Every year, 1 in 1,000 people with epilepsy dies suddenly. Scientists are using stem cells from children with rare seizure disorders to find answers and potentially guide treatment.
Basic Science and Laboratory Research
A new study in mice suggests that low-fiber diets prompt a gut bacteria response that may leave the colon vulnerable to infection.
As antibiotic resistance to the drugs used to treat UTIs grows, producing a vaccine to prevent them becomes more crucial. How one team is leading the way.
She rowed her way to gold in the Rio Olympics. And both she and her adviser say it’s a great example of why grad students shouldn’t hesitate to ask for time off.
A new discovery about a common and potentially deadly bacterium could one day pave the way for new, needed antibiotics.
Serotonin may motivate fruit flies to search for protein-rich foods. This, in turn, may explain something about how food affects longevity.