Red and gray round cells floating on a red background. 
Low Intracellular Iron Levels May Keep Blood Stem Cells Young
Alejandra Manjarrez, PhD | Apr 8, 2024 | 3 min read
Removing excess iron from aging mouse blood-forming cells enhances their regenerative capacity.
A bookshelf in a library filled with old books.
Building a Scientific Narrative
Nathan Ni, PhD | 6 min read
A strong narrative is as integral a part of science writing as it is for any other form of communication.
Image of fibroblast cell with nuclei (yellow), mitochondria (red)<br >, and microfilaments (blue).
Complicated CAP Does It All
Rachael Moeller Gorman | Apr 5, 2024 | 5 min read
Researchers found that actin filaments can behave counter to decades-old actin dynamics dogma, changing how biologists think about cell movement.
Two drawn heads on a blue background with gears in their heads. A red spot on two gears is magnified over one head.
Biological Sex Influences Brain Protein Expression
Shelby Bradford, PhD | Apr 4, 2024 | 3 min read
Neurological disorders often have sex biases, and these differences could be due to altered protein expression in the brain.
A photo of Rose Kidd, the president of Global Operations Delivery at ICON.
Advancing Clinical Research Through Effective Data Delivery
The Scientist and ICON | 3 min read
Novel data collection and delivery strategies help usher the clinical research industry into its next era.
Two sister cells are seen in the foreground, while individual cells are seen behind them on a blue background.
Sister Cells Reveal Cancer’s Fate
Aparna Nathan, PhD | Apr 3, 2024 | 4 min read
A new method traces treatment resistant cells and predicts drugs that can make them more susceptible to cancer therapy.
A whitish neutrophil with a red multi-lobed nucleus.
Cell Surface RNA Helps Neutrophils Get Around
Holly Barker, PhD | Apr 2, 2024 | 4 min read
A new study confirms reports of membrane-bound RNA molecules and points to their role in neutrophil migration.
Viewing the Glioblastoma Tumor Microenvironment at Single Cell Resolution
Viewing the Glioblastoma Tumor Microenvironment at Single Cell Resolution
The Scientist Staff | 1 min read
In this webinar, Matthias Brendel will discuss a new PET approached called scRadiotracing, which involves immunomagnetic cell sorting after in vivo radiotracer injection combined with 3D histology.
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MEGA CRISPR: Engineering Better Immunotherapies with RNA Editing
Deanna MacNeil, PhD | Apr 1, 2024 | 3 min read
Multi-targeted Cas13 screens help researchers avoid permanent DNA cuts and evade T cell exhaustion.
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Growing Milk-Secreting Mammary Organoids
Sneha Khedkar | Mar 29, 2024 | 3 min read
Mammary organoids derived from mouse embryonic stem cells could offer clues into mammary gland developmental origins and help researchers study breast cancer.
Bacteriologist Melinda Grosser holds the book <em >House of Mirth&nbsp;</em>by Edith Wharton and an agar art plate that recreates the book cover.
Where Books Meet Bacteria
Niki Spahich, PhD | 4 min read
Melinda Grosser combines her love of reading and microbiology in her unique Instagram account.
Lenses of a fluorescent microscope illuminate a sample on a microscope slide.
A Colorful Approach to Tracking Cellular Cargo
Niki Spahich, PhD | Mar 29, 2024 | 4 min read
Through immunofluorescence microscopy, a rainbow of stains shows Amy Engevik where proteins go in health and disease states.
Flagellated rod-shaped bacteria live on intestinal tissue.
Clostridia to the Rescue
Shelby Bradford, PhD | Mar 27, 2024 | 3 min read
Some commensal bacteria help shore up intestinal walls in mice, which can prevent food allergies.
New Research Avenues Provide Hope for Metastatic Disease
New Research Avenues Provide Hope for Metastatic Disease
The Scientist Staff | 2 min read
Learn about the latest cellular studies that help researchers discover the mechanisms of cancer metastasis.