The search for a pharmaceutical “magic bullet” is something that’s hard-wired both into our culture and our science.
How did we, land of the innovative and home of the clever, end up so far off the podium when it comes to protecting ourselves against the deadliest pandemic in a century?
OMRF researchers study cellular phenomena that lead to things like loss of muscle and balance. But what about the other part of the equation?
I first learned about the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation a few years after I arrived in Oklahoma. I’d received a freelance writing assignment from Oklahoma Today magazine, and my editor tasked me with writing a profile of Dr. Jordan Tang. Tang had recently discovered the enzyme believed responsible for Alzheimer’s disease, cloned the enzyme, and then […]
Richardson apologized and accepted her penalty. But, really, should she have?
We don’t know when Bin Kang started faking his research. Or why.