Quality management systems and compliance or reporting systems might seem like a nightmare at first. Two gnarled nests of paperwork that are deeply intertwined yet notoriously difficult to maintain in good order seem like they should be handled by the usual suspects: a staff of regulatory and quality experts who […]

The growing ubiquity of molecular dynamics (MD) simulations in research has contributed significantly to the advancement of scientific understanding in both the materials and life sciences. Advances in this technology over the last few decades have provided scientists unprecedented access into the world of quantum mechanics, exploring the rapid movements […]

Macrophages are known for their phagocytotic action and modest cytokine secretions in support of effector immune cells.1 Though a running joke among immunologists is that macrophages “do everything,” few would hazard that macrophages have mechanobiological activity in which they act as oversized vesicles. In a new paper exploring macrophages in […]

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