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Trump vs. Clinton on science, digging into our noses for antibiotics, and the science uncertainty after Brexit. This week in Abstract Science.
We're mostly microbes, so let's treat them with a little respect. Our lives depend upon it. A Q&A with immunotoxicologist Rodney Dietert.
There's the politics of vaccines and then there's the science. A look at how emerging methods can help meet the challenges of biosafety testing of biopharmaceuticals.
Utah's weird Zika case, an experimental cancer drug's utility in heart disease, and a bigger window into the brain. This week in Abstract Science.
Why have we turned Zika into a political football? Eureka’s ongoing series on science and politics.
As the political high season gets underway, Eureka bloggers provide a dose of reason and important insights on a range of topics facing scientists today. Our ongoing series on the intersection of science and politics.
What I’d like the presumptive presidential nominees to know about the promise and potential of the life science and biotech sectors. The first in an occasional series on the intersection between science and politics.
FDA resumes cancer trial, mice regain partial vision and a CDC assessment of the Zika threat for Olympic-bound individuals. This week in Abstract Science.
The complicated world of fungi provides a valuable lesson about messy curating. Micro-Phyles Case No. 2.
NIH budget talks, a new open access journal, a blood test for antibiotics, and breathing new life into CF testing. This week in Abstract Science.