- May 8, 2018 | BY
Inhaled drugs for lung cancer, microbial identification, universal flu vaccines and co-culture models
- May 4, 2018 | BY
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 2, 2018 | BY
Den Bosch toxicologist advances the forensic profiling of hair, a treasure trove of information about a person’s personal habits
- April 30, 2018 | BY
A Charles River panel discusses innovations that might help make tumor models more robust and predictive
- April 27, 2018 | BY
Will eating fish prevent Parkinson’s disease, can we trust BMI to measure obesity, and is a more effective treatment for depression on the horizon?
- April 25, 2018 | BY
From artificial intelligence to innovative ways of identifying immune modulators—our scientists reflect on topics they found important at AACR this year.
- April 24, 2018 | BY
What happens when a scientist learns that the gene she studies is the root of her daughter’s devastating illness. This New York Times article chronicles this rarest of odds.
- April 20, 2018 | BY
AACR news, the connection between your gut microbiome and osteoarthritis, and could listening to music help tackle high pressure?
- April 18, 2018 | BY
The more we learn from animal models about how tumors spread, the greater the possibilities for identifying better disease targets. Live from AACR, a discussion with the experts.
- April 17, 2018 | BY
As the CRISPR space evolves, how will this gene editing tool impact cancer research? Live from the AACR meeting in Chicago, our panel of experts discuss the game changer.