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Assessing the safety of industrial chemicals needs upwards of 2,000 animals to collect data. Will extended one-generation studies help reduce those numbers?
A setback for an MD drug, yellow fever's comeback, beads that mimic human eggs, and a boost for HIV vaccine research. This week in Abstract Science.
The latest in AI—applying deep learning to help solve drug discovery problems
Snapshots from AACR 2016: Vice President Biden calls for accelerating cancer research, CRISPR as a drug target screening tool and low-fat diets impacting breast cancer. This week in Abstract Science.
Can mice with functional human immune systems help push the development of cancer immunotherapies?
Zika link confirmed, a treatment for ailing fetuses and yellow fever fears return. This week in Abstract Science.
Along with the success in cancer immunotherapy, comes a growing need for well-characterized preclinical models.
Will virtual attendance at a "Simm-posium" supplant live attendance at science meetings? Let's hope not.
Why we need a cancer moonshot, how genomic tools are transforming how we approach cancer therapeutics and why CRISPR may not work in HIV cure research. This week in Abstract Science.
Horseshoe crabs keep us healthy, but how are they doing? Tagging operations are one way to find out.