Biology

According to the World Malaria Report, there were 214 million cases of malaria globally in 2015 and 438,000 deaths from the disease.
by University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
1:34pm
11.21.2017
This research will influence the international debate on how natural ecosystems respond to human impacts.
by Monash University
7:55am
11.17.2017
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Microbes living in your gut may help protect against the effects of a high-salt diet.
by MIT
1:14pm
11.16.2017
Previous studies had focused for the most part only on individual cell types, or they used tissue from diseased hearts.
by Technical University of Munich
8:57am
11.15.2017
UCR researchers are generating genetically engineered insects to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.
by University Of California – Riverside
2:57pm
11.14.2017
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Early work in the field has focused on the formation of fruit fly eyes in the wrong place, such as on the wing or leg.
by Indiana University
9:58am
11.14.2017
For the first time ever researchers are able to control single neurons in the brain using optogentics.
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4:13pm
11.13.2017
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Neurologists have long suspected that a component of the ascending arousal system could be found in the caudal hypothalamus.
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3:00pm
11.10.2017
Researchers have found a peptide in mice that could pave the way for the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease for humans.
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9:54am
11.10.2017
The discovery could lead to new therapies that help people age better without experiencing some of the degenerative effects of getting old.
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3:33pm
11.7.2017
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A team of biologists believe they have created the first ever example of hydrogels inside of living cells.
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3:18pm
11.6.2017
This could have implications for spinal cord treatment in humans.
by University Of Guelph
9:57am
11.3.2017
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A new program predicts cancer drug effectiveness via machine learning and raw genetic data.
by Georgia Institute of Technology
2:27pm
10.30.2017
The bacteria used in the experiment were Caulobacter crescentus, a bacterium commonly used in lab experiments.
by Indiana University
2:20pm
10.26.2017
The ability to recognize individual animals is key to wildlife research.
by USDA Forest Service - Northern Research Station
3:17pm
10.24.2017
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The nanoparticles heat up to a temperature high enough to kill cancerous cells, then self-regulate, and lose the heat before they harm healthy tissue.
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10:14am
10.24.2017
Neuroscientists have long believed that memories of events are stored when synaptic connections are strengthened.
by MIT
9:09am
10.24.2017
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A diet full of junk food isn’t the only thing that can have a negative impact on the digestive system.
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9:31am
10.17.2017
Regenerative engineering is a new field to develop tools that enable the reconstruction of complex tissues and organs.
by Guillermo Ameer, Sc.D., Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Surgery Director, Center for Advanced Regenerative Engineering, Northwestern University
1:00pm
10.16.2017
Scientists have found a new mechanism that sheds light on the breakdown of communication between neurons in Alzheimer's disease.
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10:19am
10.13.2017
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Bacteria with synthetic gene circuit self-assemble to build working device with gold nanoparticles.
by Duke University
1:07pm
10.10.2017
Fusion genes are commonly found in patients with leukaemia and soft tissue cancers, and are of great value in terms of diagnosis and treatment.
by Lund University
10:33am
10.5.2017
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Virologists identify a mutation that may help pathogen enter the brain.
by University Of Nebraska-Lincoln
7:30am
10.5.2017
Researchers have discovered that muscles contain a circadian clock, which makes it possible for the body to coordinate with the day-night cycle.
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10:09am
10.2.2017
The neuronal damage starts well before the individual begins to gain weight, but can be reversed early in the process.
by São Paulo Research Foundation
2:32pm
9.27.2017
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Scientists have discovered that a protein called Tim-1 plays a key role in the development of the cytokine storm seen in the last stages of Ebola infection.
by American Society for Microbiology
12:10pm
9.26.2017
Research by James Godwin, Ph.D., shows heart regeneration in salamanders depends on white blood cells.
by Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory
8:00am
9.22.2017
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Conformational changes within protein domains suggest mutations to make hyper-accurate Cas9s.
by University Of California - Berkeley
10:17am
9.21.2017
New treatments have emerged to temporarily prevent stem cells from dying during hematopoietic stem cell (HSCs) transplants.
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10:16am
9.20.2017
Researchers at Houston Methodist have discovered a critical target for the development of a potential Group A Streptococcus vaccine or antibiotic to combat it.
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9:56am
9.19.2017
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