Keeping the tiny "brains" flat enabled researchers to follow the process of wrinkling, step by step
Multiple new and unusual bacterial defense mechanisms could lead to new biotech tools
Genetic barcodes are used to quantify crucial populations in a coral reef ecosystem
Dr. Schraga Schwartz and his group are revealing in unprecedented detail a mechanism for controlling gene activity
Scoliosis may be linked to problems with our "sixth sense"
New developments in genetic databases will make it easier than ever to identify the molecular basis of disease
Genes that are mostly active in one sex or the other may play a crucial role in our evolution and health
Slowing ribosomes as they "enter" the RNA highway keeps protein production flowing
How does a sperm cell become an "individual?"
Stuck proteins may contribute to aging