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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...

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By Daniel Dunaief Noah Strycker once made a bet with a cruise ship full of passengers: if any of them spotted him without binoculars at...

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By Daniel Dunaief Throw a giant, twisted multi-colored ball of yarn on the floor, each strand of which contains several different colored parts. Now, imagine...

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By Daniel Dunaief Children knock on the door of 1313 Gluto Lane, a favorite house for Halloween. The resident, known for providing coveted confections at...

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By Daniel Dunaief Much as New Yorkers might want to minimize sleep, even during the pandemic when the need to be active and succeed is...

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By Daniel Dunaief In joining Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Lucas Cheadle has continued his professional and personal journey far from his birthplace in Ada, Oklahoma. Then...