Infographic: CAR-T Cells in Solid Versus Liquid Cancers
Infographic: CAR-T Cells in Solid Versus Liquid Cancers
Tumor accessibility, heterogeneity, and microenvironment vary between the two classes of malignancies.
Infographic: CAR-T Cells in Solid Versus Liquid Cancers
Infographic: CAR-T Cells in Solid Versus Liquid Cancers

Tumor accessibility, heterogeneity, and microenvironment vary between the two classes of malignancies.

Tumor accessibility, heterogeneity, and microenvironment vary between the two classes of malignancies.

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Infographic: CAR-T Cells in Solid Versus Liquid Cancers
Infographic: CAR-T Cells in Solid Versus Liquid Cancers
Kerry Grens | Apr 1, 2019
Tumor accessibility, heterogeneity, and microenvironment vary between the two classes of malignancies.
Widespread Declines in UK’s Pollinators: Study
Widespread Declines in UK’s Pollinators: Study
Carolyn Wilke | Mar 26, 2019
Over 30 years, one-third of the wild bees and hoverfly species surveyed sustained losses, likely due to pesticides, habitat loss, and climate change.
Image of the Day: An Infectious Glow
Image of the Day: An Infectious Glow
Carolyn Wilke | Mar 7, 2019
In CRISPRed fruit flies that lack certain antimicrobial peptides, bacterial infections flourish, as revealed by fluorescent markers.
CAR T Cells Treat Lupus in Mice
CAR T Cells Treat Lupus in Mice
Abby Olena | Mar 6, 2019
T cells modified to target disease-contributing B cells improved survival in two mouse models of the autoimmune disease.
Does Prior Dengue Exposure Help or Hurt a Zika Infection?
Does Prior Dengue Exposure Help or Hurt a Zika Infection?
Diana Kwon | Mar 6, 2019
Animal and cell culture studies show evidence that dengue antibodies can both neutralize and enhance Zika, but human investigations have only found protective effects.
Long-Term HIV Remission After Medicine Discontinued
Long-Term HIV Remission After Medicine Discontinued
Kerry Grens | Mar 5, 2019
The “London patient” may represent the second person cured of the infection by a cell transplant.
Stick-On Immune Cell Monitor
Stick-On Immune Cell Monitor
Ruth Williams | Mar 1, 2019
A microneedle-containing skin patch offers researchers a noninvasive way to survey immune responses in mice.

Drugs, Developed
Drugs, Developed
Bob Grant | Mar 1, 2019
In an era of instant communication, we must be careful how word of new and untested treatments is shared.
In Praise of Crazy Ideas
In Praise of Crazy Ideas
Safi Bahcall | Mar 1, 2019
The author of a new book explains the dangers of orthodoxy in science and beyond.
Ten-Minute Sabbatical
Ten-Minute Sabbatical
The Scientist Staff | Mar 1, 2019
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse.