Teach Me in 10 – Tips for Writing Your First Scientific Paper With Professor Benita Olivier
About to write your first scientific paper and feeling nervous? Fear not, in this instalment of Teach Me in 10 , Professor Benita Olivier teaches us 10 tips and tricks that will help relieve the stress of the process.
What Is Intelligence? Where Does it Begin?
Humans are proud of a lot of things, from particle accelerators to poetry to pokemon. All of them made possible because of something humans value extremely highly: intelligence. But what is intelligence?
Intelligent Intervention Into Multiple Sclerosis With Next-generation Therapies
As scientists learn more about the underlying causes of multiple sclerosis, they are developing intelligent interventions that slow or halt the progression of the disease. Learn more about the creation of zanimod (Zeposia), the first disease-altering MS therapy.
Can a Pill Provide the Same Cognitive Benefits As Exercise?
Scientists show that simply increasing the amount of Gpld1 produced by the mouse liver could confer many of the same brain benefits as regular exercise.
The Brain Under Pressure: An Interview With Kavli Prize in Neuroscience Winner Professor Ardem Patapoutian
In this interview, Technology Networks speak with Professor Ardem Patapoutian, winner of this year’s Kavli Prize in Neuroscience, about his discovery of the Piezos, a family of pressure-sensitive ion channels with crucial roles in the body.
How Tear Gas Affects Your Body
2-Chlorobenzalmalononitrile, better known as CS gas, is one of the most common tear gases used in the United States today, but did you know it’s not actually a gas? ACS Reactions break down how it works, a bit of its history and the best ways to recover if you’re hit with it.
Watch What Happens When a Brain Cell Dies
When neurons die, cellular garbage collectors mobilize in a highly choreographed procedure to dispose of the corpse and clear away debris. Yale researchers have for the first time captured images of this process at the level of a single neuron
When Is a Pandemic Over?
Explore the three strategies governments and communities can use to contain and end a pandemic and find out which method is best.
Teach Me in 10 – Cell Senescence, Aging and Disease With Professor Judith Campisi
n this instalment of Teach Me in 10, we are delighted to welcome Professor Judith Campisi from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. Does removing senescent cells extend lifespan? Watch this instalment of Teach Me in 10 to find out.
Detect the Undetectable With Mass Spectrometry. Jump-Start Your Novel Psychoactive Substance Analysis
We discuss Professor Alberto's collaboration with SCIEX and how this partnership is helping his laboratory expand their line of work in the characterization and identification of drugs of abuse.