Bald’s Leechbook is one of the world’s oldest surviving medical texts. Dating to the 10th century and written in English and Latin in a Benedictine priory in Winchester, England, the text is preserved in the British Library and contains a collection of ancient “charms and potions” that served as remedies for various ailments and conditions. The British Library catalogue translates a Latin note that Bald was the book’s owner who enlisted Cild to write and compile it for him.
Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Cardiology & Cell Biology, Cancer Biology, Immunology, and Cell Biology.

Every week we see exciting science and technology news pop up in our social media news feeds. From the outside it may seem that the science industry is blazing forward in an unstoppable surge of discovery and innovation.

Evolving scientific culture and policy are directing more and more biomedical data into public data repositories.

Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Cell Biology, Stem Cell Biology, Cell Biology, and Respiratory Pathology.

Wearable technology, implantable nano-devices, 3D-printed organs and drones are all slowly but surely bringing us to the fabulous science fiction of Star Trek – in which most medical procedures, including brain surgery, could be done via noninvasi

The explosion of smart phones over the last decade has paved the way for an industry of personalized and portable medicine.

Rates of childhood peanut allergies in the Western world have doubled in the last decade: the current rate is estimated at 1.4-3 percent. Many public schools now forbid peanut butter, fearing that one child could trigger another’s severe allergy.
Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Neuoscience, Physiology and Biochemistry.

Kelly Weinersmith recently completed her Ph.D. at UC Davis and is now a Huxley Fellow at Rice University in Houston, Texas.