- Unveiling the mysteries of the horseshoe crabs immune system. A discussion with Charles River Scientist Norman Wainwright about why we owe our lives to these sea creatures.
December 13, 2017
BY: Kendyll Collins
- Do you prefer to drink a steaming-hot Luria broth or a glass of Gene Juice®? Is your ideal present a diamond ring or a robot? Take our  fun holiday quiz and find out
December 4, 2017
BY: Giorgia Zaetta
- Deciphering the tumor microenvironment and accelerating oncology drug target development with machine learning. What's hot in cancer in 2018.
December 12, 2017
BY: Eureka Staff
- When we introduce a new therapy—whether it’s a re-engineered mosquito, a biologic or a synthetic drug—we have to think about the immediate and long-term implications of the intervention
December 11, 2017
BY: Alan Hoberman
- Are antibiotics working against themselves, the risk of using hormone-based birth control methods and is the 6-decade-old drug disulfiram making a comeback to cure cancer?
December 8, 2017
BY: Jillian Scola
- Bioscience article looks at establishing germ-free models for preclinical research of the microbiota.
December 7, 2017
BY: Eureka Staff
- Modulating the microbiome to treat disease, and employing sophisticated tools to ensure that CRISPR edits the right target. Hot topics to look for in 2018.
December 6, 2017
BY: Christopher Dowdy, PhD
- What's percolating in the field of Parkinson's disease research? Scientists from Charles River and the Michael J. Fox Foundation discuss therapeutic advances, animal models and reproducibility
December 4, 2017
BY: Robert Hodgson

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An international team of scientist finally confirmed how the drug disulfiram fights cancer--by causing a build up of proteins that stress cancer cells into oblivion. What addiction is disulfiram typically used to treat?   

- Researchers search for clues to the origin of MS, details on how the first artificial DNA cells made a new protein, and is malaria on the rise?
December 1, 2017
BY: Jillian Scola