Beware, several factors point to a potentially deadlier flu season this winter.
Issue 11, Volume 112
The coronavirus pandemic generates interest in using nanotechnology as a potential antiviral treatment.
Issue 9, Volume 112
The successful implantation of a pig kidney in a human patient creates the possibility of a steady supply of pig-organs that can satisfy the increasingly high demand for organs.
Issue 7, Volume 112
New findings suggest sponges may be the evolutionary precursor for the modern nervous system in humans and animals.
Issue 6, Volume 112
New studies offer insight into how COVID-19 affects the brain but also raise questions about potential permanent brain damage.
Issue 5, Volume 112
A controversial Alzheimer’s drug, aducanumab, made its way to the market, but it isn’t so clear if it provides any cognitive benefits.
Issue 3, Volume 112
Two weeks is no longer the limit for human embryo experimentation and here’s what it could mean.
Issue 2, Volume 112
Scientists have determined poor neural connections and certain genes to be responsible for stuttering.
Issue 1, Volume 112
A 58-year-old afflicted with blindness sees light and images for the first time in 40 years after being treated with optogenetics, a new type of gene therapy.
Issue 17, Volume 111
While cement is responsible for infrastructures all around the world, it is also responsible for a considerable carbon footprint.
Issue 16, Volume 111