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How mRNA and DNA vaccines could soon treat cancers, HIV, autoimmune...

Deborah Fuller, University of Washington The two most successful coronavirus vaccines developed in the U.S. – the Pfizer and...

Breathing wildfire smoke can affect the brain and sperm, as well...

Luke Montrose, Boise State University and Adam Schuller, Boise State University Wildfires burning in the western U.S. are sending...

Is it possible to recreate dinosaurs from their DNA?

William Ausich, The Ohio State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all...

Mixed-ancestry genetic research shows a bit of Native American DNA could...

Diane Xue, University of Washington and Hanley Kingston, University of Washington Since the human genome was first mapped, scientists...

Microfluidics: The tiny, beautiful tech hidden all around you

Albert Folch, University of Washington When you think of micro- or nanotechnology, you likely think of small electronics like...

3 medical innovations fueled by COVID-19 that will outlast the pandemic

Deborah Fuller, University of Washington; Albert H. Titus, University at Buffalo, and Nevan Krogan, University of California, San Francisco

We discovered a missing gene fragment that’s shedding new light on...

Peter Koopman, The University of Queensland It’s one of the most important genes in biology: “Sry”, the gene that makes males male. Development of the...

Ancient DNA is revealing the genetic landscape of people who first...

Melinda A. Yang, University of Richmond The very first human beings originally emerged in Africa before spreading across Eurasia about 60,000 years ago. After that,...

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Short-term health plans: A junk solution to a real problem

Simon F. Haeder, West Virginia University After failing to overturn most of the Affordable Care Act in a very public fight, President Donald Trump has...