A technique for imaging freshly made proteins is giving researchers a unique window on the working of genes and cells.
Scientists have new tools to predict how the virus might make the leap, but the move may be more difficult than they thought.
An enzyme has been identified that can target both major markers of Alzheimer’s, providing a new venue for drug development.
SUNY researchers are working on a small, easy-to-use disease detector.
As shape-memory polymers find commercial application, one researcher has activated them remotely using magnetism.
Glowing cells are being used to study heart injuries, stem cell transplants, and processes for signalling in the brain.
A ground-breaking treatment could restore lost abilities to stroke victims and others.
We've picked the judges for our biogerontology prize.
Insight into how carrier molecules move through tumors could lead to safer cancer treatments.
New biosensors could provide an inexpensive and portable way to detect everything from drugs to signs of cancer.