- February 9, 2017 | BY
What do you do when your cell bank strains produce inconsistent results? MicroPyles Case No. 4.
- February 6, 2017 | BY
Horseshoe crabs, beluga whales and microbes on Mars. A Q&A with Mystic Aquarium Scientist-in-Residence and Charles River Senior R&D Director Norman Wainwright.
- February 3, 2017 | BY
Why lychees were making children sick in India, progress on the Zika vaccine front, personalized tumor-homing cells.
- February 1, 2017 | BY
In drug development, you have to be first to market; the returns for coming in second are slim.
- January 31, 2017 | BY
Modifications in disease models that used to take months or years, can now be achieved in several weeks
- January 27, 2017 | BY
Using tomato genetics to build a tastier fruit, why salmonella-infected mice eat more, using polymers to navigate drugs through stomach acid.
- January 26, 2017 | BY
Two studies push the envelope on interspecies transplants, but also raises the ethical debate another octave,
- January 23, 2017 | BY
CRISPR editing in mice is a work in progress. Zygote electroporation might make the work go faster.
- January 20, 2017 | BY
A partnership to battle epidemics, a biomarker for immunotherapies, draft rules for gene-edited animals, and NIH director will remain for now.
- January 19, 2017 | BY
The first wave of results are in from a project trying to replicate findings from high-impact cancer studies, and the findings are a mixed bag of data.