Cells programmed to glow provide an early warning system for biological conditions.
Recognizing Shigetoshi Eda for inventing a method to diagnose Johne’s disease in domestic and wild animals.
Recognizing Hannah Woo for her research and scholarship in the area of environmental biology.
Bioluminescent zebrafish show potential to save time and money in the development of new drugs for humans.
National Academy of Sciences member Dan Simberloff investigates the impact of biological invasions.
Recognizing Beth Schussler for her strategic initiatives in biology education.