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Safer Space Travel is the Goal of Mayo Researchers

It's a long way to Mars. And nearly all the journey is outside of Earth's semiprotective atmosphere. Even the...

From Fasting to a Pill? Mayo Clinic Scientists Explore the Biology of Caloric Restriction

Editor's Note: This is the first of three articles on fasting, or caloric restriction. The other two will focus on caloric restriction...

SARS-CoV-2 Genome Mutations Impact Global Health

Outbreaks of COVID-19 infection spread while SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, evolves and circulates around the world. Given time, genetic mutations...

New SARS-CoV-2 Mutations Don’t Change Prevention Advice, Say Experts

Two years ago on Dec. 12, a group of people were infected and sickened from a virus that had never been known...

Mayo research in Florida makes new strides

Antibody patterns of staining are detectable by a mouse tissue-based assay, set up on a ‘Helmed’ laboratory instrument, and then read by indirect immunofluorescent microscopy.

Discovery science supports patient care

El cirujano e investigador de Mayo, Dr. Mark Truty, está decidido a ofrecer a los pacientes con cáncer de páncreas tanto esperanza como ambas alternativas.

Research advances in pancreatic cancer care


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The New Kids on the Block

Mayo summer program trains high school researchers who get results    When Kristi Biswas reached the end of 10th...

A Courageous Mind, and a Research Career in the Making

As he graduates from Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, a new scientist looks back on his journey.

5 Tips for Early Career Scientists, From an Early Career Scientist

Biomedical science is about solving puzzles. Why does a cell stop doing its job? How does it know what to do in...

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