Researchers wanted to see if changes in people’s odor due to malaria infection could identify malaria cases.
Scientists wanted to know if they could use bacteria to reduce mosquitoes’ ability to transmit viruses.
Scientists explored the impact of epigenetics on how plants regulate their iron uptake.
Scientists analyzed data on antibiotic use from 76 countries between 2005 and 2015 and found that the consumption of these medications has increased rapidly in middle and low-income countries.
Scientists developed a mathematical model to estimate the financial impact of bed bug disclosure policies on landlords over time.
Scientists tested ways of simulating quantum computers on conventional machines so that programmers and users can prepare themselves for this future technology.
Scientists wanted to develop a polio vaccine which requires only one injection to better prevent the disease in developing countries.
Scientists used a mathematical model to understand human impact and threats to the Atlantic coast of the United States.
Scientists wanted to track malaria hotspots in Bangladesh and their changes through time.
Scientists wanted to use genetic editing to heal β-thalassemia – a genetic disease affecting the body’s ability to produce hemoglobin.