Exploring cannabis as a medicine from its ancient origins to present day
Step into the wonderful world of microbes, where good and bad are just different standpoints
The visual indicator could help eye doctors and patients readily determine whether medications are where they should be
Researchers use mobile app to identify and track symptom relief
With centipede venom research, the key obstacle is the availability of venoms for research purposes
With the medical marijuana industry continuing to grow, labs that produce or test cannabis aren’t exactly rare
Researchers have created a model that may explain the complexities of the origins of life. Their work, which appears in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, offers new insights into how RNA signaling likely developed into the modern “genetic code.”
“Helper cells” improve survival rate of transplanted stem cells, mouse study finds.
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have found a way to apply a powerful new DNA-editing technology more broadly than ever before.
An internal review has discovered that, over five years, a medicine lab at the University of Utah "recklessly" fiddled with data in 11 papers.