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Carfilzomib: The Latest Triumph of Targeted Therapies Development

Carfilzomib: The Latest Triumph of Targeted Therapies Development

After a 14-year process, carfilzomib, a cancer drug developed from a natural product by Dr. Craig Crews’ lab, has received FDA approval.

The Latest Superstar Couple: Closing in on Kepler-36

The Latest Superstar Couple: Closing in on Kepler-36

Yale’s Dr. Sarbani Basu has been involved in the study of a surprising pair of planets: a rocky planet and a gas giant that follow very similar orbits.

Curing the “Bubble Boy”

Curing the “Bubble Boy”

Based on recent trials, gene therapy may provide a new avenue for treating the serious immune disorder ADA-SCID.

Sizing Up Autism: The Correlation Between Autism and Abnormal Growth

Sizing Up Autism: The Correlation Between Autism and Abnormal Growth

The recent Autism Phenome Project has identified a correlation between autism and overgrowth, but the genetic connection remains unclear.

This is History: Microprobe Analyses Decipher Identities of Metallurgical Artifacts

This is History: Microprobe Analyses Decipher Identities of Metallurgical Artifacts

Dr. Robert Gordon and Colin Thomas use microstructure analysis and other chemical techniques to place artifacts in rich historical context.