A common species of freshwater green algae is capable of removing certain endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) from wastewater
A study led by researchers at the University of Southampton has used data collected by volunteer bird watchers
Holm oaks are some of the most emblematic trees in Mediterranean forests and the most abundant ones on the Iberian Peninsula.
A 54-year-old man, after returning from a trip to Southeast Asia where he spent much of his holiday sunbathing, showed increased levels of creatinine
Disorder in proteins is vital for biological function, and structural disorder in protein is more pervasive than you might think. Proteins with disordered regions may also be sticky,
-Public health officials could soon be able to detect viruses in mosquitoes in the wild much more quickly and easily--thanks to the insect equivalent of a urine test.
Poor diet is responsible for more deaths globally than tobacco, high blood pressure, or any other health risk, according to a new scientific study
ALS researchers at the New York Genome Center (NYGC) have utilized new technologies for mapping gene expression in spinal cord
A standardized interdisciplinary clinical pathway to identify and manage frailty in older patients has reduced the rate of one of the most debilitating complications
About one in every 100 babies is born with some kind of developmental anomaly in the urogenital tract. In most cases abnormalities are mild, but sometimes life-long and even life-threatening disease develops.
Investigational vaccine designed to provide broad, durable protection from flu NIH/NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES
A currently approved epileptic drug to treat seizures has been modified by a University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus professor and is currently being used in a clinical trial in Australia for medically refractory epilepsy.