A new study explores how cells maintain coordination during critical phases of the cell cycle despite naturally occurring variations.
VBI research is making connections between the body's internal clock and wide range of health impacts, including a higher incidence of cancer among night shift workers.
Refinements to a model that simulates the impact of genetic mutations on cell division could could help predict errors that produce and sustain harmful cell populations.
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Setting the stage for VBI's ongoing space consolidation efforts, 50 VBI employees moved to new works paces this month. Schematics of our main campus facility map out these new arrangements.
Each year, Kids' Tech University offers opportunities to spread the joy of scientific discovery. Find out more about the 2016 program and sign up to host a booth at a hands-on activity fair.
Planned improvements to VBI's high-performance computing infrastructure will double the square footage, add two megawatts of power, and expand to include 40 water-cooled racks.