On Thanksgiving, turkeys will adorn close to 90 percent of U.S. dinner tables. But one part of the bird never makes it to the groaning board, or even to the giblet bag: the tail.
The economic model for academic journal publications is broken. As scholars are handicapped by limited access to research in their fields, scientific progress is restricted and slows, and society ultimately loses.
To date, 50 CSU authors have contributed 67 articles that have been read by more than 1.5 million people in countries across the globe.
What if one’s risk of getting breast cancer were influenced by one’s inherited capacity for fitness?