your immune system and your gut microbiome. He’s spent several decades researching and teaching students about the immune system. As noted by Dietert, your… Read More »

Radcliffe fellow’s project demystifies health care system

James Sturm has spent his life crafting comics, from a miniseries on the lives of Marvel superheroes to history-themed graphic novels. But following the fraught 2016 presidential election, Sturm turned his attention to a different kind of storyline. “It seemed as if the very idea of democracy was under assault and at that point I… Read More »

Nanodecoys Bind SARS-CoV-2 for Destruction by Immune System

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a nanodecoy system that provides binding sites for the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The vesicles help to prevent the virus from binding to lung cells and lead to its eventual destruction by the immune system. The nanodecoys are derived from lung spheroid cells, and contain the angiotensin-converting enzyme 2… Read More »