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Trauma Biologist: A Profile of Israel Liberzon

By Anna Azvolinsky | June 1, 2018

The University of Michigan neuroscientist has developed therapies for patients with PTSD and laboratory models to understand its basis.

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An entrepreneurial attitude helped this Vienna-based researcher begin to unravel the complex receptor network that Arabidopsis uses to  develop and defend itself.

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Archaea Family Tree Blossoms, Thanks to Genomics

By Amber Dance | June 1, 2018

Identification of new archaea species elucidates the domain’s unique biology and sheds light on its relationship to eukaryotes.

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image: Infographic: Packing DNA

Infographic: Packing DNA

By Diana Kwon | June 1, 2018

Researchers watch the protein condensin in action.

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image: New Technologies Shed Light on Caveolae

New Technologies Shed Light on Caveolae

By Ben Nichols | June 1, 2018

The functions of the cellular invaginations identified more than half a century ago are now beginning to be understood in detail.

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image: Artificial Nerve Senses Pressure, Moves Cockroach Leg

Artificial Nerve Senses Pressure, Moves Cockroach Leg

By Shawna Williams | May 31, 2018

The device could one day help enable prosthetics deliver richer touch information to users.

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Human-Specific Genes Implicated in Brain Size

By Abby Olena | May 31, 2018

Three members of a gene family called NOTCH2NL may have been involved in the evolution of humans’ big cortex.

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Genetic adaptations for human brain development also make us vulnerable to Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study.  

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Image of the Day: Artificial Cell

By Sukanya Charuchandra | May 31, 2018

Researchers made a synthetic cell that can photosynthesize and make proteins crucial for cellular structure. 

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image: Patent On Autism Genetic Test May Stifle Science

Patent On Autism Genetic Test May Stifle Science

By Jessica Wright | May 30, 2018

LabCorp might be able to charge a licensing fee to any scientists who wish to sequence the gene HOMER1 in people who may have autism.

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