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  • A Belizean high school student preparing insect samples for collection. | Marissa Bellino When science educators Stephen Harris and Marissa Bellino held weekend field research sessions around New York City for public high-school students, every student in the class would show up, and even kids who...
  • Antibodies (pink) zoom toward a T cell (gray, with CTLA-4 receptor proteins shown in light blue), giving the T cell a push to attack tumor cells. In 2013, new therapies targeting the immune system to treat cancer surged ahead, with promising but still preliminary results in people with many forms...
  • Mnemiopsis leidyi , a species of comb jelly. Courtesy of Stefan Siebert, Brown University Which critters sit at the base of the animal family tree? Now, a study in the 13 December issue of Science provides the first-ever genome sequence of a creature called a comb jelly (a member of the phylum...
  • Daniel Streicker | Courtesy of Nancy Evelyn For his novel research using viral infections in bats to help answer questions about how infectious diseases jump between species, Daniel G. Streicker has been named the 2013 Grand Prize winner of the Science & SciLifeLab Prize for Young Scientists...