• JAN 28, 2020
    Neuroscience
    JAN 28, 2020
    Gut Bacteria Influences Behavior in Young Children
    Research now suggests that the presence of different gut bacteria may significantly impact children’s behavior, causing some to act out, and some to...
  • JAN 28, 2020
    Immunology
    JAN 28, 2020
    Infectious Parasite Manipulates the Immune System to Survive
    Toxoplasma gondii suppresses the immune system of the hosts it infects – human or otherwise – just enough to survive, thrive, and move on to mo...
  • JAN 28, 2020
    Plants & Animals
    JAN 28, 2020
    A Slug Does All it Can to Defend Against Hungry Ants
    Slugs are slow, and this makes them easy targets for predators however big or small they might be. Here, we see that a slug has been spotted by a hungry co...
  • JAN 28, 2020
    Cell & Molecular Biology
    JAN 28, 2020
    A Rare Genetic Disorder is Effectively Treated With Modified Stem Cells
    A clinical trial used stem cell gene therapy to treat a rare genetic disorder called X-CGD. Image credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Medicine...
  • JAN 28, 2020
    Space & Astronomy
    JAN 28, 2020
    An Ambitious New Mission to Explore the Sun's Poles
    A plethora of spacecraft have photographed the Sun, but every one of those photographs has been snapped from the rather limited perspective of the Sun&rsqu...
  • JAN 28, 2020
    Technology
    JAN 28, 2020
    Portable device analyzes microbes in the environment
    Aquatic microbes often serve as challenge to study, after all, they are too tiny to detect. But, what if there was a device that can swiftly analyze aquati...
  • JAN 26, 2020
    Technology
    JAN 26, 2020
    Tumor-Highlighting Technology--Lights up Cells!
    At the 56th Annual Meeting of The Society of Thoracic Surgeons, researchers announced the groundbreaking technology that can help enhance the visualization...