New research shows that some proteins domains can function even with big parts missing.
By Mary Todd Bergman
Not all embryonic macrophages are the same, and only some are destined to become microglia.
By Dan Jones
Unveiling the shape of... the 'molecular bin man' – cryoEM helps reveals p62 polymer in 3D.
Stanford University biophysicist KC Huang on his collaboration with the Typas group in Heidelberg.
By Adam Gristwood
Cooperate or compete? Microbes show us that getting along is the better choice for communities.
By Anne Korn
Radiocarbon studies are helping researchers shine light on how neurons stay stable yet adaptable.
By Claire Ainsworth
Ground-breaking microscopy technique gives unprecedented insight into endocytosis.
By Isabelle Kling
New single-cell genomics techniques bring ‘omics to evolution and development research.
Coin toss inspires CorMap: a new statistical test that sidesteps need for error estimation.
By Rosemary Wilson
Go Team Genome! New method reveals genetic teamwork in drosophila genome.
By Ivy Kupec
By Marius Bruer
By Anne-Marie Alleaume
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