Minutes after you were born, bacteria moved in.
A petri dish full of bacteria — genetically engineered glowing bacteria, looks like it could grace the front of a postcard from Key West.
Bacteria have very good organizational skills — so good that they actually get more orderly when they're put in small, crowded environments.
Scientists track complex sugars – or glycans – to learn more about how tissues develop, which can ultimately uncover early markers for various diseases.
A computer matchmaking program could help those in need get drugs faster by repurposing those on the market.
A tiny green plant may help us understand diseases related to our biological clocks, including diabetes and depression.