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June 13, 2023
New algorithm cleans microbiome data with unprecedented efficiency
The algorithm, dubbed SCRuB, can distinguish native bacteria and viruses from contaminants—a powerful tool for researchers working with the microbiome.
June 1, 2023
36 students receive Ph.D.s at Rockefeller’s 65th convocation
With this week’s ceremony, Rockefeller has granted Ph.D.s in bioscience to 1,431 students. In addition, Ingrid Daubechies, Marc W. Kirschner, and Evelyn G. Lipper received honorary doctor of science degrees.
May 31, 2023
Studying the cleanup crew of the genome to illuminate a rare disease
Agata Smogorzewska investigates the handful of DNA repair mechanisms that attempt to correct problems, errors, and breakdowns.
May 30, 2023
Lab-grown mini lungs could accelerate the study of respiratory diseases
The labs of Ali Brivanlou and Charles M. Rice collaborated to refine a cell culture technology platform that grows genetically identical lung buds from human embryonic stem cells.
May 23, 2023
A new approach to Alzheimer’s is unfolding
Despite decades of scientific struggle, progress been excruciatingly slow. But the tide is turning.
May 11, 2023
The shape of things to come
Thanks to cryo-em, the breakthroughs are coming faster than ever for Jue Chen. She explains the exciting applications for medicine and science.
May 10, 2023
The clearest snapshot of human genomic diversity ever taken
The human reference genome has always been a remarkable but flawed tool. A new "pangenome" aims to correct its oversights and omissions.
May 1, 2023
Behind the formation and protection of microtubules
Research shed light on the process by which the γ-Tubulin Ring Complex stabilizes microtubules, which may inform the study of developmental diseases and cancers.
April 25, 2023
Solving the mystery behind how nutrients enter cells
A new paper describes how choline is transported into the cell, with potentially sweeping implications for the study of rare diseases.
April 25, 2023
Maybe the virus isn't the problem
Why do some with COVID end up on ventilators while others get a scratchy throat—and yet others seem to have dodged the virus entirely? Answers are emerging from scientists around the globe.
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