School of Medicine researchers discover a new tool in the fight against Huntington's disease: a way to convert human skin cells directly into a specific type of brain cell affected by the ultimately fatal neurodegenerative disorder.
The right to privacy in a big data world
Human skin cells reprogrammed directly into brain cells
Many older people have mutations linked to leukemia, lymphoma in their blood cells
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At the intersection of science and art: Mark Rollins, PhD, has made a career at Washington University out of researching, discussing and teaching the connection between science and the humanities. MORE
Preparing for life beyond Olin: Every fall semester, Olin's Weston Career Center conducts "Meet The Firms," where students are able to meet and interact with companies in a stress-free environment. Watch Video
Seth Carlin in concert Oct. 26
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