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December 14, 2023
A CRISPR pioneer looks back as the first gene-editing therapy is approved
Luciano Marraffini’s research helped lay the groundwork for the newly FDA-approved CRISPR-based therapy for sickle cell anemia. He reflects on how we got here—and where the science is going next.
December 13, 2023
Innovative method identifies rare brain cell types for the first time
It also reduces the cost of a million single-cell transcriptomes from $10,000 to $700—and the time necessary down to about a day.
December 11, 2023
A new way of thinking about how organ architecture develops
By focusing on the emergent features of cell collectives, instead of individual cells, scientists forge a new path for understanding how organs develop their architecture.
December 11, 2023
Intriguing science discoveries of 2023
From plumbing the depths of wound repair to tackling how songbirds solve problems, here are some fascinating discoveries that came out of Rockefeller in 2023.
December 1, 2023
Rockefeller launches startup incubator
Carlo Yuvienco, the inaugural director of the university’s new Ford Center Incubator, on how the new space will help translate research breakthroughs into market-ready biomedical innovations.
November 22, 2023
Her scientific breakthrough took 5 years. Getting credit took decades.
Mojsov’s research directly led to blockbuster drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy. She talks about the long quest for proper credit and lessons that can be learned from her experience.
November 13, 2023
How bacteria recognize viral invasion and activate immune defenses
Bacteria have an array of strategies to counter viral invasion, but how they first spot a stranger in their midst has long been a mystery.
November 6, 2023
How the antioxidant glutathione keeps mitochondria healthy
“I believe this is going to be a very fruitful find. Every time people have studied nutrient sensing, we’ve learned a lot about biology, and many drugs have been developed as a result.”
October 31, 2023
New blood test could offer earlier detection of common deadly cancers
The low-cost multi-cancer detector can pick up the presence of a telltale protein in a tiny amount of blood in less than two hours.
October 30, 2023
The bacteria that may trigger multiple sclerosis
New research suggests that the long sought-after environmental trigger for MS is a toxin produced by certain C. perfringens bacteria.
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