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Researchers are currently closing in on rheumatoid arthritis, by figuring out ways in which to attack it via manipulating the cell signaling of immune cells.
Scientists are playing a cat-and-mouse game with the SARS-CoV-2 virus. To beat it, they need to create and administer vaccines faster than it can mutate.
Sometimes the answers are less important than the questions. Here are 125 for you to ponder.
Reporting from the frontlines: The critical role of secondary antibodies in infectious disease immunoassays
While primary antibodies are often seen as the critical component of immunoassays, the real workhorses common to many immunoassays are secondary antibodies.
China, like many other countries, is seeking to improve the efficacy of its translational research programs by building bridges between basic science, clinical research, industry, and government.
Take a journey of discovery into the Human Protein Atlas at 20.
A better understanding of the capabilities of artificial intelligence in microscopy can help researchers get faster and possibly better results.
Australia may prove to be a compelling example of how partnerships across academia, industry, and government can boost the efficacy of translational research.
Kidney disease is a serious and growing killer, the treatment of which is made more complex by comorbidities like diabetes.
Early detection and successful treatment of kidney disease benefits from dependable and informative biomarkers, but few are currently available.
The Beijing Advanced Innovation Center for Structural Biology at Tsinghua University celebrates the 5th anniversary of its founding.
Neurodegenerative diseases are on the rise. What can today's research tell use about diagnosis and treatment?
The Hsue-Shen Tsien Think Tank firmly believes systems science and systems engineering will promote a revolution in science and technology. Discover how.
Live-cell imaging is a burgeoning frontier in microscopy with a bounty of applications for all fields of bioscience research, particularly immuno-oncology.
Through 70 years of ongoing progress and innovation, DUT has earned a reputation as one of the top technical universities in China.
High-throughput live-cell imaging has come of age, allowing researchers to study living cells in more detail and with less effort than ever before.
Are your basic lab skills up to date? If there’s any doubt, read this!
As research on FGF23 progresses, advances are being made in understanding the impact of its dysregulation and in identifying targets for therapeutic intervention
Wuhan University commemorates its quasiquicentennial and encourages opportunities for global collaboration.
HIV treatment may have changed over the past 30 years, but ViiV Healthcare’s commitment for a cure has not.
90 Years of Scientific Advances at the Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology, CAS
90 years after its founding, CAS’s Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology continues to advance electronic S&T research, driving information and communication technology development in China.
The Institute of Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences celebrates 90 years of innovations.
Throughout its 110-year history, Hangzhou Normal University has been consistently dedicated to educating the next generation of leaders by providing a world-class education.
Researchers around the world are exploiting genomic and proteomic biomarkers in a clinical setting for the benefit of their patients. They hope their insights will advance the practice of precision medicine.
Evidence-based recommendations are provided for specific disadvantaged segments of China’s society.
Researchers at an esteemed Chinese university test-drive electric vehicles that will soon come to a road near you
Understanding the function and dysfunction of the immune system is essential for treating and preventing disease.
Advances in scanning electron microscopy are taking this technology to the next level, driving research and opening new and exciting fields of application.
Advancing precision medicine: Current and future proteogenomic strategies for biomarker discovery and development
Robust biomarkers are an integral part of precision medicine. But can new biomarkers be identified and properly validated?
Daylight is almost ubiquitous, enabling many diverse life forms to survive and thrive, and affecting us all in a multitude of ways. But do we truly understand its multifaceted nature?
Discover which imaging technologies are best for you and your research.
Integrative structural biologists combine tools and techniques from multiple sources to elucidate protein structure-function relationships
Precision medicine receives a boost thanks to the latest in surface plasmon resonance research.
China is positioning itself as a central player in the study and application of precision medicine.
Researchers find inspiration in neurobiology for creating better, more capable robots.
Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College: Leading innovation in the health sciences
Elite medical and research institutions CAMS and PUMC look to a future of cutting-edge research and innovation.
Systems engineering has played a critical role in China’s growth as a world power. Find out how.
Live-cell imaging comes with its own unique challenges, but these hurdles can be overcome.
Highlights of research from Shanghai Jiao Tong University on its 120th anniversary
The third installment in the Art and Science of Traditional Medicine series
Read our updated microscopy booklet, now featuring deconvolution and superresolution microscopy
Explore how computational methods are advancing the field of psychophysiology.
China has made great strides in a wide range of research areas, from mathematics to astronomy to genomics.
Read about the latest translational research taking place at China Capital Medical University
When Harry Towbin and colleagues at the Friedrich Miescher Institute in Basel, Switzerland first detailed the procedure that would come to be called the Western blot, almost nothing was easy.
Part 1 in our series, “The Art and Science of Traditional Medicine”
The art and science of traditional medicine Part 2: Multidisciplinary approaches for studying traditional medicine
Part 2 in our series, “The Art and Science of Traditional Medicine”
A small sampling of research in China carried out under the “973” research program.
Solving global malnutrition requires a concerted effort. Read this supplement to gain insight into both challenges and successes in tackling this important issue.
Why all the excitement about CRISPR? Read on to find out…
China has become a player in the space race. Find out more about astronautics research in this new supplement.
Learn about the issues and challenges facing STEM students with disabilities, and the programs in place to improve career success.
Read about current research into neurodegenerative diseases in China and how the clinical landscape for these diseases is shifting.
An update on assisted reproductive technology that includes seminal papers in the field and additional updates from thought leaders.
Learn about China’s College of Basic Medical Sciences and the research being performed there.
Exploring the role of the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in the future of agriculture in China.
Discover how and why Hong Kong is vying to be the next big research destination in the Asia region.
A collection of recent research on high-altitude medicine, a field of growing importance in China.
A special publication on the 60th Anniversary of Beihang University, outlining its achievements in science and engineering.
Read about the latest cutting-edge research on immunology at the RIKEN Research Center for Allergy and Immunology.
Read about the identification, characterization, and applications of stem cell populations.
Researchers in China are looking for potential therapies utilizing regenerative medicine techniques.
Find out how scientists in the United States and Chinese are forming collaborative partnerships and combining their expertise to help meet global needs.
Learn how the diverse and unique microbial inhabitants in our oceans affect our climate future.
Discover the growing biosciences hub and opportunities in Osaka, Japan.
Explore the ways scientists are addressing the growing need for treatments to combat neurodegeneration.
Learn how copy number variations (CNVs) affect phenotypic outcomes and about the techniques that are used to study these structural variations.
Read the original papers describing the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) as well as perspectives from the field’s thought-leaders.
Explore how PCR has been modified, improved, and applied in new and interesting ways.
Read some of the groundbreaking scientific papers behind the discovery of microRNAs.
Discover the many ways mutagenesis is being used to advance scientific discovery.
Learn more about DNA sequencing advances from this sampling of Science papers.
Discover new signaling pathway connections in this collection of Science’s Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment articles.
Explore this collection of Science articles highlighting RNAi.
Read some of the exciting advances in stem cell biology published in Science.