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Tracking Drugs: A More Efficient Method to Quantify Drug Circulation

Tracking Drugs: A More Efficient Method to Quantify Drug Circulation

Art by Ellie Gabriel. Searching through Nanoparticle Libraries In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, clinical trials for potential drugs and treatments have never seemed more paramount. Scientists must carefully evaluate a drug’s interactions within the body and observe possible

Eyes on the Road: Designing sensors for self-driving cars that see through rain, sleet, and snow

Eyes on the Road: Designing sensors for self-driving cars that see through rain, sleet, and snow

The future of the automobile industry depends on the in­novations of imaging sensors used in autonomous vehicles. Soon, more cars on the road will be self-driven with greater ac­curacy and spatial awareness than ever before. One challenge of autonomous cars

Secrets of Mosquito Spit: Salivary gland protein mosGILT has anti-malarial therapeutic potential

Secrets of Mosquito Spit: Salivary gland protein mosGILT has anti-malarial therapeutic potential

If you have ever been bitten by a mosquito, you might already know that the red bump on your skin is your body’s immune response to the injected mosquito saliva. It turns out that when mosquitoes land on you, they

Undergraduate Profiles: Isaac Robinson and Lucky Yona

Undergraduate Profiles: Isaac Robinson and Lucky Yona

Improving Healthcare One Hackathon at a Time Meet Bené. Bené casually asks, “How was your day?” You might pause to collect your thoughts before responding, or perhaps an exciting event comes to mind immediately. Bené carefully observes you, taking note

Divergence

Divergence

The Molecular and Cellular Basis of the Human Brain Evolution Millions of years have passed since humans parted ways with our closest nonhuman primates on the evolutionary pathway. During this time, humans have developed languages and writing skills, harnessed fire

Professor Spotlight: Professor Jim Mayer wins 2018 ACS Award in Inorganic Chemistry

Professor Spotlight: Professor Jim Mayer wins 2018 ACS Award in Inorganic Chemistry

Professor Jim Mayer was recently named one of the winners of the 2018 ACS Award in Inorganic Chemistry and has published multiple papers in 2017. His lab focuses on synthesis of new molecules, analysis of their structure and properties, and study of their chemical reactivity.

Nature and Nurture: Reclassifying diseases by genetic and environmental factors

Nature and Nurture: Reclassifying diseases by genetic and environmental factors

A comparison of genetic and environmental correlations between twenty-nine diseases reveals unforeseen similarities that transform both the classification and potentially treatments of complex diseases.