Scientists discover how tumor cells divide when oxygen-starved
Tumor cells penetrated by particles carrying genetic instructions.
Got grapes? UCLA researchers have demonstrated how resveratrol, an antioxidant derived from grapes and found in wine, works to inhibit growth of the bacteria that causes acne. The team also found...
Medicine’s first superpower—X-ray vision—has led to improved imaging techniques that allow for deeper looks inside the mysteries of the human body.
Our bodies may not have caught up with the Bombardier Global 6000, but new research illuminates how frequent travelers can ease jet lag.
UCLA has been tapped by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to spearhead an innovative project aimed at developing a wireless, implantable brain device that could help restore lost memory...
In Alzheimer’s, amyloid-beta protein gets the blame, but is tau the true culprit?
LevelCheck aims to prevent surgical error during spine surgery.
Breakthrough could improve mortality and preserve fertility.
What happens when groundbreaking research gets published in top journal but Replication studies find a less promising result, if they are done at all?