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 […]

Rare diseases are an area of growing interest for pharmaceutical companies and nonprofit laboratories worldwide. In an uncharacteristically optimistic new review published in Nature Gene Therapy, top researchers and public health officials applaud the recent fruits of collaborative science as facilitated by advanced software and inter-agency cooperation in the field […]

Oil and natural gas companies are currently facing an unprecedented opportunity to expand offshore drilling efforts. The Trump administration plans to raise existing restrictions on oil and natural gas drilling in the Outer Continental Shelf, which will allow companies to seek leases that were previously unavailable for energy extraction. The […]

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