Yale Researcher Shangqin Guo finds that speeding up cells’ cycles increases the rate at which they reprogram to stem cells.
“Life: A Means to a Thermodynamically Favorable End?”
How did life begin? Jeremy England, a physics professor from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, says the origin and evolution of life is nothing more than a matter of energy dispersal.
A new study led by doctoral student Karen Dannemiller correlates low fungal diversity with an increased likelihood for asthma development in children.
University of Cape Town Professor Kelly Chibale and colleagues have perfected a novel compound that could kill malaria parasites in a single dose.
Robotic warfare is evolving quickly, and it may not be long before robots can kill without humans giving the go-ahead. Wendell Wallach, a lecturer at Yale’s Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, is lobbying to ban killer robots before they can be deployed.