A Noninvasive Way to Control Individual Brain Regions
Researchers use a combination of ultrasound waves, genetic engineering, and synthetic drugs to switch specific neurons on and off in mice.
A Noninvasive Way to Control Individual Brain Regions
A Noninvasive Way to Control Individual Brain Regions

Researchers use a combination of ultrasound waves, genetic engineering, and synthetic drugs to switch specific neurons on and off in mice.

Researchers use a combination of ultrasound waves, genetic engineering, and synthetic drugs to switch specific neurons on and off in mice.

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Virus-Mimicking Drug Boosts Resistance to Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Virus-Mimicking Drug Boosts Resistance to Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria
Catherine Offord | Feb 24, 2016
Researchers identify a molecule that protects antibiotic-treated mice from an opportunistic bacterial infection.
Blocking HIV
Blocking HIV
Jef Akst | Feb 19, 2015
A synthetic antibody prevents infection in four monkeys injected with heavy doses of the virus.
New “Legal Highs” On The Rise
New “Legal Highs” On The Rise
Dan Cossins | Jun 27, 2013
Amateur chemists are creating new recreational drugs at such a rate that governments cannot keep up.
 
Sidestepping the Synthetic Drug Ban
Bob Grant | Jul 16, 2012
Chemists are already finding ways to circumvent a new federal law cracking down on marijuana and methamphetamine mimics.