The artificially-intelligent “Eve” found that triclosan, a common toothpaste ingredient, could be effective against malaria.
Pitting drug-resistant and drug-sensitive pathogens against one another in mice yielded surprising results.
Only a few select species can both bite humans and carry disease.
If it's ever finished, its cost may still put it out of reach for those who need it most.
By 2040, this deadly disease could be completely eradicated.
Gene editing can change the world for the better — if we allow it.
From reviving extinct species to treating fatal diseases, is there anything CRISPR can’t do?
This breakthrough could prevent almost half a million deaths each year.
This is how you do medicine without electricity.
Big question with big implications.
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