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Scientists have isolated 2 potent human antibodies that can stop more than 90 percent of known global HIV strains from infecting human cells in the laboratory.
Nicholas Roy on deploying drones in U.S. skies: MIT robotics expert discusses the logistical hurdles of regulating unmanned aircraft for civilian use.
Scientists on the Healy will analyze the hotspot data and water samples, but whether a plankton bloom has come and gone, the region remains a hotspot for ground-dwelling communities, according to Kare

The chains of sugar molecules, or carbohydrates, that cover the outside of the highly variable HIV virus remain constant, are different from those found on human cells, and could form the basis of a p

Use of a vaginal gel containing the antiretroviral drug tenovofir reduced a womans chance of becoming infected with HIV during sex by 39 percent compared with a control group that used a placebo gel
The hot, blue star HE 0437-5439 has been tossed out of the center of our Milky Way galaxy with enough speed to escape the galaxys gravitational clutches. The stellar outcast is rocketing through the
Achromatopsia is a hereditary eye disease for which there is as yet no effective treatment. The condition is associated with complete lack of color vision, poor visual acuity, hypersensitivity to ligh
The scientists think that safe and affordable prophylaxis with antibiotics in residents of areas with high malaria transmission has the potential to be used as a natural "needle-free" vaccination aga