- How innovative 3D models of the human airway tract can help chemical manufacturers reduce their reliance on animal models. The next installment in our Chemical Attractions series.
May 22, 2018
BY: Gerald Poeltl
- Antibodies are blood proteins that attack what the body considers to be foreign. However, not every antibody behaves the same. Some stick to bodily surfaces, while others circulate in bodily
May 1, 2018
BY: Mary Parker
- How researchers are devising innovative strategies to help bring us to the next-generation of pain medications
May 21, 2018
BY: Robert Hodgson
- Scientists 'transplant memories' between sea snails via injection, using research models to detect tuberculosis, and everyone wants to know – is it Yanny or Laurel?
May 18, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- From pricing to manufacturing challenges to escaping antigens, maverick CAR-T's present formidable challenges for the field of cancer immunotherapy
May 14, 2018
BY: Russell Garland
- The missing link in creating cancer-fighting drugs, unlocking clues to human disease and using CRISPR to save chocolate.
May 11, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- Inhaled drugs for lung cancer, microbial identification, universal flu vaccines and co-culture models
May 8, 2018
BY: Eureka Staff
- Geneticist Magdalena Skipper becomes the first woman to head Nature, a new blood test for diagnosing peanut allergies and a major milestone in consumer health empowerment.
May 4, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola

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Researchers at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland, in the journal Immunity, found that what dietary supplement, when given to mice, helped dampen inflammatory immune response to influenza through short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs)?

- Den Bosch toxicologist advances the forensic profiling of hair, a treasure trove of information about a person’s personal habits
May 2, 2018
BY: Mary Parker