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April 21, 2021

Flexible Synapse Strength May Underpin Mammal Brain's Complexity

By Asher Jones

Neural connections in the mouse neocortex can release multiple packages of neurotransmitters per electrical impulse, a study finds.

Conservation Biologists May Unintentionally Spread Pathogens

By Amanda Heidt

When conservationists relocate species, they don't always account for the pathogens hitching a ride, and the consequences of introducing them to a new environment.

Rediscovered Coffee Species Tastes Great, Tolerates Warmth: Study

By Shawna Williams

Cultivating stenophylla, untapped by the coffee industry for the last century, could help farmers cope with the effects of climate change, researchers suggest.

ICYMI: Pharma Looks to Inflammasome Inhibitors as All-Around Therapies

By Rachael Moeller Gorman

Many major biopharmaceutical companies are developing or acquiring drugs that target the NLRP3 inflammasome, a large intracellular complex that researchers say can spark inflammation and stoke diseases of lifestyle and aging.


From Our Archives: How Vaccines Train Innate Immunity

By Shawna Williams

A recent study elucidates some of the changes that occur in the body after inoculation with a tuberculosis vaccine.

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