The research that won this year's Nobel Prize in medicine has saved millions of lives, but it has not yet led to a vaccine.
Brian Owens, Contributor
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Rings of DNA inside bacteria use CRISPR process to attack each other.
New research shows female plains spadefoot toads listen up for the best mate.
Snake species recycles poison collected from its own prey.
Machine learning turbocharges the process of identifying molecules to test for bacteria-attacking properties.
New study presents new way to observe rate at which culture changes.
Estimates of animal populations made by local residents and field scientists are similar.
Oxygen-sensing genes allow cells to adapt when oxygen levels drop.
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