This pressure sensor can maintain accuracy even when bent over a radius of 80 micrometers—twice the width of a human hair.
A study involving more than 70,000 women in Japan has shown that performing an ultrasound on top of the standard mammogram increases the sensitivity of breast cancer detection.
Two large scale genomic studies have helped identify strategies for developing more precise and effective treatments for breast cancer.
Researchers have mapped the genetic landscape of two distinct forms of fibroepithelial tumors, paving the way for more targeted screening and treatment.
It's been ten years since the launch of the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore. Professor Patrick Casey shares his thoughts on what the school has achieved and what lies ahead.
DBC1, which has recently been shown to decrease the stability of immune suppressing transcription factor FOXP3, could be a therapeutic target for autoimmune diseases.
Researchers have identified non-coding RNA that promotes resistance to estrogen-blocking drugs in breast cancer cell lines.
The acquisition of Ambrx adds bio-conjugation capabilities to the WuXi PharmaTech-led consortium.
A study in mice has revealed that the protein Orai1 is responsible for 50 percent of the calcium ions in a mother’s milk.