This year’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to researchers who made it possible to see proteins and other biomolecules at an atomic level of detail.
Three U.S. biologists share the Nobel Prize in Medicine for their research into the molecular mechanism that drives circadian rhythm.
To create a good living replica of the human brain, your best hope may be to let “organoid” components assemble it for you.
The legendary marine biologist discusses why she’s excited about the coming era of ocean science, the shortsightedness of maritime exploitation and diving in the Arctic in her 80s.
To assess the ocean’s health, ecology’s “rugged individualists” learned to get with the big data program.
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