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An epidemiologist explains the term "R0" and how many people one person with the coronavirus can infect.
Tumors called high-grade gliomas wire themselves into the healthy brain, receiving and interpreting electrical signals from normal neurons, a study from Stanford, Harvard, MIT, JHU, and the University of Michigan study has found.
Tumors called high-grade gliomas wire themselves into the healthy brain, receiving and interpreting electrical signals from normal neurons, a Stanford study has found.
A simple viral infection in the lungs of rats can become a lethal form of pulmonary hypertension if a common mutation is present, new Stanford research shows.
A team from the University of Michigan describe how a protein involved in one of the liver’s most basic functions also sounds the alarm when liver cells get hurt. That alarm, and the help that it summons from the immune system, can help protect the liver from further damage.
The University of Michigan has unveiled a new CRISPR-based tool that acts more like a shredder, wiping out long stretches of DNA in human cells with programmable targeting.
Frying pans, pill bottles, yoga mats, coffee cups, and countless other non-electronic objects could be turned into a network of Internet of Things sensors with a new RFID-based technology from the University of Michigan.
Millions of Americans hear ringing in their ears—a condition called tinnitus—and new University of Michigan research shows an experimental device could help quiet the phantom sounds by targeting unruly nerve activity in the brain.
A study conducted by the University of Michigan shows two-thirds of all pet owners, and 78 percent of dog owners, said their pet helps them be physically active.
Contrary to long-standing popular belief, running at a prescribed, one-size-fits-all “optimal” cadence doesn’t play as big a role in speed and efficiency as once thought.