- How to win your March Madness pool using science, identifying high-risk breast cancer genes and honoring one of the most notorious physicists of our time.
March 16, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- Events in Toxicology History
February 28, 2018
BY: Mary Parker
- With almost unlimited genome engineering opportunities, CRISPR holds great promise for transforming drug discovery and development
March 14, 2018
BY: Anne-Marie Zuurmond
- After two decades, the guidelines affecting reproductive toxicology are being revised to reflect changing methods. Not everyone is pleased with the results so far.
March 13, 2018
BY: Alan Hoberman
- Looking at the big wide world of cells through electron microscopy: A journey in 2D and 3D.
March 12, 2018
BY: Amera Remick
- Pinpointing genes that reveal ALS details, new ways to fight HIV and tuberculosis and when it comes to head injuries is soccer the new football?
March 9, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- European safety requirements allow for more in vitro studies and improved toxicity tests
March 8, 2018
BY: Mary Parker
- A simple task like washing your hands goes a long way in alleviating the spread of communicable diseases
March 5, 2018
BY: Deborah Dormady Letham

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University of Cambridge scientists made an important discovery about how the brain protein tau mars the brains of Alzheimer's patients. What did they deduce the dysfunctional tau was doing?     

- How rare is rare when it comes to diseases, how close are scientists to solving Huntington’s disease with CRISPR, and a breakthrough in understanding speech.
March 2, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola