Reproducibility in Clinical Trials is Like Trying to Catch a Rabbit by the Tail
Scientists are not routinely sloppy, clinicians don’t usually cheat, and clinical research is generally well designed. So why is it so hard to reproduce results?
New Tech for Gene Therapy Could Advance Longevity
Maybe the science is finally catching up with BioViva CEO Elizabeth Parrish.
Perspective: Should I Get the New COVID-19 Bivalent Booster?
Our writer unpacks the data behind the new vaccines and wonders what happened to nuance in the CDC’s recommendations.
RNA Viruses: Biology’s Dark Matter?
A watershed study samples deep ocean RNA viruses the world over and reveals 99 percent of them have yet to be discovered.
The Murky Past and Precision Future of Anesthesia
After 175 years, the medical art with a strange and dark history is getting a lot more precise.
The Fusion of mRNA and Immunotherapy
Combining these two technologies can make CAR T cell therapy effective, accessible, and affordable for heart disease and cancer.