New findings suggest it might one day be possible to direct healthy cells to advance tissue repair therapies.
Speedy “slingshot” cell movement observed for the first time
A ‘decathlon’ for antibiotics puts them through more realistic testing
Surprise findings could upend the current drug discovery approach for treating one of the most dangerous hospital-borne infections.
Has the Olympics changed how it measures false-starts in track?
A Q&A with a biomechanics expert who has researched reaction times
Toward a stem cell model of human nervous system development
Human cells could one day show us more about why neural tube birth defects occur and how to prevent them.
Findings in mice show pill for breast cancer diagnosis may outperform mammograms
A new kind of imaging could distinguish aggressive tumors from benign, preventing unnecessary breast cancer treatments.
Nightmare bacteria:’ Michigan Engineers discuss how to combat antibiotic resistance
Drug-resistant bugs are on the rise and new approaches are needed.