Ellyn Lapointe • November 10, 2022
Global health advocate Zain Rizvi pushes for upheaval of intellectual property laws
Mark D. Kaufman • February 17, 2017
Chimpanzee research was once done for the benefit of humans. Now, some researchers think it’s essential for saving the great apes.
Rebecca Harrington • November 26, 2014
Newly completed clinical trials show the vaccine works, but perhaps not well enough
Lily Hay Newman • October 15, 2012
Much-anticipated trial produces mixed results
Scienceline Editors • July 29, 2011
Our favorite from the week
Zach Gottlieb • February 26, 2010
Studies Show Childhood Vaccination Exemptions May Be Overused, Create Larger Public Health Problems
Frederik Joelving • June 1, 2009
After decades of abandonment, an unlikely experimental malaria vaccine is stirring again, promising to outshine all other candidates in the pharmaceutical pipeline.
Victoria Stern • November 17, 2008
Asks Alex from Philadelphia
Andrew Grant • July 25, 2008
A court with no judge, no jury and a controversial treatment of science takes center stage in the autism-vaccine debate.
Karina Hamalainen • June 12, 2008
I had no idea that vaccines could be green…until Jenny McCarthy told me so. And she’s singing a new verse to an old song — the theory that vaccines cause […]
Andrew Grant • June 11, 2008
Today Scienceline features an article about a recently discovered cell in the immune system called T helper cell 17 (Th17). It appears to play a key role in autoimmune disorders, […]
Jeremy Hsu • February 23, 2007
- asks Ellie Robinson