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The pivot between art and science started early for Bertalan Andrasfalvy.

In the final push to the 11,000-foot summit of Mount Perdido, climbers face a treacherous half-mile-long incline of snow and ice.

There’s no way Katjuša Brejc could take home a seal. But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t get attached.

Spreading the word that research is doable is in Mike Yerky's DNA.

Changing the spatial arrangement of molecules in a cell can alter their functions.


A compound given at just the right time may make mice forget to be afraid.

Climate change is expanding the disease-causing pathogen’s comfort zone.

Removing one transcription factor allows others to drive cellular destiny.

Perspectives & Opinions

Increasing science literacy one webpage at a time.

One of this issue's feature articles explores the secrets of hiring good postdoctoral fellows, calling them "the backbone of a lab." But not every postdoc who applies for a spot is a good fit, and the interview process is key to finding the best...

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