How do the communities of microbes living in our gastrointestinal systems affect our health? Carnegie’s Will Ludington was part of a team that helped answer this question.
Scientists at McMaster have identified new biomarkers for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) in urine, which could lead to better treatments and reduce the need for costly and invasive colonoscopy procedures currently used for diagnosis.
UNC School of Medicine scientists created a powerful new “directed evolution” technique for the rapid development of scientific tools and new treatments for many diseases.
The fate of coral reefs under climate change could improve if management efforts take evolution and adaptation into account, according to an international study.
An 18-year joint Australian-Indian study made possible by the recruitment, diagnosis and DNA screening of thousands of people in India has identified a new clue in the quest for causes of schizophrenia and potential treatments.
Can fake earthquakes help safeguard nuclear reactors against natural disasters?
Galaxy clusters are some of the most massive structures in the cosmos, but despite being millions of lightyears across, they can still be hard to spot.
Techniques developed by astronomers could help in the fight against breast and skin cancer.
Rice paddies have now become part of the Chatham-Kent agricultural landscape, thanks to a collaboration between industry and University of Guelph researchers.
A Mediterranean-style diet is rich in plant-based foods such as fruit, vegetables, nuts and legumes, and wholegrain cereals.
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