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New insights from biology can help overcome siloed thinking in cancer...

Gerald Denis, Boston University Rarely does an oncologist closely question a breast cancer patient about their blood glucose, body...

Sea otters demonstrate that there is more to muscle than just...

Traver Wright, Texas A&M University; Melinda Sheffield-Moore, Texas A&M University, and Randall Davis, Texas A&M University Life in the...

Why do older people heal more slowly?

Matthew Steinhauser, University of Pittsburgh I recently visited an 83-year-old patient in the hospital after EMTs rushed her to the ER with an infected leg...

We found and tested 47 old drugs that might treat the...

Nevan Krogan, University of California, San Francisco The more researchers know about how the coronavirus attaches, invades and hijacks human cells, the more effective the...

An artist’s journey into the science of sweat

Paul Vanouse, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York During steamy days, a body’s physiological response may cause you to wrinkle your nose:...

Math shows how DNA twists, turns and unzips

Mariel Vazquez, University of California, Davis If you’ve ever seen a picture of a DNA molecule, you probably saw it in its famous B-form: two...

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The Amazon is burning: 4 essential reads on Brazil’s vanishing rainforest

Catesby Holmes, The Conversation Nearly 40,000 fires are incinerating Brazil’s Amazon rainforest, the latest outbreak in an overactive fire season that has charred 1,330 square...