In this edition, we learn about: Battling the serious immune reaction that happens with sepsis, with Peter Ward (special issue of Trends in Molecular Medicine). The link between cell metabolism, fertility, and lifespan, with Shawn Ahmed (6:30) (Cell Reports). Other great research highlights from around Cell Press (12:00).
“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” A Dragon takes flight With a roar from its American Falcon 9 engines, SpaceX’s Dragon cargo ship blasted off from Space Launch Complex 40 at Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Friday to rendezvous with the International Space Station. The unmanned cargo vessel is carrying almost 5,000 pounds of scientific experiments and supplies for the Expedition 39 crew and should arrive at the orbiting laboratory on Sunday. Pad 39A Milestone
“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” A “go” to build OSIRIS-REx
“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” Underground water on Saturn moon
“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” Bolden testifies about budget
Listen to the Editor of Cell, Emilie Marcus, explore the history of the journal and the roots of Cell's ongoing commitment to a strong editorial voice, as well as the new horizons of biology, in an interview with long-time Cell author, reviewer, and reader, Tony Hunter from the Salk Institute (0:00) (Cell). Learn about the possible links between retroviruses and cancer, with John Coffin (9:40) (Cell Host and Microbe). Hear from multiple scientists who study drivers of cancer and discover how these genes and proteins might be targeted to prevent cancer’s spread (16:26)(from Cancer Cell). Plus, sample a selection of the hottest new papers from Cell Press (24:15).
“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” Bolden visits Ames
“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” SLS flight avionics and software
“Here’s some of the stories trending This Week at NASA!” FY 2015 Budget briefed NASA’s Fiscal Year 2015 budget proposal was announced March 4. The 17-point-5 billion dollar budget supports NASA’s new strategic plan to drive advances in science, technology, aeronautics and space exploration.