- February 21, 2014 | BY
Look around. Think differently. What’s old may be new again.
- February 18, 2014 | BY
Engineering serendipity through phenotypic screening—a chartered fishing expedition.
- February 6, 2014 | BY
ews last week that Japanese scientists had discovered a much easier way of reprogramming cells into an embryonic state was too late to make it on to Science Channel’s fascinating “Stem Cell Universe” hosted by Stephen Hawking Feb. 4. But it just goes to show you how fast the field is moving.
- February 5, 2014 | BY
Many tissues, such as bone and muscle, adapt and become stronger when subjected to physical stresses, so perhaps it should come as no surprise that exposing cells to sub-lethal environmental stresses may have similar beneficial effects.
- February 4, 2014 | BY
About a quarter century ago, a trio of scientists developed a game-changing technology that enabled researchers to genetically engineer mouse strains with a particular gene missing.
- January 30, 2014 | BY
The field of cancer immunotherapy is red hot right now. Notably absent from the list are therapeutic cancer vaccines.
- January 27, 2014 | BY
Constructing a nest is a deliberate behavioral strategy used by mice to improve fitness and survival.
- January 23, 2014 | BY
Can liquid-chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry help us ride a new wave of biotherapeutics? Perhaps, but challenges remain.
- January 13, 2014 | BY
Can synthetic biology revolutionize the field of stem cell therapy?
- January 7, 2014 | BY
Charles River neuroscientist Toni Ahtoniemi’s article in GEN on kinematic analysis.