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Posts From Tony Leche

Targeting Tumors with RNA: An elegant collaboration between RNA structure and immunology

Targeting Tumors with RNA: An elegant collaboration between RNA structure and immunology

Cancer is the second-largest killer in America and one of the most difficult diseases to treat. How do we possibly target cancer cells when they appear almost exactly the same as our own healthy cells? Recently, two Yale research groups

Undergraduate Profile: Nicole Eskow (PC ’19)

Undergraduate Profile: Nicole Eskow (PC ’19)

Looking forward in cancer biology Nicole Eskow (PC ’19) has always been asking questions. “After losing both of my grandmothers to cancer at a young age, I began to inquire about cancers and where these diseases originate,” Eskow said. Determined

Wrap it, Wear it, Robotic?

Wrap it, Wear it, Robotic?

What if there existed a gadget that could take an inanimate object and turn it into life? Researchers at Yale have been imagining and working on robotic skins that do just this. Rebecca Kramer-Bottiglio, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering &