Transplanting healthy human feces became a breakthrough treatment for C. diff infection. Now researchers ask—can it do more?
More than marvels of biological architecture, structures within the cell nucleus may be intertwined with aging itself.
The science of senescence has struggled to translate life-extending research from animals to people. Now the pace is quickening.
The long search for a blood substitute could take a major step forward this year.
A discovery about the “tails” of tuberculosis antibodies may help in the fight against other diseases as well
Author Mike Jay discusses the improbably poetic rise of nitrous oxide.
Helping patients in pain often means prescribing opioid drugs, which can be dangerous. New research looks into alternatives.
The best place to observe the building blocks of the human body might be in outer space.
Fifty years ago, Terje Lømo made a breakthrough in how we understand learning and memory.
New gene-editing techniques let researchers create precisely the laboratory animals they need—but at what ethical cost?
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