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By Daniel Dunaief Dromomeron and Falcatakely lived nowhere near each other. They also lived millions of years apart, offering the kind of evolutionary pieces to...

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By Daniel Dunaief Michael Schatz, Adjunct Associate Professor at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, saw some similarities to his own life when he met the then...

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By Daniel Dunaief They know what happens. They’re just not sure how it happens. Carlos Simmerling, Marsha Laufer Endowed Professor of Physical and Quantitative Biology and...

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By Daniel Dunaief If the job is too easy, Dennis Plenker isn’t interested. He’s found the right place, as the research investigator in Cold Spring Harbor...

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By Daniel Dunaief Arkarup Banerjee is coming back home to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. This time, instead of working on the olfactory system, the way...

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By Daniel Dunaief The body’s savior in its battle against disease, immune cells respond to a collection of signals which tell them to dial up...

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By Daniel Dunaief If doctors could somehow stick numerous miniature flashlights in human bodies and see beneficial or harmful reactions, they would be able to...

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By Daniel Dunaief In tropical and subtropical countries, including Brazil and the Ivory Coast, a parasite moves from snails to humans, causing 220 million illnesses...

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By Daniel Dunaief The daughter of Nigerian immigrants, Ijeoma Opara was born in Jersey City, New Jersey. Her first name means “safe journey” in Igbo,...

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By Daniel Dunaief Stony Brook University’s Ijeoma Opara, a new Assistant Professor in the School of Social Welfare, is starting her promising early scientific career...