elife Episode 2: Plants keep Thyme, cancer drug resistance and clear corneas
How plants do molecular mathematics to "thyme" their starch consumption, how cancers evolve resistance to chemotherapy and how to combat it, how the retina and cornea keep themselves clear of blood vessels, watching T cell receptors in real time and do governments listen to scientists?
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Plants use molecular mathematics through the night to stave off starvation!
Why do tumours become resistant to chemotherapy? New modelling research reveals ways to stop this from happening...
There are at least two places in the body where blood vessels are discouraged from growing and both are in the eye - why?
How does the immune system detect form pathogens - virus and bacteria - at the molecular level?
Features editor Peter Rogers has a selection of some choice morsels that have appeared this month in the journal.