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Source:Scientific American Health & Medicine
Cells in the body don’t always play nicely together. Could co-opting their competitive nature help to unlock cutting-edge therapies?
Source:The New York Times
Dr. Angela Christiano and her colleagues have successfully sprouted new human hairs in the lab.
Over the past decade and a half, researchers in the Karsenty Lab have discovered that bones play a surprisingly active role in our physiology and health.
Researchers at Columbia University used transplanted stem cells to grow lungs in mice. Findings could lead to new options for lung transplant patients.
- October 29, 2019
2019 Research Highlights with Kelley Yan, MD, PhD
Source:American Museum of Natural HistoryOctober 28, 2019
How can the genome of a fruit fly or of a neanderthal provide us with insights of human diseases? Featuring genomic medicine researcher David Goldstein and neurogeneticist Mimi Shirasu-Hiza.
Source:NatureOctober 15, 2019
To fight cancer and ageing, biologists are looking at how cells evict, kill or cannibalize less-fit rivals.
Source:NewsweekSeptember 14, 2019
Gerard Karsenty, a geneticist at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center, is one of the scientists behind this decades-long exploration of fight-or-flight
Source:Science MagazineSeptember 12, 2019
A protein released from bone is involved in triggering the body’s reaction to stress
Source:The AtlanticJuly 25, 2019
New uses of stem cells and 3-D printing could make baldness obsolete (for the wealthy).