Cell therapy, which is already being used in experiments against several forms of tumors, could also be used in the near future to treat Crohn’s disease.
Researchers from the MIT of Boston have been inspired by the biological mechanisms of the pufferfish to create a certain type of pill for diagnostic and curative purposes.
The female brain ages slower than the male brain of the same age by approximately three years.
A new area of study could offer unprecedented solutions in the fight against cancer, namely that of attempting to unhinge the circadian rhythms of diseased cells.
The story told by the historian of science Laura Snyder is one that starts a long time ago. To be precise, it begins on June 24, 1833, when the British Association for the Advancement of Science [...]
In this memorable TED Conference, the neuroscientist Beau Lotto tackles a very important subject. As science and philosophy has taught us for centuries, seeing “things as they are” - the reality [...]
Her name is Irina Kareva and she is a young scientist that uses mathematical models applied to biology and, in particular, to the development of anti-cancer drugs. Her research has great [...]