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Grant funding for scientists at public and private institutions is as competitive and selective as it has ever been. An article in Science magazine earlier this year... Read More »
Daniel PorterThe history of scientific discovery is fraught with aberrations in the way science is "supposed" to go, and it seems cancer research is no exception. Many breakthrough discoveries have significant non-scientific "ulterior motives" -- maybe we need to embrace this reality and create a system that controls for it rather than fights against it?
May 23, 2012
Most common infectious diseases, which impact millions of people each year, are caused by bacteria and viruses that are either consumed through improperly... Read More »
A new nanotechnology breakthrough is helping scientists and oncologists evaluate why a certain subset of early-stage cancer cells, called cancer stem cells... Read More »
The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS, is one of the most pressing global health challenges of the past few decades. To date, 25 million... Read More »