UNC researchers discover a protein cascade that helps piece together the biochemical signals of Alzheimer's disease.
How UNC's new research helps connect mysterious signals of Alzheimer's
September 26, 2017
NC State researchers discovered a gene that shows unique resistance against multiple crop diseases.
Why this newfound trait in corn could be a force against crop disease
September 19, 2017
Just like people, plants get sick. Discolored spots grow on the leaves and black bruises appear on roots and fruit until the plant cannot even grow properly.
Exercise Burns Bone Marrow Fat, Supports Strong Bones
July 31, 2017
Think back to every diet, home exercise or gym membership commercial you have ever seen. They all tend to focus on one thing: burning fat. And as they do, they show pictures of legs, waists, midsections and all the other places people know and see that we build fat when we take in more calories than we burn.
Duke Biochemists Create Animation of Cells' Drug Transporters
July 31, 2017
Researchers from Duke University School of Medicine have created a detailed illustration of how an important class of drugs pass into cells.
This new nanoparticle could protect against deadly sarin gas
July 27, 2017
Back in April, French authorities published a chemical analysis showing that the chemical weapons attack in Syria was indeed conducted by the Syrian government.