Author: Kasey Skinner

The Goodest Doggos: Canine Brain Tumor Patients Test a Treatment That Could Help Humans and Pups Alike

The Goodest Doggos: Canine Brain Tumor Patients Test a Treatment That Could Help Humans and Pups Alike

Puppers are obviously so good, but did you know that some of them are blazing the way for a new cancer-killing virus treatment in other dogs and humans? Join us on an exploration into the CANINE trial, where brave dogs are paving the way for a revolutionary understanding of brain tumors and how to get rid of them.

Your Guide to the CRISPR Babies

Your Guide to the CRISPR Babies

Imagine a future in which we can edit genes like a sentence in Microsoft Word. We could highlight, delete, and correct a section of a gene known to cause disease, virtually eliminating the devastating genetic illnesses that cost the world billions of dollars and countless…

Science Fail Monday: How a dead salmon taught us about statistics

Science Fail Monday: How a dead salmon taught us about statistics

Any scientist knows the importance of a good negative control. A negative control in an experiment is a group of samples or subjects in which no response is expected to an experimental treatment. The experimental group can then be compared to the control group. Such…