What can flatworms tell us about regeneration? Alejandro Sanchez Alvarado answers and addresses open questions in the field
With the launch of Climate Change Responses, co-Editor-in-Chief Eric Post tells us about how ecology is reacting to climate change
Is next-generation sequencing and tumour profiling ready for routine use in cancer clinics? Find out in this podcast
Is next-generation sequencing and tumour profiling ready for routine use in cancer clinics? Find out in this podcast with oncologists Tripathy and Robson
Recent years have seen our understanding of the genetics and genomics of Parkinson’s disease advance considerably. So what’s next?
Emergency medical teams at terrorist incidents are placed at risk from a variety of hazards. Researchers review the nature of these threats and how this should inform training
How can healthcare be efficient and effective? What challenges does this raise? Leading researchers in the health services answer
Resistance to current malaria treatments continues to rise. So what new therapeutics are on the horizon, and how close are we to developing a vaccine?
In this podcast Eileen White explains why autophagy – the process by which a cell ‘eats itself’ to survive – makes a promising target for cancer therapeutics
To accompany the Alzheimer’s Research & Therapy special series on tau-based therapeutics, we find out why tau is a promising target and what’s going on in the field right now