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Circulation and Cell Function Revived in Dead Pigs’ Brains
Circulation and Cell Function Revived in Dead Pigs’ Brains
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 17, 2019
Researchers develop a system to deliver synthetic blood to isolated brains hours after death.
Gene Therapy Effective for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency
Gene Therapy Effective for Severe Combined Immunodeficiency
Shawna Williams | Apr 17, 2019
Researchers report they’ve found a way to restore immune function in infants with one form of “bubble boy disease.”
Archaeologists Ask Society for Harassment Policy Change
Archaeologists Ask Society for Harassment Policy Change
Kerry Grens | Apr 16, 2019
Researchers want to avoid a situation from last week in which a professor, banned from his university for substantiated sexual misconduct claims, showed up at the Society for American Archaeology conference.
Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial
Two Patients Treated with CRISPRed Cells in Immunotherapy Trial
Shawna Williams | Apr 16, 2019
One person with multiple myeloma and one with sarcoma are the first so far to receive the genetically engineered T cells in the study.
Why Chimpanzees Have Big Testes, and Mandrills Have Small Ones
Why Chimpanzees Have Big Testes, and Mandrills Have Small Ones
Katarina Zimmer | Apr 16, 2019
For primates, males’ fancier ornaments are linked with smaller testes, according to a new comparative study.
Ebola Outbreak Not a Global Health Emergency, Declares WHO
Ebola Outbreak Not a Global Health Emergency, Declares WHO
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 15, 2019
The agency also shares preliminary results of an Ebola vaccine trial showing that it is 97.5 percent effective at protecting from infection.
Neurobiologist Paul Greengard Dies
Neurobiologist Paul Greengard Dies
Ashley Yeager | Apr 15, 2019
The Nobel laureate revolutionized our understanding of how brain cells communicate.
An Archaeology Meeting Finds Itself in the Middle of #MeTooSTEM
An Archaeology Meeting Finds Itself in the Middle of #MeTooSTEM
Kerry Grens | Apr 12, 2019
A reporter, slated to speak about sexual harassment, is banned from the Society for American Archaeology conference after he confronts an accused sexual harasser in attendance.
<em>Nature&nbsp;</em>and <em>Science&nbsp;</em>Retractions Connected to Research Misconduct
Nature and Science Retractions Connected to Research Misconduct
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 12, 2019
The University of Cambridge and the University of Bristol conducted investigations of the research.