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Apr 30, 2014

In the Age of the Microbiome blog post which initiated this series we introduced the spectacular potential that the microbiome offers for drug...

Apr 28, 2014

Elena Simon is just an average teenage girl, one who enjoys dancing and acting, and plans on attending Harvard in the fall to study computer...

Apr 22, 2014

DNA has often been likened to a book, with a set of instructions written in A’s, T’s, C’s, and G’s. But even if the contents of the book are known...

Apr 17, 2014

We recently talked about how Green Fluorescent Protein, restriction enzymes, and CRISPR are invaluable products of basic research. These...

Apr 9, 2014

Over the course of the last century we’ve had the age of antibiotics, the genetic revolution, transplantation and immunotherapy, each of which...

Mar 26, 2014

Whenever it is announced that budgets must be tightened, it is often scientists performing basic research who are among the first to be called to...

Mar 24, 2014

The increasing awareness of the scientific research community on the importance of open access and openscience has given rise to a new funding...

Mar 20, 2014

While we previously discussed how rare disease research has dramatically increased in both academic and industrial research, clinical trials of...

Mar 18, 2014

Computational drug discovery has reduced the time and money required for research and development while increasing the potential number of drug...

Mar 12, 2014

Last year, Scientist announced our winners for the Rare Disease Challenge, as part of our efforts to raise awareness for rare diseases. We know how...