The trailblazing career of Ruth Ella Moore

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June 10, 2021

Researcher Sanctioned by PNAS for Not Sharing Alga

By Catherine Offord

Zhangfeng Hu will be unable to submit manuscripts for three years after having violated the journal's policy about making study materials available to other scientists.

Leader of the Pack, 1903–1994

By Lisa Winter

Ruth Ella Moore had a trailblazing career, overcoming barriers of racism and sexism as she pursued her interest in microbiology.

US Senate Passes Bill for Nearly $250 Billion in Science Funding

By Christie Wilcox

The legislation, which now heads to the House, aims to ensure the country can compete with China technologically by supporting research and development over the next five years.

ICYMI: Comprehensive Atlas of Reef-Building Coral's Cells Created

By Christie Wilcox

Single-cell RNA sequencing helps to catalog the dozens of cell types present in a stony coral, including its elusive immune cells.

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Infographic: What Are Bacterial Nanotubes?

By Sruthi S. Balakrishnan

Unlike other cellular appendages, bacterial nanotubes are made solely of lipids and can connect the cytoplasm of different microbial species.

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