Tea

It’s often the little things that matter most

Have you ever been so busy that you forgot to appreciate those little things – maybe enjoying a nice cup of tea on a sunny afternoon, or receiving a kind “thank you” from a colleague? These little things are actually quite important and shouldn’t be overlooked. It happens in research, too – sometimes we overlook… Read article →


Deer

Deer antlers serve as in vitro model for rapid bone regeneration studies

Bone regeneration is a complex physiological process, critical to both the healing of fractures and continuous bone remodeling in adults. Sometimes, a large amount of bone regeneration is required, and the normal process is inadequate. This can happen in cases of trauma, infection, tumor resection or skeletal abnormalities like osteoporosis (1). A number of regenerative… Read article →


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How a simple aquarium can awake a passion for exploring the changes in coral reef microbiome: Q&A with PhD Candidate, Maite Ghazaleh Bucher

Photo courtesy of Nancy Evelyn The underwater world, even after so many years of exploring, still contains so many mysteries for scientists to explore. The full breadth of the diversity of animals, plants and microorganisms living under the ocean surface has not been fully discovered. Rapid environmental changes are destroying the opportunity to explore this… Read article →