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If clinicians are expected to change their practice based on their reading of medical journals, they need to know that the evidence in published papers can be verified.
Why Google is celebrating the pioneer of medical and feminist history.
The US biomedical research agency NIH says it is dedicating $190 million over the next six years to researchers conducting gene-editing experiments, such as those with the powerful CRISPR technique.
A decision from the European Patent Office (EPO) has put the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on shaky ground with its intellectual property claims to the gene-editing tool CRISPR.
As a culture and a profession, medicine continues to systematically disadvantage women physicians at every stage of their careers.
Six drug firms are paying to sequence the genes of every volunteer in the UK Biobank.
The goal is to customize treatments for cancer and other diseases to a patient's own biology. But something as simple as failing to take care of tissue samples en route to the lab can derail that.
Technology could be used to wipe out malaria carrying mosquitos or other pests but UN experts say fears over possible military uses and unintended consequences strengthen case for a ban.
The National Academy of Sciences called on the federal government to make drastic policy changes to bring down the cost of prescription medicines.
Peer review decisions award >95% of academic medical research funding, so it is crucial to understand how well they work and if they could be improved.
When a clinical trial falters, doctors find themselves sifting through the rubble.
Adequate sample size is key to reproducible research findings: low statistical power can increase the probability that a statistically significant result is a false positive.
In this piece, I will explain how the explanation of the emergence of life could also explain the mechanism of Deep Learning.
A US Research Integrity Advisory Board is long overdue. Such a leadership body would mitigate bad practices and strengthen good research.
London’s loss, as a result of Brexit vote, is lamented by U.K. researchers
Missing trial results undermine pandemic preparedness
The medicine, an antipsychotic drug, has a sensor that will show doctors whether and when patients are taking it. Other medicines will follow, experts say.
Huge genetic databases are changing how scientists study disease.
NIH Data Commons Pilot Phase to seek best practices for developing and managing a data commons.
Thomas Insel's biggest lesson from his shift from NIMH director to Silicon Valley entrepreneur: academic and technology company researchers should partner up.