breeding, disease & medicine
WHO OKs Experimental Ebola Drugs
WHO OKs Experimental Ebola Drugs
Tracy Vence | Aug 13, 2014
But biotech firms’ supplies are dwindling.
Hitting a Climate “Seal”-ing
Hitting a Climate “Seal”-ing
Kate Yandell | Jul 23, 2014
Due to the effects of climate change, female fur seals that successfully breed do so later in life and are more likely to have increased variability within their genomes.
Rusty Waves of Grain
Rusty Waves of Grain
Kerry Grens | Jun 1, 2014
See how a ruinous fungus that attacks wheat wreaks its damage.
Putting Up Resistance
Putting Up Resistance
Kerry Grens | Jun 1, 2014
Will the public swallow science’s best solution to one of the most dangerous wheat pathogens on the planet?
Genetic Test Could Replace Pap Smear
Genetic Test Could Replace Pap Smear
Kerry Grens | Apr 25, 2014
The US Food and Drug Administration approves a cervical test for human papillomavirus to be used as a primary cancer screening tool.
Elder Pharmacology
Elder Pharmacology
Nir Barzilai | Jan 1, 2014
Studying and treating the chronic diseases associated with aging needs serious revamping.
Carp Breed in Great Lakes Watershed
Carp Breed in Great Lakes Watershed
Kerry Grens | Oct 29, 2013
New evidence indicates that invasive Asian carp have bred in the Lake Erie basin.
Puppy Born from Frozen Embryo
Puppy Born from Frozen Embryo
Kate Yandell | Feb 6, 2013
Developing assisted reproductive technologies may help endangered canids.
Opinion: Evolving CO2-Hungry Crops
Opinion: Evolving CO2-Hungry Crops
Mark Howden, Lewis H. Ziska | Dec 4, 2012
Breeding plants that can convert more carbon dioxide to food could help feed a growing population.
Dog Drug Research Threatened
Hayley Dunning | Aug 2, 2012
The temporary closure of an Italian research dog breeder amid allegations of maltreatment could spell the end for the facility.