EYE ON THE SCIENCE

Voices and stories from the front pages of science
- Finding the right peptide can be a real challenging process of elimination, TIME unveils their annual Best Inventions list for 2018, and the FDA pursues a long-range plan
November 16, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- It’s the Great American Smokeout, We need to do a better job helping people quit smoking, and encouraging others not to start. 
November 15, 2018
BY: Regina McEnery
- Election results have a positive impact for science, bad news for the cigarette industry and could a new blood test detect cancer?
November 9, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- Having your appendix removed could lower the risk of developing Parkinson’s, is being immune to CRISPR a bad thing, and when is the best time to eat your Halloween candy?
November 2, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- Concern is brewing in Europe over new rules for gene-edited crops, could a new flu treatment be the answer, and why people might be prone to binge drinking.  
October 26, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- In 1918 an epidemic dubbed the Spanish flu killed at least 50 million people. What have we learned since then?
October 23, 2018
BY: Mary Parker
- The fight against cancer using healthy cells, sensory gating is attracting more interest in neuroscience, and a mysterious polio-like disease is affecting children everywhere.
October 19, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- How two parents of children with rare diseases took different paths in their drive to make a difference. Listen to their stories.
October 15, 2018
BY: Eureka Staff
- Stephen Hawking’s final scientific paper has been released, how obesity can trigger early-onset colorectal cancer, and have scientists found a new treatment for multiple sclerosis?
October 12, 2018
BY: Jillian Scola
- Chemo treatments, breast reconstructions and a 25th wedding anniversary. Our breast cancer roundtable convenes for the fourth year to talk about life events and their shared connection. 
October 10, 2018
BY: Regina McEnery