• MAR 26, 2019
    Space & Astronomy
    MAR 26, 2019
    NASA's Plan for First All-Female Spacewalk Cancelled Over Space Suit Fitment
    The International Space Station has been bustling with a full crew ever since expedition 59-60 first arrived at the Earth-orbiting space lab just under two...
  • MAR 26, 2019
    Cell & Molecular Biology
    MAR 26, 2019
    Growing Bacon on Grass
    University of Bath researchers are working on engineering animal tissue so they can produce artificial meat products....
  • MAR 26, 2019
    Microbiology
    MAR 26, 2019
    Bacteria and an Immune Molecule Influence Preterm Birth
    Babies that are born before 37 weeks of gestation are considered premature. About one in ten babies in the United States are at risk....
  • MAR 26, 2019
    Genetics & Genomics
    MAR 26, 2019
    Using Gene Networks to Get Closer to Personalized Medicine
    Genetic sequencing technologies have been getting better and cheaper, and all of this knowledge has opened many doors....
  • MAR 26, 2019
    Videos
    MAR 26, 2019
    Measles Outbreak Continues
    Vaccine hesitancy is consider to be a major threat to public health, even though studies have shown that vaccines are not dangerous....
  • MAR 26, 2019
    Plants & Animals
    MAR 26, 2019
    This Lizard Can Stay Underwater for 16 Minutes or More by 'Scuba Diving'
    When you’re a small critter like the water anole (Anolis aquaticus), what better way to evade scary land predators than to spend extended periods und...
  • MAR 26, 2019
    Genetics & Genomics
    MAR 26, 2019
    Utilizing CRISPR Technology for Digital Detection of Genetic Material
    Graphene has long been known for its semiconductor capabilities and now it's being put to work in biosensors. Kiana Aran, Ph.D., Co-Founder of Nanosens, Assistant Professor of Biomedical...