THE RIGHT CHEMISTRY

What's Cooking in Drug Discovery
- A microbial imbalance in the body seems to correlate with IBD, but does it actually cause it? Maybe, maybe not.
January 24, 2019
BY: Rana Samadfam
- The complex synergies between naturally-occurring viral phages and their bacterial hosts
January 23, 2019
BY: Rana Samadfam
- Is the centuries-old strategy of using bacteria-eating viruses to fight disease making a comeback?     
January 21, 2019
BY: Rana Samadfam
- A novel collaboration forged by the California Institute of Regeneration Medicine is helping stem cell scientists translate their therapies from the bench to the clinic 
January 7, 2019
BY: Regina McEnery
- In CNS research, the use of intrathecal drug administration and cell population analysis as a biomarker for studying immune responses in the brain are tools to watch in 2019 
December 11, 2018
BY: Ria Falvo
- Innovative models for pediatric cancer drug development, and cell population analysis as a biomarker in cancer immunotherapy
December 10, 2018
BY: Julia Schueler
- The marriage of state of the art GPU computing resources and physics-based algorithms to accelerate drug discovery projects
December 6, 2018
BY: David Clark
- Flow cytometric technology has been around for 50 years. As we learn more about the immune system’s role in incurable diseases, flow cytometry is suddenly popular again
December 5, 2018
BY: Tuulia Huhtala
Angelman Syndrome, antisense therapies, rare disease research
- The chances of finding a cure for this rare genetic disorder are looking better and better
December 3, 2018
BY: Lauren Black
- Rodents with GoPros. What tiny microscopes can tell us about changes in brain circuitry. The last of our coverage from Neuroscience 2018.
November 7, 2018
BY: Eureka Staff