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On Finding the Right Name and the Right Size

On Finding the Right Name and the Right Size
3 years ago In this edition, we learn about how the names we call white blood cells can affect how we think about them, with Peter Murray (0:00) (Immunity), how organisms know when to stop growing, Kenneth Irvine (9:20) (Cell Reports), and more great research ... In this edition,

On Women in Neuroscience and Stem Cells in Your Blood

On Women in Neuroscience and Stem Cells in Your Blood
3 years ago In this edition, we learn about how dietary changes can affect stem cells in the blood, leading to possible therapeutic opportunities, with Valter D. Longo (00:00) (Cell Stem Cell), what's new in FENS, neuroscience in Europe, and women in academia with ... In this edit

Less Legs and More Stress

Less Legs and More Stress
3 years, 1 month ago In this edition, we learn about why limbs happen–or don't–for some animals, with Jeremy Dasen (0:00) (Developmental Cell). How stress can build up over a whole lifespan, with Pat Monaghan (7:50) (special issue of Current Biology). Other great research ... In this e

Live Long and Prosper

Live Long and Prosper
3 years, 3 months ago In this edition, we learn about: Battling the serious immune reaction that happens with sepsis, with Peter Ward (special issue of Trends in Molecular Medicine). The link between cell metabolism, fertility, and lifespan, with Shawn Ahmed (6:30) (Cell ... In this edition

On Cellular Symphonies and Symbiosis

On Cellular Symphonies and Symbiosis
3 years, 4 months ago How fine-tuning of transcription factor activity may open up new avenues for disease treatment, with Mark Leid (0:00) (Trends in Pharmacological Sciences). How the millions of species of gut bacteria can communicate with one another, with Simon Carding ( ... How fine-tu

On Growth Control for Worms and Germs

On Growth Control for Worms and Germs
3 years, 5 months ago How gene control can be fine-tuned to coordinate growth during times of feast or famine, with Ryan Baugh (0:00) (from Cell Reports). How the lipid membrane of the tuberculosis bacterium provides clues for fighting this deadly disease, with Mamadou Daffé ... How gene c

On Fish, Fat, and Forcing Cells to Get Old Fast

On Fish, Fat, and Forcing Cells to Get Old Fast
3 years, 7 months ago How a tiny fish can model big human diseases, with Leonard Zon (0:00) (special issue of Trends in Cell Biology). How dietary fat may alter your timing, with Paolo Sassone-Corsi (10:35) (from Cell). How to make a stem cell grow up quick, with Lorenz Studer ... How a tiny

From Calming Down to Splitting Up

From Calming Down to Splitting Up
3 years, 8 months ago How manipulation of endogenous marijuana-like chemicals might help treat anxiety disorders, with Andrew Holmes (0:00) (from Trends in Pharmacological Sciences. What prevents distinct species from interbreeding, with Axel Imhof (11:15) (from Developmental ... How manipu

From Piled Proteins to Viperous Viruses

From Piled Proteins to Viperous Viruses
3 years, 9 months ago How blocking tau protein tangles in the brain may combat neurodegeneration, with David Holtzman (0:00) (from Neuron). How the US government is betting big on neuroscience research, with Cori Bargmann (6:42) (from Cell). How a common virus is linked to ... How blocking

From Making Memories to Changing Bacteria

From Making Memories to Changing Bacteria
3 years, 10 months ago What makes a memory, with Jonathan Crystal (0:00) (Special issue on memory from Current Biology). The birth of the Protein Data Bank, which has facilitated structural biology research around the globe, with Helen Berman (7:55) (20th anniversary special ... What makes a