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Bacteria use a 'sense of touch' mechanism to navigate on surfaces

Bacteria use a 'sense of touch' mechanism to navigate on surfaces

Brain's "feel good" chemical messenger can be willfully manipulated, study shows

Brain's "feel good" chemical messenger can be willfully manipulated, study shows

Study brings scientists one step closer to solving the mystery of aging

Study brings scientists one step closer to solving the mystery of aging

Researchers develop a transferrable and integrative type I CRISPR-based platform to edit superbugs

Researchers develop a transferrable and integrative type I CRISPR-based platform to edit superbugs

Researchers identify an unexpected effect for already characterized active substances

Researchers identify an unexpected effect for already characterized active substances

Scientists uncover the early assembly of gamma-secretase involved in plaque production

Scientists uncover the early assembly of gamma-secretase involved in plaque production

Artificial intelligence tool enriches a gold-mine in cancer genomics

Artificial intelligence tool enriches a gold-mine in cancer genomics

Cell-analysis method could pave the way for new vaccine strategies against tuberculosis

Cell-analysis method could pave the way for new vaccine strategies against tuberculosis

Study increases knowledge of the genetics behind aortic aneurysm

Study increases knowledge of the genetics behind aortic aneurysm

Innovative testing platform could enable more precise, personalized immunotherapy

Innovative testing platform could enable more precise, personalized immunotherapy

Llama ‘nanobodies’ have the potential to outwit human cytomegalovirus

Llama ‘nanobodies’ have the potential to outwit human cytomegalovirus

New blood test could help predict the severity of COVID-19 symptoms

New blood test could help predict the severity of COVID-19 symptoms

Finding most promising targets for pan-coronavirus drugs

Finding most promising targets for pan-coronavirus drugs

Researchers use nanoparticles as heaters to manipulate the electrical activity of neurons

Researchers use nanoparticles as heaters to manipulate the electrical activity of neurons

Researchers develop a cell culture test to detect substances that harm the placenta and embryo

Researchers develop a cell culture test to detect substances that harm the placenta and embryo

Research focuses on ways to enhance gluten-free products

Research focuses on ways to enhance gluten-free products

Researchers identify immune protein linked to rare neurodegenerative disease

Researchers identify immune protein linked to rare neurodegenerative disease

Traditional Japanese dish may hold an answer to COVID-19

Traditional Japanese dish may hold an answer to COVID-19

Researchers propose new scoring system for assessing wound healing dynamics

Researchers propose new scoring system for assessing wound healing dynamics

Scientists seek to block pathogen’s most reliable weapon to cause severe malaria

Scientists seek to block pathogen’s most reliable weapon to cause severe malaria