05 April, 2020
A protein hijacked from a bacterial pathogen helps to facilitate more precise genome editing in plants.
26 March, 2020
The conversion of skin cells into brain cells relies on proper insertion of L1 elements.
22 March, 2020
A framework that helps marine scientists select localized carbon dioxide levels for experiments aims to improve robustness in global warming studies.
16 March, 2020
E-selectin is grown in silkworms for the first time, revealing new aspects of its binding dynamics.
15 March, 2020
A Cas protein that cleaves viral RNA has been harnessed in a CRISPR/Cas system to destroy prolific viral infections in crop plants.
19 February, 2020
First evidence that animal DNA methylation patterns can be passed to the next generation.
16 February, 2020
Carbon dioxide bubbles could be a fast and environmentally friendly way to unclog seawater filters and keep the supply of drinking water flowing.
10 February, 2020
03 February, 2020
With about half the world’s population living close to the coast, using seawater to flush toilets could be possible with a salt-tolerant bacterium.
26 January, 2020
Laser-based microscopes can tune into multiple biomolecular signatures found in cancer cells.
08 January, 2020
Ultraviolet light could thwart antimicrobial resistance by damaging DNA material in wastewater.
06 January, 2020
A machine learning method has identified highly elusive amino acid sequences involved in cell morphogenesis and adhesion and in diseases like cancer.
26 December, 2019
A newly discovered plant metabolite that promotes anchor root growth may prove valuable in helping crops grow in nutrient-deficient soils.
16 December, 2019
Medical diagnostic device extracts energy from sugars naturally present in the body to drive its glucose-sensing circuitry.
05 December, 2019
Identifying genes that confer resistance to leaf rust infections could help generate durably resistant cereal crops.
02 December, 2019
Factors influencing the tolerance of barley to saline soils have been uncovered using an advanced robust statistical technique.
27 November, 2019
Plant scientist Salim Al-Babili and his team are working across many fronts to save sub-Saharan African cereal crops from a menacing weed.