Findings showcases diverse scientists who do cutting-edge research and lead interesting lives. Each issue also contains brief research highlights, a puzzle or other activity and online extras.
Alfred Atanda examines the causes of elbow injuries in young baseball pitchers. He hopes to minimize these injuries by fostering change in the culture of youth sports.
How cheese rinds can help researchers understand bacterial communities, convincing cells to digest their dying neighbors, capitalizing on cellular conversations, and other cool research advances.
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Hooked on Heme
Emily Scott's research on a family of enzymes could lead to ways to treat prostate or breast cancers and prevent lung cancer in smokers.
Opening Up the Lab
Brad Duerstock's work aims to make science more accessible to people with disabilities. A quadriplegic himself, he also studies spinal cord injury and repair.
Elizabeth Grice studies the bacteria that live on human skin. Her work could lead to new ways to treat chronic wounds like diabetic foot ulcers.
HIV on the Brain
George Hightower searches for genetic mutations that affect HIV's ability to infect the brain.
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Cellular Structures, Functions, Processes, Imaging, Stress Response
Enzymes, Molecular Probes, Metabolic Engineering, Glycobiology, Synthesis, Natural Products, Chemical Reactions
Bioinformatics, Modeling, Systems Biology, Data Visualization
Cancer, Bacterial Infections, Viruses, Other Conditions
DNA, RNA, Genetic Processes, Developmental Biology, Population Genetics, Evolution, Stem Cells, Model Organisms, Diseases, Sleep Research
Biochemical Actions of Drugs in the Body, Pharmacogenomics, Drug Design, Anesthesiology, Toxicology
Traumatic Injury, Burns, Inflammation, Sepsis, Wound Healing, Immunology
Molecular Structure and Function, Protein Folding, Research Tools and Methods