Posts in: Life Science

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Unlocking the Mystery of Red Tide

Unlocking the Mystery of Red Tide

After more than 20 years, researchers make a key discovery about red tide toxins, with some surprising applications.

By | Posted December 19, 2007

Playing Laser Tag with Tumor Cells

Playing Laser Tag with Tumor Cells

A new type of laser scan could detect cancer before it spreads too far.

By | Posted December 14, 2007

Analysis: New Twist in Stem Cell Debate

Analysis: New Twist in Stem Cell Debate

The Sound of Science. Listen to one scientist’s perspective on the new development of stem cells from human skin and a discussion about the ethical and political implications.

By | Posted December 12, 2007

The Antarctica Strain

The Antarctica Strain

Scientists show microbes can survive after 8 million years on ice.

By | Posted November 28, 2007

Snap, Crackle, Walk

Snap, Crackle, Walk

Listening to the brain to understand hand-eye coordination.

By | Posted November 16, 2007

SHERP Marks 25 Years with New Life

SHERP Marks 25 Years with New Life

Renowned geneticist, journalists and policy makers discuss the frontiers of science and journalism.

By | Posted November 7, 2007

Does the “Right Brain vs. Left Brain” Spinning Dancer Test Work?

Does the “Right Brain vs. Left Brain” Spinning Dancer Test Work?

– asks Aki from San Francisco

By | Posted October 29, 2007

Bringing Bioimaging Back

Bringing Bioimaging Back

An NYU lab uses designer nanoparticles to improve bioimaging.

By | Posted October 26, 2007

Is yawning contagious?

Is yawning contagious?

– asks Jamie from Wales

By | Posted September 24, 2007

Scinema: Breeding Mosquitoes

Scinema: Breeding Mosquitoes

Technician Jean Nonon grows mosquitoes for a living. Emily Driscoll and Ben Leach show you how he does it.

By | Posted September 18, 2007

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