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Levitating cells, gender and pain, the high price of living longer and our gut response to antibiotics. This week in Abstract Science.
Making compounds is easy; synthesizing the right molecule is another matter entirely. Four chemistry tips that can save a developer time and money.
Technology, tools and an educated patient-base are helping to lead the charge in precision medicine. A report from the Harvard conference.
Urban microbes, a smarter insulin patch, medical marijuana, and links between the gut microbiome and the brain. This week in Abstract Science.
Clinical studies are changing to meet the needs of the Alzheimer's models. Will this novel approach lead us to better treatments?
Tackling appendicitis with drugs, our long farewell to trans fats, and what moody mice are telling us about brain function.
Finding the right environmental enrichment is not always black and white for vivariums. Here are a few reasons why. Day Three of the Charles River Short Course.
Animal models can tell us a lot about our own bacteria, as long as we ask the right questions. Day Two from the Charles River Short Course.
Sunscreens and sunblocks are designed to protect us from the dangerous rays of the sun. What is done to make sure the sunscreens are safe?
Bugging the mouse brain; the deadly path of MERS; and the irreproducibility problem in science.