Posts filed under ‘Science’
Understanding just how well HIV-slowing drugs work.
We look over the new guidelines on ethics in research involving humans from the World Health Organization.
A University of Maryland professor of physiology responds to our segment about the academic publishing industry.
You’ve just seen the furthest edge of the known universe. Now what?
A vaccine against HIV-AIDS may sound like a medical dream…but researchers in Baltimore say they have one in sight. We talk to Dr. Robert Gallo, founder of the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.
What did scientists really see when they say they may have seen evidence of the Higgs Boson?
Adam Riess, who just won the Nobel Prize for physics.