If bumblebees find too little pollen, they pierce the leaves of non-flowering plants in order to force them to produce flowers more quickly.
Identifying the critical questions regarding long distance regressive signaling and how they are important for understanding nervous system development and pathogenesis in neurodegeneration.
Researchers are increasingly interested in how a systems biology approach may be used to tackle multi-scale heart problems.
Studying genes that orchestrate early brainstem development has increased our understanding of breathing control and associated disorders.
Protein-protected metal nanoclusters have excellent biocompatibility and have received considerable attention as a luminescent probe in a number of fields such as biosensing, bioimaging, and imaging-guided therapy.
Computational methods and tools to analyze ribosome profiling data.
Unraveling the mystery of viral evolution, scientists discover a similarity between hepatitis A and the Triatoma virus that infects blood-sucking kissing bugs.
Somewhere in a jumble of protein building blocks may lie the key to unlocking the next generation of therapeutics to improve human health.
Curiosity driving scientific interest: Prof. Yanglong Hou shares his story for Advanced Science 5th anniversary
While it might not feel like it, the cells in our body are under constant stress. Cellular exposure to stress such as UV radiation contributes to DNA lesions that the cell responds to by initiating DNA repair pathways. If these lesions are not dealt with, mutations...
Understanding the nature and origin of the non-coding genome.
The delicious and nutritious yellow kiwi could be more widely available following a study to improve storage techniques.