CAR-T could revolutionize cancer treatment. It can also be fatal

Nearly 70 years after the invention of chemotherapy, new treatments still come with dangerous risks

Kevin Pels

Chemical Biology

The Scripps Research Institute

How I realized that LGBT+ scientists like me can inspire others in their field

Far too many LGBT+ scientists still report fear in their workplaces, but I have hope for change

Andrew Scarpelli

Molecular Biology

National Louis University


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How machine learning is helping neuroscientists understand the brain

An expert argues that neuroscience is using the wrong metaphors

Daniel Bear


Stanford University


Can we reverse the effects of drugs on developing brains?

These researchers are trying to find out

Lauren Mackenzie Reynolds


McGill University


How theater, startup culture, and business history helped us become better neuroscientists

The sciences would benefit enormously from applying lessons from art and business

Gonรงalo Lopes


Sainsbury Wellcome Centre

Danbee Kim

Comparative Neuroscience

Champalimaud Foundation


5 facts about Rosalind Franklin, DNA pioneer

She helped discover DNA, got snubbed by her contemporaries, and kept right on going

Alireza Edraki

Evolutionary Biology

University of Massachusetts Medical School


Biodiversity doesn't just arise out of healthy ecosystems. It helps create them

Why researchers are starting to think differently about biodiversity

Cassie Freund


Wake Forest University


My 'basic' fruit fly research could help save lives

Politicians like Sarah Palin love to mock it, but here's why we should all support 'basic' research

Gregory Logan-Graf

Cell Biology

Carnegie Mellon University


International collaboration is the best way to understand the complexities of the brain

Why neuroscientists are creating their own CERN to understand the mind together

Maya Emmons-Bell

Developmental Biology

UC Berkeley

We know how to fight wildfires effectively. Why don't we do it?

Prescribed burns lessen the damage, but the risk repels lawmakers

Michael Graw

Microbial Ecology

Oregon State University


The psychedelic renaissance is here. Will it last this time?

To avoid the mistakes of the past, scientists and society need to open their minds

Benjamin Bell


Johns Hopkins University


Ashley Juavinett


Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory


How this beautiful, invasive jellyfish adapts to dominate foreign ecosystems

My team combined work in the field and the lab to understanding how comb jellies work

Kelsey Lucas

Physiology, Marine Biology, and Ecology

Harvard University


We know terrifyingly little about how our bodies respond to pollutants, but that's changing

Fish DNA can change in response to pollution. What about the rest of us?

Anna Robuck

Marine Science

University of Rhode Island

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