- July 27, 2018 | BY
What’s right and wrong with Shark Week, updates from the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference including a new antibody drug that shows hints of promise, and how the liver plays a role in identifying ALS
- July 25, 2018 | BY
How a South Dakota researcher is trying to arrest a rare disease by studying its origins. A Q&A with Sanford Research scientist Jill Weimer.
- July 24, 2018 | BY
From dosing to choice of animal, five key considerations to think about when designing ototoxicity studies for drugs
- July 20, 2018 | BY
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 18, 2018 | BY
Updated test guidelines lead to confusion and extra cost, but better results
- July 17, 2018 | BY
Checkpoint inhibitors have led to remarkable responses in a small percentage of patients. Could combining them with other drugs improve the odds?
- July 16, 2018 | BY
How do you trace the source of a serious sterility failure when the bacteria lack a paper trail? Microphyles Case No. 7
- July 13, 2018 | BY
New research shows tick bite analysis, accurately predicting the voice pitch of babies, and turning cancer cells into allies.
- July 11, 2018 | BY
A group of organisms known collectively as Bcc have prompted product recalls and warnings. Here are four things you need to know about the microbial complex
- July 10, 2018 | BY
These complex 3D structures of bacteria explain many of the challenges clinicians face with wound care, infection and healing. Scientists are fighting back.