Researchers say they can grow large amounts of the transplantable tissue using cells from a small number of donors.
In the midst of a “crisis” in the ability to replicate the results of laboratory research, a European consortium has conducted a large-scale animal study that closely mimics a human clinical trial.
Linda Mobula had harrowing on-the-ground experiences caring for Ebola patients in Liberia before arriving in Washington for her fellowship. As a fellow today at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), she continues to be at the forefront of the fight against the ravaging disease.
Science Magazine's annual Breakthrough of the Year contest asks readers to pick what they think should be the most important scientific discovery.
The 29th annual meeting of the AAAS Caribbean Division will convene in San Juan, Puerto Rico on 20 September.
As autism prevalence rises, early behavioral intervention is key, experts say, and insights on brain signaling could lead to new treatments