A new international project combines nanoscience and mechanics with biology in a new approach to biomedical research
Survival of the fittest in the lab: 300 generations of bacteria evolve to cope with test-tube conditions
Research answers question: Why do nerve cell bundles “camp” near the invasive front of colon cancer tumors?
Glowing eerily in the lab, molecular “traffic lights” reveal a sophisticated, living information-processing system
A protein that signals cells to stick together might help prevent, and even reverse, metastasis
Some patterns repeat themselves in all sorts of natural networks, from genes to food chains