News from 2015

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WIRED TO ESCAPE [SCHIER AND ENGERT LABS]

(l) Alex Schier, and Alix Lacoste Knock on a tank of fish and you may observe that the animals suddenly change position. Blink, and you missed it. When…

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A ROTARY MOTOR FOR BACTERIAL GLIDING [BERG LAB]

(l to r) Howard Berg, Abhishek Shrivastava, and Pushkar Lele Bacterial gliding is defined as steady movement over a surface, of bacteria that have neither flagella nor pili. …

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KEEPING THE FAITH: THE FINAL ACT OF STOPPING CARELESS CELLS

(L-R) Derek Lau and Andrew Murray Faithful chromosome segregation during cell division keeps cells alive and keeps cancer and birth defects at bay. A chromosome’s movements during mitosis…

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