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How COVID-19 Vaccines Are Accelerating New Cancer Treatments
The Cancer Research Institute hosted a special event with mRNA vaccine pioneers and 2021 Coley Award Winners Katalin Karikó, Ugur Sahin, Özlem Türeci and Drew Weissman. In this interview, the honorees shared their thoughts on how mRNA vaccine technology will transform cancer treatment in the future.
What Causes Yeast Infections and How do You Get Rid of Them?
Explore the common causes and treatments of yeast infections, which affect 3 out of every 4 people with a vagina.
SARS-CoV-2 and Food-Borne Diseases in Germany
Mitigation measures taken during the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic in Germany in 2020 differently impacted the occurrence of food-borne infectious diseases, enabling insights into their epidemiology.
Advances in Cancer Research
Download this eBook to explore cancer epigenetic and genetic research, cell signaling in cancer, diagnosis and treatment developments, and immuno-oncology advances.
Key Steps in Drug Development
Download this infographic to explore the stages of drug development including drug discovery, clinical trials and regulatory approval.
Beyond COVID-19: Preparing for Future Pandemic Threats
leading infectious disease researcher Sumit Chanda, PhD, shares his research on how pathogens infect cells and how the immune system responds. He discusses his team's efforts against SARS-CoV-2, as well as influenza, Dengue virus, and HIV, and talks about how scientists are paving the way to better prevention and treatment for future pandemics.
Everything You Need To Know About Vitamin D With Dr. Lina Zgaga
In just 10 minutes, Dr. Lina Zgaga talks us through what vitamin D is (plot twist, it's actually a hormone, not a vitamin), why it's important in human health and some of the key challenges in vitamin D research.
Utilizing Synthetic Biology To Help You Scale and Expedite Discovery
Download this guide to discover a comprehensive set of tools and solutions for target optimization and target interaction analysis, genome editing–knock-in genes as well as CAR T cell receptors plus RNA vaccine templates.
How Vaccine Inequity Leads to SARS-CoV-2 VOCs With Kara O'Neal
For this week's Teach Me in 10 video, we're joined by Kara O'Neal, who discusses how vaccine inequity leads to viral evolution
Understanding Real-Time Human Biology
Download this eBook to learn more about how to link genomics with proteomics to accelerate the search for drug targets, understand COVID-Associated Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in children and much more.