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A group of yellow, blue and grey threads looks like a row of hammocks

September 23, 2016

  • Dr. William Fenical

    Marine Microorganisms Show Promise as New Cancer Drugs

    Marine scientists now have the tools to reel in and analyze some of the vast, previously untapped potential of marine microorganisms. It turns out that the ocean contains a plethora of dynamic molecules that have shown great potential as cancer drugs and new antibiotics.
A group of yellow, blue and grey threads looks like a row of hammocks

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Visual interpretation of spinal cord injury and modern warfare, from a 2012 NIMH lecture poster

Photo: NIH Medical Arts

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Dana Talesnik
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