Dr. Xantha Karp, examining her nematodes.
More than a quarter million dollars in grant money from the National Institutes of Health was recently awarded to a microbiologist from CMU in order to bolster a certain type of stem cell research.
Dr. Xantha Karp is a CMU professor, and the lead microbiologist on this stem cell research project.
Researchers looking into biofuel alternatives have made a discovery that may help further cancer research.
Michigan State University researchers say they have found what they call a cellular snooze button in algae cells. Continue reading
It’s well known that smoking, chewing tobacco and drinking alcohol are each associated with health risks.
Now researchers say tobacco usage and drinking together increases the risk of cancer in the esophagus synergistically. Continue reading