Three potent antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 identified in healthy individuals decades ago raises interesting questions about their origins and evolution.
TOI-2109b is the second hottest exoplanet discovered so far, with a year lasting just 16 hours.
A natural chemical tether helps researchers attach cells to inert biomaterials for better cell models and therapies.
Living machines made from drug-carrying bacteria target tumors to improve the effectiveness and safety of chemotherapies.
Antibody therapies and new vaccines have been added to the arsenal, giving hope to the millions who live where malaria is endemic.
While stem cell therapies have been touted as “miracle cures”, data indicates that there are still hurdles keeping them out of the clinic.
With SARS-CoV-2 continuing to circulate, new oral antivirals promise to be game changers in helping to end the pandemic.
Water and carbon detected in a galaxy 13 billion light-years away provide a glimpse into how these elements impacted the development of the early universe.
A shape-shifting polymer allows scientists to create a safer implantable device that results in less trauma upon insertion.
A new constellation of satellites promises to be a “game changer” in monitoring anthropogenic emissions on a global scale.