• FEB 23, 2020
    Cell & Molecular Biology
    FEB 23, 2020
    A New Class of Bacterial Enzymes is Discovered
    Bacterial enzymes can serve many processes, from breaking down pollutants and digesting foods to metabolizing drugs....
  • FEB 23, 2020
    Microbiology
    FEB 23, 2020
    COVID-19 Cases Rise Around the World
    The world may be in the early stages of a pandemic, as the coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2 spreads around the world, causing an illness called COVID-19....
  • FEB 22, 2020
    Genetics & Genomics
    FEB 22, 2020
    Evidence of Resistance to White-Nose Syndrome Appears in Some Bats
    A small new study suggests that some bats might be able to resist a devastating fungal disease called white nose syndrome that has destroyed many bat populations....
  • FEB 23, 2020
    Space & Astronomy
    FEB 23, 2020
    InSight Will Attempt to Push Down on its Mole Instrument
    NASA’s sent its Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) mission to Mars so that it could deploy a sui...
  • FEB 23, 2020
    Genetics & Genomics
    FEB 23, 2020
    Revealing More About the Genetic Mechanisms Underlying Down Syndrome
    Down syndrome impacts around 6,000 live births in the US every year. Around 95% of affected individuals have a type called trisomy 21....
  • FEB 23, 2020
    Plants & Animals
    FEB 23, 2020
    These Sharks Stay Warm on Deep Dives, But How?
    It’s no secret that ocean waters become substantially colder as you venture further beneath the surface; this is because the Sun’s rays can onl...
  • FEB 23, 2020
    Space & Astronomy
    FEB 23, 2020
    NASA Resolves a Minor Hiccup with Voyager 2 Spacecraft's Performance
    After spending more than four decades in outer space, NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft officially left the heliosphere and entered interstellar space in D...
  • FEB 23, 2020
    Plants & Animals
    FEB 23, 2020
    When a Young Chick Fails to Fly, it Must Fight for its Life
    Young Guillemot chicks are eventually pushed from the safety of their rocky ledges when their parental units believe they’re big enough to fly for th...