A scientist’s eye for detail catches mixed-up frog cells reassembling
Inflammation from a simple infection can awaken a silent genetic defect in rats that carry it, resulting in a deadly form of pulmonary hypertension, a study shows.
Harmful effects of e-cigarettes are heightened by cinnamon, menthol and other flavorings
Scientists have devised a blood-based test that accurately identified people with chronic fatigue syndrome, a new study reports.
An image of a mesa that came to a scientist in his sleep sparks insight into a deadly heart disorder
Surprising and sometimes strange biology fuels the future of medicine
Plans, dreams and day-to-day work for a team studying the sense of touch
The FAST program, led by Stanford graduate students, sparks a passion in teens for science careers
Paul and Mildred Berg establish endowed professorship and name biochemistry professor Mark Krasnow as its inaugural recipient