Researchers have found that a specific gene plays an important role in suppressing lymphoma, a type of blood cell cancer.
Scientists have revealed that Langerhans cells consist of two cell types, a finding that may be important in the design of drugs against infections and cancer.
Scientists have developed an integrated circuit chip with record-low power consumption for direct recording of brain activity.
Researchers may be one step closer to finding new superconductors with the discovery that two distinctly different iron-based compounds share common mechanisms for moving electrons.
Scientists have discovered the first solid evidence for astrophysical neutrinos, which will lead to new ways of exploring the universe.
Researchers in Japan and Australia have made a breakthrough in scalability for ‘circuit boards’ of a quantum computer made out of laser light.
Researchers have discovered a promising treatment for osteoporosis called picolinic acid, which rescued bone from menopause-associated osteoporosis in animal studies.
Researchers have successfully targeted a signaling pathway to kill blood cancer cells in adult and childhood leukemia.
Scientists have revealed new insights into how cells organize and form an early mammalian embryo.
Australian scientists have identified the fundamental role of STAT3, a protein at the center of an important signaling network.