Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Lucie Low, a project leader for Tissue Chips in Space, describes the experiments that are slated to blast off later this week.
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station

Lucie Low, a project leader for Tissue Chips in Space, describes the experiments that are slated to blast off later this week.

Lucie Low, a project leader for Tissue Chips in Space, describes the experiments that are slated to blast off later this week.

cell & molecular biology
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Q&A: Organs on a Chip Head to the International Space Station
Emma Yasinski | May 1, 2019
Lucie Low, a project leader for Tissue Chips in Space, describes the experiments that are slated to blast off later this week.
Robert Murphy Bets Self-Driving Instruments Will Crack Biology’s Mysteries
Robert Murphy Bets Self-Driving Instruments Will Crack Biology’s Mysteries
Shawna Williams | May 1, 2019
The Carnegie Mellon computational biologist thinks machine learning algorithms can direct high-throughput experiments to solve the field’s unanswered questions.
Deep Learning Algorithms Identify Structures in Living Cells
Deep Learning Algorithms Identify Structures in Living Cells
Diana Kwon | May 1, 2019
Researchers are using artificial intelligence to pick out the features of brightfield microscopy images.
Image of the Day: Cone Preservation
Image of the Day: Cone Preservation
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 30, 2019
Researchers treat mice with retinitis pigmentosa using a gene therapy that reduces cone loss.
Image of the Day: Powerful Protein
Image of the Day: Powerful Protein
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 25, 2019
An experiment tests whether a protein treatment can help hematopoietic stem cells recover after mice are exposed to radiation.
Image of the Day: Colorful Colonoids
Image of the Day: Colorful Colonoids
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 18, 2019
Organoids grown from a mouse’s colon will be used to screen drugs for colorectal cancer.
Circulation and Cell Function Revived in Dead Pigs’ Brains
Circulation and Cell Function Revived in Dead Pigs’ Brains
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 17, 2019
Researchers develop a system to deliver synthetic blood to isolated brains hours after death.
Image of the Day: New Growth
Image of the Day: New Growth
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 12, 2019
Injection of a hydrogel that mechanically resembles a blood clot promotes the growth of new blood vessels in mice.
Astronaut Study Shows Some Lasting Changes from Time in Space
Astronaut Study Shows Some Lasting Changes from Time in Space
Kerry Grens | Apr 11, 2019
Scott Kelly’s physiology, gene activity, and mental performance changed after time aboard the International Space Station, but mostly returned to normal once back on Earth.
Image of the Day: Macrophages in Action
Image of the Day: Macrophages in Action
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 5, 2019
Researchers watch cellular interactions in high definition as the immune cells absorb E. coli bacteria.