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  • Tardigrades are everywhere. They’re tiny — usually under a millimeter long — and they’re mostly transparent, so they’re easy to miss. But you probably walk by them every day. We’ve been grooming them as emerging models for studying how body forms evolve and how biological materials can survive extreme conditions.

    • Bob Goldstein
    This Month
  • MicroED for structure determination without a model and with heavy metal guitar riffs.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • From a physicist who explores biology’s unknowns, greater precision by linking two methods.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Scientists in Ukraine share their current reality and post-war plans.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Building a sustainable open source toolbox to track social behavior and how to get in the zone.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Hiking his way to a well-engineered translational future for tissue-based imaging.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • A bioengineer and world traveler with a systems approach to gene silencing.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • A tool to make microbial network-oriented deep dives easier, and caring about equality.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Sydney’s beauty, candy-store lollies and a community view of glycoproteomics software.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • Scuba diving and jazz bring together chemistry, neuroscience and life inland.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • She connects equity, samurai swords, imaging and an automated way to count and track mitochondria.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • A neuroscientist who jams, plays and builds a way to capture animal movement.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month
  • I do not think you can start with anything precise. You have to achieve such precision as you can, as you go along. —Bertrand Russell

    • Naomi Altman
    • Martin Krzywinski
    This Month
  • A flight path into biology and fast 3D projection of sample dynamics.

    • Vivien Marx
    This Month