To boost diversity in clinical trials, NIH takes to the road to collect DNA from underrepresented groups
During the pandemic, the effort suspended in-person recruiting and lost momentum.
Pacific Institute President Jason Morrison, who also heads the CEO Water Mandate, says that companies can lead global action on water.
A small British company says it is on track to decarbonize the economy with an abundant, safe and cheap source of energy — eventually.
U.S. government funding for even basic research has been in decline for decades.
And why the 87-year-old scientist says she's not retiring yet.
Health care providers are going to play an essential role in communication and education.
In March, many lab experiments ground to a halt. Now, researchers are figuring out how to start again.
When the pandemic hit, scientists halted experiments and euthanized research animals. Now they're trying to pick up where they left off.
One hundred years ago this week, protests set China on a path to scientific modernity.