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The FDA just cleared a medical advance that could play an important (if limited) role in treating COVID-19 patients. The administration has granted emergency use authorization for Regeneron’s lab-made monoclonal antibodies (a combo of casirivimab a...

I do not understand DNA at all, so I have totally depended on Profiles in Science. But I do understand the sexist treatment of clever female intellectuals. British Rosalind Franklin (1920-58) was not the first woman to have endured indig­nit­ies in...

State-sponsored campaigns to hack COVID-19 vaccine makers might be more commonplace than previously thought. According to ZDNet, Microsoft has detected hacks from three “nation-state actors” targeting seven pharmaceutical firms and researchers, i...

One of the biggest challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry right now is the high cost of developing a new drug and successfully bringing it to market. The process is long and costly — and goes against all the tenets of contemporary busine...

Your Apple Watch might be the key to addressing nightmare-related sleep issues. The FDA has approved the sale of NightWare, an Apple Watch app (with a corresponding iPhone element) that helps treat nightmares stemming from disorders like PTSD. The sy...

Many hopes for a return to a semi-normal life after COVID-19 revolve around vaccines, but those injections have limits — they’re harder to deploy in low-income and rural areas where there’s no guarantee of easy distribution. Science may offer a...

A variety of handheld tools are available to help people insert and remove contact lenses, but even those may not be useful for people with dexterity challenges due to age or medical issues. To address that, Craig Hershoff of Aventura, Florida develo...