A small clinical trial has shown that a malaria vaccine works in humans
A universal flu vaccine is possible – but we need bioinformatics to show us the way
Myron M. Levine
As Haiti's cholera epidemic rages on, a new vaccine could help curb future outbreaks.
A new blood-filtering device could save lives in the fight against malaria
The CDC confirms the Zika–microcephaly link, and in vitro tissue models offer further insight
How do birds transmit potentially fatal fungal infection to humans without being infected themselves?
Developing a dengue vaccine has been like a 20-year game of Snakes and Ladders – but in this game, there are four billion winners, as the prize could help protect half the world’s population.
What do we know so far?
On each side of the brain stem, a florescent green marker illuminates the two networks of 200 neurons that control the sighing reflex
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