A path to translation: How 3D patient tumor avatars enable next generation precision oncology
Expression of inducible factors reprograms CAR-T cells for enhanced function and safety
Largest-ever analysis finds genetic links to smoking and drinking
A study involving almost 3.4 million people with diverse ancestries has identified thousands of genetic variants associated with tobacco and alcohol use.
Degrowth can work — here’s how science can help
Wealthy countries can create prosperity while using less materials and energy if they abandon economic growth as an objective.
Moderna claims cancer vaccine success in trial of mRNA shot with Merck
Monoculture of cord-blood-derived CD34+ cells by an automated, membrane-based dynamic perfusion system with a novel cytokine cocktail
Novartis stays the course with cell therapy bet as competitors line up 'off-the-shelf' options
Intermittent Fasting Could Put Type 2 Diabetes Patients into Remission
Neuroscientists have created a mood decoder that can measure depression
Researchers implanted 14 electrodes into the brains of volunteers with depression. One says it saved his life.
Nuclear-fusion lab achieves ‘ignition’: what does it mean?
Researchers at the US National Ignition Facility created a reaction that made more energy than they put in.
Parkinson’s disease drug hunters think outside the α-synuclein box
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First ‘Vagina-on-a-Chip’ Will Help Researchers Test Drugs
A new chip re-creates the human vagina’s unique microbiome
Synthetic cytokine circuits that drive T cells into immune-excluded tumors
Gates, Bezos back $75M round for Synchron’s drill-free brain-computer interface implant
Cancer treatments boosted by immune-cell hacking
Precision-controlled CAR-T-cell immunotherapies could be used to tackle a range of tumour types.