What about genetic screening? Angelina Jolie went public about her preventive mastectomy in an effort to focus publicity on surgery to More
Biobombs blast cancer!
We reported on viruses that infect cancer cells, force them to make more virus, and then die. Can viruses become “intelligent More
Bacteria: Social critters!?
Bacteria: you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all? Not. There’s a chemical war going on in that Petri dish, and a new study identifies More
Seeing the cell
In detail: How learning changes brain
HIV infection caught on videotape
New video captures AIDS moving inside immune cells: HIV enters pods that form on the surface, then jumps across into a healthy immune More
Embryonic stem cells without the embryo!
Scientists learn to make human embryonic stem cells without using eggs, embryos, or legal hassles. Adding four genes to skin cells did More
Unsilly cilia: Do tiny hairs help our sense of touch?
Survive the vaccination routine? That’s no fun for anyone — parent or child. More
Computer + Microbiology = Cellular Simulation?
Computer graphics and microbiology unite as scientists build complex digital models of cellular machinery to view a microscopic world. More