Glass dishes of blue liquid
Study Finds Reproducibility Issues in High-Impact Cancer Papers
Researchers involved in an eight-year project to reproduce the findings of more than 50 high-impact papers struggled to get enough information to even carry out most of the experiments.
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Study Finds Reproducibility Issues in High-Impact Cancer Papers
Study Finds Reproducibility Issues in High-Impact Cancer Papers

Researchers involved in an eight-year project to reproduce the findings of more than 50 high-impact papers struggled to get enough information to even carry out most of the experiments.

Researchers involved in an eight-year project to reproduce the findings of more than 50 high-impact papers struggled to get enough information to even carry out most of the experiments.

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Mary Jeanne Kreek, heroin, addiction, methadone, drug addiction, The Rockefeller University,
Mary Jeanne Kreek, Methadone Developer, Dies at 84
Asher Jones | Mar 31, 2021
A physician and neurobiologist at the Rockefeller University who specialized in addiction research, Kreek was best known for her work on developing the treatment for heroin addiction.
An Alternative Route to Anesthesia-Induced Anaphylaxis
Ruth Williams | Jul 10, 2019
A study in patients identifies a nontraditional immune pathway that can cause a severe reaction to anesthetic drugs.
Don Ingber engineered cystic fibrosis airway chips that recapitulate patient symptoms.
A New Model of Lung Disease Paves the Way for Personalized Treatments
Nele Haelterman, PhD | May 9, 2022
Scientists engineered a lung-on-a-chip model from patient cells that mimics cystic fibrosis.
Chemogenetics Method Uses Anti-Smoking Drug to Control Cells
Ruth Williams | Mar 14, 2019
A new set of engineered receptors responds to an FDA-approved drug to provide the most potent chemogenetic toolkit to date.
Will the Noninvasive Glucose Monitoring Revolution Ever Arrive?
Catherine Offord | Oct 12, 2017
A needle-free alternative to the finger-prick test would be a godsend for many sufferers of diabetes, but the industry has yet to clear the technological hurdles.
Human large intestine tissue under microscope view
Mini-Guts to the Rescue: Introducing 3-D Organoid Cell Cultures
The Scientist Creative Services Team, MilliporeSigma | Jan 19, 2022
A cost-effective 3-D organoid biobank provides a versatile translational research tool.
California Institutes to Merge
Jef Akst | Oct 25, 2016
The Scripps Research Institute will join forces with the California Institute for Biomedical Research.