Genetically engineered mosquitoes could be the key to winning the war against malaria, a disease that affects more than 200 million people every year and kills more than 400,000 – many of whom are children.
A new glioblastoma drug is derived from a microbe found in the ocean at depths of up to 6,500 feet
Lab studies reveal protein HSP27’s role in blood vessel leakage, opening the possibility that therapeutically dialing its activity up or down might stabilize patients with sepsis
A species of marine bacteria shows promise for curing a nasty brain cancer.
Since the early days of the pandemic, wastewater has played a vital role in the fight against SARS-CoV-2. While the virus primarily attacks the respiratory system, it replicates in the gastrointestinal tract, travels into stool, and eventually reaches sewage systems. This knowledge allowed researchers to devise a wastewater surveillance system that detects presymptomatic and asymptomatic…
Conventional wisdom on viral disease transmission needs updating, international science team concludes
Expert opinions on the effect of the progressive, relapsing nature of inflammatory bowel disease on a patients’ quality of life.
Studies into the microbiome and how it can help humans eat themselves well are in their nascent stages. However, some of the largest names in food are upbeat about the potential.
Researchers have identified 579 locations in the human genome associated with a predisposition to self-regulation-related behaviors, including addiction and child behavioral problems.
Blood-sucking flies may be following chemicals produced by skin bacteria to locate bats to feed on.