Joining the tens of thousands of demonstrators worldwide was inspiring to a U-M grad student. Here, she shares her experience — and what ought to happen next.
Basic Science and Laboratory Research
Why do so many babies fall victim to infections that invade the gut, but others don’t? Research in germ-free mice yields important clues.
When it comes to understanding the human body, seeing is believing. Now, a new website allows teachers and students anywhere to look through a “virtual microscope.”
A new mathematical model aims to combine the “beauty” of mathematics with biology to set the stage for future discovery.
Bacteria in the lungs may play a major role in disease — and health. Researchers have just mapped where the bacteria are and how they arrived, paving the way for more discoveries about the lung microbiome.
A new discovery helps explain how multiple DNA differences can lead to development of the same disease: type 2 diabetes.