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What exactly are bacteria? What types of bacteria are there? And are they really as bad as people think they are?
Mitosis is an important part of cell division that helps organisms grow and repair themselves.
When the cells of Henrietta Lacks were collected by medical researchers after her death in 1951, it changed the future of medicine.
When a person has cancer, CAR-T Therapy uses their own cells to destroy the cancer cells in their body.
When you cut your finger, your immune system kicks in to protect you from pathogens.
Astronauts can experience bone loss in space. To understand why, you need to know a bit about how bones are formed and maintained in your body.
This backgrounder explains the effects of radiation on cells and DNA.