July 2024- Volume 20, Issue 4

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Editors Insight

A stack of old magazines.

Science stands on shaky shoulders with research misconduct

Science stands on shaky shoulders with research misconduct

Research misconduct poisons the well of scientific literature, but finding systemic ways to change the current “publish or perish” culture will help.

Clinical Trials

Antibodies made up of blue, green, and orange strings sit against a blue background.

A new frontier in monoclonal antibody delivery

A new frontier in monoclonal antibody delivery

New research aims to make antibody drug delivery as precise and efficient as the antibodies themselves.

Ophthamology

A microscope image of the human retina and the cells in different layers.

Mini-retinas model human disease in a dish

Mini-retinas model human disease in a dish

Researchers use retinal organoids to screen drugs and hope to transplant them into the eyes of people with blindness in the coming years.
A blue iris of an eye is shown against a black background.

Restoring color vision with gene therapy

Restoring color vision with gene therapy

People with achromatopsia have never seen color. Restorative gene therapies have had mixed success, leaving researchers wondering why.

Spatial Biology

An ultra-fast photoacoustic microscopy image of a mouse placenta taken via a window in the mouse’s abdomen.

Profiling the spatial secrets of the placenta

Profiling the spatial secrets of the placenta

While vital for a healthy pregnancy, the placenta is not well understood. Researchers now take advantage of spatial biology approaches to plumb its secrets.

Biologics

Avani Parikh wears a lab coat while conducting an experiment at a lab bench.

CAR T cells in a SNAP

CAR T cells in a SNAP

A modular CAR T cell could make cancer therapy safer and more effective.
A drawing of a girl holding her head in her arms while sitting on the floor.

Probiotics to alleviate depression

Probiotics to alleviate depression

Researchers target the gut to see if they can treat depression with fewer side effects and less stigma than current drugs.
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