Eyeless <em>C. elegans</em> Perceives Colors: Study
Eyeless C. elegans Perceives Colors: Study
The roundworm uses cues from visible light to help avoid eating toxic bacteria with a distinguishing hue.
Eyeless C. elegans Perceives Colors: Study
Eyeless C. elegans Perceives Colors: Study

The roundworm uses cues from visible light to help avoid eating toxic bacteria with a distinguishing hue.

The roundworm uses cues from visible light to help avoid eating toxic bacteria with a distinguishing hue.

physiology
Impact of Running Reaches Marrow to Spark Bone Growth in Mice
Impact of Running Reaches Marrow to Spark Bone Growth in Mice
Emma Yasinski | Mar 2, 2021
A study offers a new explanation for how exercise strengthens bones and the immune system.
Ten Minute Sabbatical
Ten Minute Sabbatical
The Scientist Staff | Mar 1, 2021
Take a break from the bench to puzzle and peruse.
Thousands of Sea Turtles Immobilized by Brutal Texas Winter Storm
Thousands of Sea Turtles Immobilized by Brutal Texas Winter Storm
Lisa Winter | Feb 18, 2021
Volunteers have been working around the clock to rescue the animals found stunned on the beach.
Organoids Repair Bile Ducts
Organoids Repair Bile Ducts
Abby Olena | Feb 18, 2021
Researchers determined that when introduced into damaged mouse or donated human livers, these lab-grown tissues could integrate into bile ducts and function normally.
Nutrition Researchers Can Determine What You&rsquo;ve Been Eating
Nutrition Researchers Can Determine What You’ve Been Eating
Amber Dance | Dec 1, 2020
The study of diet, long plagued by inaccuracies in self reports, is entering a new age of precision with the methods of metabolomics.
Infographic: Deciphering Diet from Blood and Urine Samples
Infographic: Deciphering Diet from Blood and Urine Samples
Amber Dance | Dec 1, 2020
Nutrition researchers are beginning to use metabolomics to determine how healthy subjects’ diets are, and even to reveal specific properties of the foods they eat.
Blood Transplants from Active Mice Give Brain Boost to Others
Blood Transplants from Active Mice Give Brain Boost to Others
Lisa Winter | Jul 12, 2020
The researchers behind the results propose that an exercise-induced protein in circulation is responsible for the benefits.
Marine Biologist and Inventor John Kanwisher Dies
Marine Biologist and Inventor John Kanwisher Dies
Nancy Kanwisher | May 21, 2020
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution scientist developed telemetry devices to study animals’ physiology in the wild.
New Discoveries in Human Anatomy
New Discoveries in Human Anatomy
Diana Kwon | Feb 18, 2020
Using advanced microscopy and imaging techniques, scientists have revealed new parts of the human body and overturned previous misconceptions.