With the first poliovirus case in nearly a decade being identified in New York, public health officials are now considering the possibility of a resurgence in the virus.
Issue 1, Volume 113
Lunar eclipses are a unique phenomenon with many distinct traits that were especially prominent in our most recent eclipse.
Issue 7, Volume 112
An innovative approach to immunotherapy by researchers at MIT treats tumor cells with cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs to trigger our immune system’s T-cells to attack the cancer cells.
Issue 5, Volume 112
Our body’s sugar cravings are a result of our brain’s built-in circuit system, but a hormone called FGF21 has been shown to suppress these cravings and counter the effect of dopamine.
Issue 4, Volume 112
In a recent study by a team of French researchers, a prototype for an artificial neuron has been made possible through nanofluidics. This prototype has even displayed the ability to retain artificial memories.
Issue 2, Volume 112
AstraZeneca’s seemingly bright future comes to an abrupt halt after recent reports of blood clots in those who have received the jab.
Issue 14, Volume 111
Assessing the causes and impacts of the U.S. West Coast’s recent wave of devastating wildfires.
Issue 3, Volume 111
Air quality reports taken during the quarantine have shown remarkable improvements in the environment.
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