The Gallbladder, Bile Ducts and Associated Cancers
A guide to the gallbladder and bile ducts, including where they are, what they do and the different areas that cancer can develop.
The Science of Survival in Game of Thrones
This is the world's first peer-reviewed journal article to investigate survival and mortality in Game of Thrones.
Fighting Cancer on Two Fronts
Nia Clements is a cancer researcher who has found a potential treatment to multiple forms of cancer. What's more, is she did all of this before even graduating high school.
Biohacking Your Cells to Fight Cancer
This video dives into the science of how biologists are biohacking the human body to try to fix the seemingly unfixable.
How White Blood Cells Choose the Path of Least Resistance
Watch immune cells navigate using probing "limbs" to find the widest path.
The Promise and Limits of Cancer Immunotherapy
A pioneer in cancer care treatment, oncologist Lennie Sender has a deep understanding of both the possibilities and limitations of harnessing the immune system to treat different types of cancer.
"Particle" Robots: The Bio-inspired Bots That Move With No Brain
Researchers have built a robot made up of individual ‘particles’ that moves with no centralized control. The bots rely on the same kind of statistical mechanics that allows groups of cells to move, creating some intriguing possibilities.
What Are Antibody–Drug Conjugates (ADCs)?
Antibody–drug conjugates or ADCs represent an innovative therapeutic application that combines the unique properties of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) with the potent cell killing activity of cytotoxic small molecule drugs.
"What is Apoptosis?" The Apoptotic Pathways and the Caspase Cascade
Apoptosis is an important cellular process that allows cells to die in a programmed fashion, essential for embryo development, homeostasis, and cancer development. This 3D animation provides an overview of the intrinsic and extrinsic pathways involved and demonstrates how activation of the caspase cascade occurs.
Cancer Clinical Trials: Trial Phases
Cancer clinical trials are done in trial phases; each trial phase is designed to answer a specific research question while providing clinical care.