Through veiled mirrors: Fish fins help researchers understand relative growth and proportion in developmental biology.
The radioactive legacy of the arms race solves a mystery about the world’s largest fish.
Protein capsids are specialized and versatile natural macromolecules with exceptional properties. These materials have numerous potential applications, including catalysis and drug delivery.
Scientists in Italy aim to keep Alzheimer’s disease in check.
Whilst tissue engineering has benefited modern surgery, thousands of patents fail to see real-world applications.
Scientists investigated the bactericidal effect and plant growth enhancement using oxygen radical plasma-irradiated organic compound solutions.
Current knowledge of the factors that control the regulation and release of insulin and glucagon in Drosophila.
A team of Brazilean researchers explored photobiomodulation to find evidence of stimulation in the development of newborn rats – and possibly in humans.
Atmospheric carbon dioxide is known to deplete the mineral content of plants, but how are carotenoid levels affected?
Engineered bacteria anchor inside the intestines, for treatment of gastrointestinal damage.
Scientists studied the effects of synthetic cannabis on fetal brain development in pregnant mice.
Nanoparticles can be used to destroy a common bacterial defense mechanism.