Peter Agre sets his sights on a new challenge—malaria
Researchers have found encouraging signs in Afghan health recently, although the country is still suffering the effects of decades of war.
Screening blood donors with a new assay may help to curb the spread of chronic hepatitis B.
David Sullivan's solution for speeding up drug development: Screen existing approved drugs for new uses.
Epidemiologist Chris Beyrer wields data and scientific rigor in defense of human rights
How a beloved South Baltimore greenspace became one of America's 450,000 brownfields
The "population bomb" did not explode as expected. But it did not go away, either.
Physician-researcher Robert H. Gilman believes every discovery has its place
From polymer membranes and in situ testing to simple pumps and clay pots, researchers are working across the technology spectrum to improve water quality
The president's new PEPFAR proposal presents a great opportunity to increase the program's strengths and build for the future.