- A promising new procedure for curing trachoma, the connection between digital media and ADHD, and can we use a blood test to detect melanoma?
July 20, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- Zebrafish, those tiny, striped fish that populate in the freshwaters of India and other parts of Southern Asia make great aquarium pets. They are also an enormous asset in biomedical
July 2, 2018
BY: Regina McEnery
- Updated test guidelines lead to confusion and extra cost, but better results
July 18, 2018
BY: Mary Parker
- Checkpoint inhibitors have led to remarkable responses in a small percentage of patients. Could combining them with other drugs improve the odds? 
July 17, 2018
BY: Robert Nunan
- How do you trace the source of a serious sterility failure when the bacteria lack a paper trail? Microphyles Case No. 7
July 16, 2018
BY: Warren Crabb
- New research shows tick bite analysis, accurately predicting the voice pitch of babies, and turning cancer cells into allies.
July 13, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola

Poultry products are going antibiotic free. Unfortunately for farmers, chickens won’t magically be healthy all the time.

July 11, 2018
BY: Mary Parker
- These complex 3D structures of bacteria explain many of the challenges clinicians face with wound care, infection and healing. Scientists are fighting back.
July 10, 2018
BY: Mark Johnson

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Animal welfare groups in Europe have banded together to ask for increased welfare standards for commercial chicken rearing, including room to perch, and more natural light. What was their campaign called?

- The growing number of protein structures solved by this microscopic technique will have a major impact on drug discovery
July 9, 2018
BY: David Clark