Blood pooling in venous valves is a key risk factor in deep vein thrombosis. A new model is used to better understand how this occurs.
Understanding how gluten affects the gut is a key to understanding whether gluten-free diets are merely a fad or based in solid science.
This phenomenon is spread over such a broad range of the mammalian evolutionary tree that researchers are beginning to wonder if the “proto-mammal” shared the same trait.
A new vaccine adjuvant, which helps stimulate the immune system, has been developed based on two chemicals that are produced by the body.
Nanoparticles are not new; bacteria have been making them long before we had a language to name them.
For the first time, two women share the Nobel prize for chemistry. Their work with CRISPR helped usher in a new generation of precision genome editing.
No formal scientific education, a single mother, author of 103 scientific papers, the first person to see a corona virus, June Almeida was a tour de force.
Some species of butterfly rely on shade to regulate their body temperature when it gets too hot.
Who were the vikings and where did they come from? Sequencing of skeletons allows researchers to understand Vikings through their genetic legacy.
Before blood vessels reach implanted cells, they need a built-in oxygen source to keep them alive.