No Proof COVID-19 Vaccine Affects Menstruation or Fertility
No Proof COVID-19 Vaccine Affects Menstruation or Fertility
Following vaccination, some women claim their periods have changed, leading to rumors about how the shots affect recipients’ reproductive systems, and even others’ by proxy.  
No Proof COVID-19 Vaccine Affects Menstruation or Fertility
No Proof COVID-19 Vaccine Affects Menstruation or Fertility

Following vaccination, some women claim their periods have changed, leading to rumors about how the shots affect recipients’ reproductive systems, and even others’ by proxy.  

Following vaccination, some women claim their periods have changed, leading to rumors about how the shots affect recipients’ reproductive systems, and even others’ by proxy.  

cancer, cell & molecular biology, neuroscience
No Proof COVID-19 Vaccine Affects Menstruation or Fertility
No Proof COVID-19 Vaccine Affects Menstruation or Fertility
Lisa Winter | Apr 27, 2021
Following vaccination, some women claim their periods have changed, leading to rumors about how the shots affect recipients’ reproductive systems, and even others’ by proxy.  
The Neuroscience of Motherhood
The Neuroscience of Motherhood
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Apr 27, 2021
Robert Froemke and Liisa Galea will discuss the neurological changes that occur during motherhood and their effect on behavior and brain health.
LabTalk Podcast - A Modern Trojan Horse: Delivering Combination Immunotherapies to Solid Tumors 
LabTalk Podcast - A Modern Trojan Horse: Delivering Combination Immunotherapies to Solid Tumors 
The Scientist Creative Services Team in Collaboration with IsoPlexis | Apr 26, 2021
Katie McKenna discusses a combination CAR T and viral therapy that kills solid tumors.
Laurence “Larry” Kedes, Molecular Geneticist, Dies at 83
Laurence “Larry” Kedes, Molecular Geneticist, Dies at 83
Amanda Heidt | Apr 26, 2021
In addition to isolating the first protein-coding gene from a eukaryote, Kedes furthered scientists’ understanding of actin genes and also laid the foundations for modern DNA databases such as GenBank.
Cones Derived from Human Stem Cells Help Mice See: Study
Cones Derived from Human Stem Cells Help Mice See: Study
Marcus A. Banks | Apr 23, 2021
Researchers insert functioning cone photoreceptors into the retinas of mice with advanced eye disease, improving their vision.
No Transgenerational Effects of Chernobyl Radiation Found
No Transgenerational Effects of Chernobyl Radiation Found
Abby Olena | Apr 22, 2021
The genomes of the children of people exposed to fallout from the Chernobyl nuclear accident appear to carry no trace of the incident.
3D Bead-Beating Technology Improves Homogenization
3D Bead-Beating Technology Improves Homogenization
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Apr 20, 2021
Optimizing sample preparation quality and efficiency
Cancer Cells Could Travel Through the Interstitium: Study
Cancer Cells Could Travel Through the Interstitium: Study
Marcus A. Banks | Apr 19, 2021
The continuous network of fluid-filled compartments crosses organ barriers and might serve as a conduit for tumor cells to spread.
Harnessing Stem Cells to Model Neurological Disorders
Harnessing Stem Cells to Model Neurological Disorders
The Scientist Creative Services Team | Apr 15, 2021
Dietary Spermidine Boosts Cognition in Insects and Rodents
Dietary Spermidine Boosts Cognition in Insects and Rodents
Ruth Williams | Apr 15, 2021
Mice and flies given the polyamine in their diet have increased brain cell metabolism and cognitive function, and epidemiological data hints at a similar benefit in humans.