To sense sound, this earless organism relies on a mechanism found across many species, new study finds
LSI scientists have discovered how millimeter-long roundworms sense sound waves without ears, revealing similarities in sound-sensing mechanisms found in other species, from worms to mammals.
LSI faculty member aims to uncover a new view of neurodegeneration with Klatskin-Sutker Discovery Fund Award
LSI faculty member Shyamal Mosalaganti is developing a novel approach to investigate neurodegeneration from a structural perspective with a new award from the LSI’s Klatskin-Sutker Discovery Fund.
Researchers have discovered how the pieces of one molecular machine inside bacteria fit together, improving scientists’ abilities to recreate this well-evolved machine in the lab.