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When cells divide, chromosomes aren’t always doled out equally. The consequences can be dire.
Artist Daniel Kohn spent eight years painting alongside scientists as they worked with test tubes and gene sequencers at the Broad Institute.
Adam Cohen is helping Liberia jump-start its science education after years of civil war.
Brief videos by student chemists hit their mark.
New software simplifies cell tracking as an embryo grows.
Humans can tell the difference between at least a trillion smells.
A host cell enzyme is commandeered by a knot-like structure in flavivirus RNA.