• FEB 20, 2020
    Cell & Molecular Biology
    FEB 20, 2020
    Fresh Insights Into the Inner Membrane of the Mitochondria
    Structures called mitochondria are crucial for life; these small powerhouses generate energy for cells. Scientists have now learned more about these ancient organelles....
  • FEB 20, 2020
    Chemistry & Physics
    FEB 20, 2020
    Methane-fueled Commerical Production of Biodegradable Plastics in Sight
    Plastics, the petroleum-based, very poorly degradable polymers, make up almost everything in our society from water bottles, food packing, disposable utens...
  • FEB 19, 2020
    Microbiology
    FEB 19, 2020
    Cases of Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 Start to Rise Outside of China
    The novel coronavirus that recently emerged in Hubei province, China is called SARS-CoV-2, and it can cause a wide range of symptoms....
  • FEB 19, 2020
    Cannabis Sciences
    FEB 19, 2020
    Is it Better to Eat or Smoke Cannabis?
    Smoking is well-known as a bad health habit. Although not necessarily as detrimental as smoking cigarettes, smoking cannabis is nevertheless  known to...
  • FEB 19, 2020
    Immunology
    FEB 19, 2020
    Testing the Immune Response to Ovarian Cancer Treatment
    There is a new diagnostic test for the deadliest form of gynecological cancer – ovarian cancer. Better tests mean better diagnostics, and better diag...
  • FEB 15, 2020
    Cancer
    FEB 15, 2020
    New AI tool makes cancer data more efficient
    Cancer is everywhere and yet it seems that the more we know about it, the more we have to learn. With almost one and every two people expected to receive a...
  • FEB 18, 2020
    Cancer
    FEB 18, 2020
    Are you at risk of endometrial cancer?
    Are you concerned about endometrial cancer? New research published recently in the Journal of Medical Genetics has identified 24 genetic variants that...