A new study has shown that energy release may be the molecular mechanism through which our internal clocks control energy balance, findings with implications from dieting to sleep loss.
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New advances in CRISPR gene-editing technology may lead to longer-lasting treatments and new therapeutic strategies for HIV/AIDS.
A new publication outlines the structure-function relationships between the first spherical nucleic acid vaccine developed to protect against viral infections, including COVID-19.
Associate vice president of research Richard D’Aquila, MD, shares his perspective on the news of a possible third person cured of HIV, and the progress of HIV research in the future.
Northwestern scientists have developed a new tool to harness immune cells from tumors to fight cancer rapidly and effectively.
Northwestern University scientists have discovered families of proteins in the body that could potentially predict which patients may reject a new organ transplant, helping inform decisions about care.
A new Northwestern Medicine study has found men’s scholarly productivity increased, but women physicians were submitting less during the increase in work-from-home during the pandemic.
A new Northwestern study has discovered a technique to help make immunomodulation more effective, potentially improving treatment for type 1 diabetes.
A new Northwestern Medicine study reports that DNA manifested as knot-like folds and third rungs between DNA’s two strands may drive cancer development and an important regulatory enzyme could be associated with the formation of these unusual structures.
A new study published in Nature Communications has found evidence deep within the skin about the mechanisms controlling skin repair and renewal.