Sophie Basarrate reports on two new studies which suggest that pancreatic B cells may regenerate, and the applications it has for diabetes.
Niamh Walker reports on a recent, controversial decision by the FDA to approve Tofersen for ALS treatment.
George Rabin discusses new research suggesting that human-to-human mpox transmission began in 2016 at the latest, prior to the 2022 outbreak.
Felicites Rapon explores the advantages of PROTACs over small molecule inhibitors in addressing cancer treatment and drug resistance.
Climate change has more negative outcomes than we think, argues Natalie Stevenson, explaining how it affects human health.
Sophie Berdugo discusses how, much like the self-isolation we have become accustomed to during the COVID-19 pandemic, ants also adopt self-isolation techniques to stop the spread of fungal infections.
Figuring out the composition of the bacteria in the gut, mouth, and on the skin is very fashionable at the moment, with papers regularly linking the microbiome to an unexpected disease. However, I can’t help but wonder if microbiotics isn’t the magic wand we were hoping for. Will it stand the test of time? Studying…