- July 6, 2016 | BY
A look back at how a Scottish sheep changed the world of science.
- June 29, 2016 | BY
CRISPR’s growing presence in the world of genetically engineered research mice.
- June 28, 2016 | BY
What’s trending in 3Rs, and life as a disease detective. Day One of the Charles River Short Course.
- June 27, 2016 | BY
The world of Big Data and genetic testing are upon us. Are patients ready for it? A report from the Harvard meeting.
- June 24, 2016 | BY
Updates on the first human trial involving CRISPR, gene activity after death, more delays in Zika funding, and transmissible cancers in mollusks.
- June 22, 2016 | BY
I had never considered how much of a threat dengue posed until my daughter and I became infected.
- June 20, 2016 | BY
Finding a mouse’s sweet spot. How touchscreen technology is helping determine if a new therapy improves impaired memory function in AD mice.
- June 17, 2016 | BY
The growing pace of outsourced drug discovery, using a gut microbe to alter autism-like symptoms in mice, and testing a controversial theory about how tumors spread.
- June 14, 2016 | BY
Using optogenetics, two researchers challenge our notions of movement and offer new and more reliable ways to model movement disorders in animals
- June 10, 2016 | BY
How a toxic liver drug may boost gene therapy, committee seeks clarity on gene drive, the link between touch and autism, and a long-awaited overhaul of US chemical laws. This week in Abstract Science.