Image Of The Day: Predatory Protists
Image Of The Day: Predatory Protists
The protist Rhodelphis limneticus bears little resemblance to its close genetic relative, red algae.
Image Of The Day: Predatory Protists
Image Of The Day: Predatory Protists

The protist Rhodelphis limneticus bears little resemblance to its close genetic relative, red algae.

The protist Rhodelphis limneticus bears little resemblance to its close genetic relative, red algae.

induced pluripotent stem cell, cell & molecular biology, microbiology
Image of the Day: Itch to Scratch
Image of the Day: Itch to Scratch
Nicoletta Lanese | Jul 17, 2019
Blocking a key receptor in itch-detecting neurons could quell chronic conditions.
Image of the Day: Fly Eye
Image of the Day: Fly Eye
Chia-Yi Hou | Jul 16, 2019
See a developing Drosophila eye.
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
The Scientist Staff | Jul 15, 2019
Selected Images of the Day from the-scientist.com
Laura Bowers Works to Sever the Link Between Obesity and Cancer
Laura Bowers Works to Sever the Link Between Obesity and Cancer
Shawna Williams | Jul 15, 2019
The Purdue University nutrition researcher delves into the details of how fat tissue affects tumors.
Infographic: Gut Microbes Change How Well Drugs Work
Infographic: Gut Microbes Change How Well Drugs Work
Shawna Williams | Jul 15, 2019
Our resident bacteria can affect the activity of immunotherapies and other medicines in the body.
How the Microbiome Influences Drug Action
How the Microbiome Influences Drug Action
Shawna Williams | Jul 15, 2019
Through their effects on metabolism and immunity, bacteria in the gut affect whether medications will be effective for a given patient.
Researchers Identify Gut Microbes to Help Malnourished Kids Recover
Researchers Identify Gut Microbes to Help Malnourished Kids Recover
Ashley P. Taylor | Jul 12, 2019
Calories aren’t enough to correct malnourishment, but eating foods that spur specific microbes to grow in the gut can.
Bone and the Microbiome Have a Brittle Relationship
Bone and the Microbiome Have a Brittle Relationship
Kerry Grens | Jul 12, 2019
Animal studies and a few small clinical trials show it’s possible to get commensal microbes to protect against bone loss, rather than contribute to it.
Image of the Day: Living Art
Image of the Day: Living Art
Chia-Yi Hou | Jul 12, 2019
Swirls of bacteria form on an agar plate.