Scientist learns a lot about how human DNA works by studying yeast.
For proteins in each and every cell of your body, it's always rush hour as they travel from the hinterlands of the cytoplasm into the nucleus — the cell's downtown.
Elizabeth Harbron's lab is made up mostly undergraduate females, helping to patch a "leaky pipeline" for women in the sciences.
Newly unearthed foundations date to the Colonial period of the College of William & Mary and may be associated with enslaved 18th century staff.
A "chick boom" among Virginia's population of endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers may mean the birds are outgrowing their limited habitat.
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