• FEB 16, 2020
    Genetics & Genomics
    FEB 16, 2020
    West African Genomes Reveal 'Ghost' Population
    A group of ancient humans that has never been identified has been revealed not through fossils, but with modern DNA....
  • FEB 17, 2020
    Microbiology
    FEB 17, 2020
    Giant Viruses Blur the Line Between Life and Non-Life
    Bacteriophages, also known as phages, are more complex than many viruses that we know of, and often carry large genomes....
  • FEB 18, 2020
    Microbiology
    FEB 18, 2020
    Newly Found Glycopeptide Antibiotics Kill Bacteria in a New Way
    The overuse and misuse of antibiotics and the adaptability of microbes has created a problem that people must solve....
  • FEB 18, 2020
    Neuroscience
    FEB 18, 2020
    The Wearable that Spots Early Signs of Alzheimer's
    Since 2000, the prevalence of Alzheimer’s has increased by almost 90%. With an estimated 5.8 million Americans suffering from the disease, the Early ...
  • FEB 19, 2020
    Clinical & Molecular DX
    FEB 19, 2020
    Forget complicated scans - ovarian cancer can be detected in the blood
    Results from clinical trials performed in Melbourne, Australia have revealed the diagnostic potential of a new test for ovarian cancer. Instead of using co...
  • FEB 17, 2020
    Cell & Molecular Biology
    FEB 17, 2020
    Scientists Learn Why Some Body Clocks Are Too Short
    Some individuals are morning people to the extreme. Some genetic mutations give the body clock a 20 instead of 24-hour cycle....