HHMI researchers show that rising temperatures can cause spread of malaria to areas where the disease had not been endemic historically.
Researchers have found that temperatures on the surface of the tropical South Atlantic Ocean in July can predict the severity of malaria outbreaks in northwestern India that begin to peak four months later.
New research suggests rising temperatures in the highlands of East Africa are at least partly to blame for the increase in malaria transmission in recent decades.
A new genetic analysis suggests that the strains of influenza circulating in the United States can migrate to the rest of the world.
The method Google uses to rank the importance of web pages can help identify the species whose extinction would most likely trigger an ecosystem’s collapse.
Fifty-six of the nation's most creative biomedical scientists are being given the opportunity to tackle their most ambitious, risky research plans as they become the newest class of HHMI investigators.