Biology

Researchers have developed a new method of reducing pain-associated behaviors with RNA-based medicine.
by University of Texas at Dallas
7:00am
1.17.2018
Researchers have developed an ultrasound-based system that can remotely control genetic processes in live immune T cells so they can recognize and kill cancer.
by University of California - San Diego
8:30am
1.16.2018
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A fish with the ability to recover from spinal cord injuries may lead to breakthrough research regarding how humans can recovery from similar injuries.
10:43am
1.15.2018
Researchers have discovered a previously unknown warning system that contributes to the body's immune system.
by Linköping University
7:30am
1.15.2018
Scientists have developed a new technique to map electrical circuits in the brain far more comprehensively than ever before.
by The Francis Crick Institute
7:00am
1.15.2018
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UC biology professor Bruce Jayne's snake research could advance robotics to move through narrow tunnels after a disaster.
by University of Cincinnati
1:39pm
1.12.2018
Researchers are the first to create sensory interneurons from stem cells.
by UCLA
9:00am
1.12.2018
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Biologists at UC look to the past for early genetic development of tiny spider and insect eyes to find potential for research into human visual challenges.
by University of Cincinnati
7:30am
1.12.2018
Scientists studying a plant protein called SOBER1 recently discovered one mechanism by which plants seem to render themselves less resistant to infection.
by Salk Institute for Biological Studies
3:09pm
1.8.2018
Neuroscientists identify a circuit that helps the brain record memories of new locations.
by Anne Trafton, MIT News Office
9:10am
1.4.2018
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A device that cools the hands is finding widespread use from the playing field to the clinic.
by Nathan Collins, Stanford University News
7:30am
1.4.2018
Use of labeling technology in mice leads to discoveries in process of natural blood formation.
by NIH/National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
3:31pm
1.3.2018
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Researchers have managed to sequence the giant genome of a salamander, the Iberian ribbed newt, which is a full six times greater than the human genome.
by Karolinska Institutet
9:15am
12.29.2017
Interactions between mutations lead to unexpected result.
by Institute of Science and Technology Austria
7:00am
12.26.2017
One of the reasons why salamander genomes have not been sequenced before is its sheer size
by Karolinska Institutet
11:23am
12.22.2017
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A newly discovered species of snakes are typically brown and grey in color and can be difficult to study because they are active when it gets dark.
by RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
7:30am
12.22.2017
Small shining molecules can be designed to distinguish between plaque of different proteins in the brain.
by Linköping University
1:00pm
12.21.2017
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Volume change in brain region linked to physiological changes characteristic of AD.
by Mcgill University
1:45pm
12.19.2017
Scientists have long sought to unravel the molecular mysteries that make the human brain special.
by UT Southwestern Medical Center
2:32pm
12.6.2017
Rise of ampicillin resistance began years before human use -- likely triggered by overuse of penicillins in agriculture in the 1950s.
by Institut Pasteur
10:15am
12.1.2017
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Researchers created an injectable gel that that slowly releases short gene sequences called microRNAs into the heart muscle.
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3:30pm
11.29.2017
A research team has combined the innovation of synthetic biology with chemistry to create a brand-new platform that will lead to the production of new...
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10:33am
11.28.2017
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Microscopic data recorder takes advantage of CRISPR to monitor biological surroundings.
by Columbia University Medical Center
11:12am
11.27.2017
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
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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
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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