A dominance of non-iners Lactobacillus species in the vaginal microbiome is optimal and strongly associated with gynecological and obstetric health
The University of Nebraska Board of Regents voted unanimously to fire Julie Stone, an associate professor of biochemistry at the Lincoln campus.
The germinal center (GC) response is critical for the generation of affinity-matured plasma cells and memory B cells capable of mediating long-term protective immunity.
New Zealand does not offer tenure to academics, but a recent employment dispute shows it’s more than a job perk
A common argument against tenure is that it leads to a complacent, under-motivated university professor.
White researchers fared best in winning grants from the National Science Foundation, a study says.
A new U.S. law has eliminated the requirement that drugs in development must undergo testing in animals before being given to participants in human trials.
A lthough a decline in protection against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection after two doses of BNT162b2 vaccine (Pfizer–BioNTech) has been observed in several studies, the level of protection remains unclear, as does the presence or extent of waning of
Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to revolutionize the drug discovery process, offering improved efficiency, accuracy, and speed. However, the successful application of AI is dependent on the availability of high-quality data, the addressing of ethical concerns, and the recognition of the limitations
Lawyers who represented Carlo Croce, a cancer researcher at The Ohio State University in Columbus, in failed libel and defamation suits
A new U.S. law has eliminated the requirement that drugs in development must undergo testing in animals before being given to participants in human trials. Animal rights advocates have long pushed for such a move, and some in the pharmaceutical industry have argued