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With the spectre of climate change looming and a population predicted to reach almost 10 billion by 2050, developing a sustainable food system to cope with these challenges is imperative.
In the 1930s, neurosurgeon Wilder Penfield pioneered a daring new kind of cartography. As a stenographer took notes, he delicately touched an electrode to the exposed brains of his awake, consenting patients and asked what they felt as electrical current hit different areas.
A strategy for fighting dengue fever with bacteria-armed mosquitoes has passed its most rigorous test yet: a large, randomized, controlled trial.
Faced with short supplies of COVID-19 vaccines and unforeseen side effects, some countries have adopted an unproven strategy: switching shots midstream.
By rewriting the genome of Escherichia coli, researchers incorporated several unnatural amino acids into bacterial proteins.
The COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech appears to put young men at elevated risk of developing a heart muscle inflammation called myocarditis, researchers in Israel say.
Researchers are searching for possible links between unusual clotting and the Oxford–AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine.
Despite dire warnings, a stockpile of ready compounds to fight viral pandemics was sorely lacking. Can drugmakers finally do the right thing?