Understanding suicide and self-injury
Students grapple with the fate of the rainforest in a changing climate.
Chemist Charles Lieber and his colleagues have developed a nanoscale transistor so small it can enter, probe, and communicate with cells without harming them.
Caloric restriction and exercise boost mental acuity and motor ability by rejuvenating synapses.
An important paper in regenerative biology has been retracted after its senior author, associate professor of stem-cell and regenerative biology Amy Wagers, raised concerns.
Can an HIV-infected person safely have a child with an uninfected partner? Harvard scholars highlight a new approach.
Neurobiologist Michael Greenberg investigates how memories form at a molecular level, and discovers a new class of RNA.
Robert Pringle says the grid-like distribution of Kenyan termite mounds helps answer an old question about ecosystems.
David Scadden studies the environmental cues that can cause normal cells to become diseased.