Mechanism of action of Leqvio® (inclisiran)

Now he owes the feds $375K

The dangers of using large language models for peer review

The dangers of using large language models for peer review The recent advances in artificial intelligence, and particularly large language models (LLM) such as chatGPT (openAI, San Francisco, CA, USA), has initiated extensive discussions in the scientific community regarding their potential uses and, more importantly,

NIH rules are supposed to stop ‘pass the harasser.’

New York hedge fund billionaire and an unnamed partner will spend $25 million relaunching research of embattled scientist

How to wrap up research projects gracefully

Four researchers offer tips on ending, redefining and handing over projects. Some research projects arrive gracefully at a natural conclusion, such as when a trainee leaves the laboratory. Others come to a screeching halt when funding runs out. Still more dance along the

Everyone Wants Your Email Address. Think Twice Before Sharing It.

Your email address has become a digital bread crumb for companies to link your activity across sites.

Why don’t identical twins have the same fingerprints? New study provides clues

Waves of chemical signals spread across developing fingers, creating one-of-a-kind patterns of ridges No two fingerprints are exactly the same. That’s what makes them so useful for police and smartphones to positively identify people. Previous research has shown genes play a role in

The developmental basis of fingerprint pattern formation and variation

Fingerprints are complex and individually unique patterns in the skin. Established prenatally, the molecular and cellular mechanisms that guide fingerprint ridge formation and their intricate arrangements are unknown. Here we show that fingerprint ridges are epithelial structures that undergo a truncated hair follicle

Cancer researcher banned from federal funding for faking data in nearly 400 images in 16 grant applications

Alice C. Chang, Ph.D., Purdue University: Based on the report of an investigation conducted by Purdue University (PU) and additional analysis conducted by the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) in its oversight review, ORI found that Alice C. Chang, Ph.D. (formerly named Chun-Ju

Uninterrupted writing time is rare. That’s why I ‘microwrite’

I desperately needed to write. Eighty percent of the way through my Ph.D., with revisions to make and two more chapters to complete

Stanford president’s research under investigation for scientific misconduct, University admits ‘mistakes’

A prominent research journal has confirmed to The Daily that it is reviewing a paper co-authored by University President