- July 28, 2017 | BY
The Girl Scouts of the USA roll out new STEM badges, restoring muscle function in animals, and could shark bacteria be a new source of antibiotics?
- July 26, 2017 | BY
A unique randomized trial is measuring the impact of diet on brain function on 600 older Americans
- July 25, 2017 | BY
PROTAC Mediated Protein Degradation—using small molecules to manipulate our cellular machinery
- July 24, 2017 | BY
Studies suggest that stopping this brain-wasting condition may require early intervention
- July 21, 2017 | BY
Where exactly do dogs come from, can dementia be prevented and should you really worry about eating macaroni and cheese?
- July 19, 2017 | BY
Some believe science meetings need to go virtual. Here’s why that would be an unfortunate idea
- July 17, 2017 | BY
We’re living longer but our healthy lifespan is lagging. Inflammation is a prime suspect.
- July 14, 2017 | BY
Sampling the science behind ice cream, hope for neuro-tumor patients and could komodo dragon blood save your life?
- July 12, 2017 | BY
Animal models are really actors re-creating roles about the course of human diseases. But they can only re-enact part of the story.
- July 11, 2017 | BY
Exploring next-gen sequencing methods at an institute dedicated to polar research. Part of our ongoing series about Charles River’s sabbatical program. You can find more examples of sabbaticals here.