Category: Paper Features
Cancer cells: evading treatment by rebellion
Understanding why cancer patients relapse can pave the way for new treatments.
Why you should be a big fan of Orit Peleg’s model for beehive ventilation
Bees expertly solve the problem of too-hot hives all the time–Orit Peleg is studying how.
Friendly bacteria help us make the most of our dinner
The Han lab at CU Boulder has shown how bacteria help their host absorb iron.
Violent Crime Increases in Warm Weather
But more importantly, the FBI doesn’t know about flash drives
How scientists are using evolution against the bacteria that kill us
What Made ‘Fred’ a Mummy?
Egyptologists studying mummy preservation techniques are unraveling Egypt’s ancient past
Honey, bee nice to your friends
Bees in tree-hanging swarms will burden themselves for the good of the group.
You are what you breathe: how air pollution shapes our epigenomes
Research is rapidly populating this new frontier of biology to find out how gene expression is changed by environmental factors.
Scientists across the country map insects inside our homes: most use swabs, a handful use sequencers
Until recently, we didn’t know how many arthropods lived with us, or how those species were spread across the United States.
Listeria Lock Pickers: How bacteria act out our favorite heist movies
Tom Aunins interviews Dilara Batan about a recent paper on watching bacteria “pick the locks” on our cells.