Chasing cancer with dogs


Dogs and humans have been living together for thousands of years. They evolved together, eating similar food, breathing the same air, and living in the same homes. Learn how treating pet dogs with cancer is helping researchers learn more about human forms of the disease.

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Real science gets inked!


“The World of Viruses” is a strikingly illustrated comic book that is the brainchild of Judy Diamond, professor and curator of informal science education at the University of Nebraska State Museum. An American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow, Diamond created a super legion of virologists, science educators, writers and artists to produce the graphic novel, which pits scientists against viruses in a battle for human survival.

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Meet Bernhard Küster


Bernhard Küster at Technische Universität München in Munich, Germany, is a new associate editor of Molecular and Cellular Proteomics. Küster’s research involves studying interactions between drug molecules and protein populations in cells. He also is a co-founder of a biotechnology firm called OmicScouts. Read our Q&A with Küster.

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