By Jesse Klein

Plugging into the Immunology Matrix

Antibodies are the human body’s most versatile and effective system for protecting the body from foreign threats. Because of their unique structure, antibodies can specifically recognize and bind to pathogens and other foreign molecules.

Finding the truth behind funny

When Robert Provine first decided to study laughter a little more than two decades ago, he developed a very simple protocol: He would invite people into the lab, present them with videos of the best comedy sketches available, and record their laughter. It didn’t work.

Hello & Goodbye

The word “endangered” has allowed humans to feel detached from the effects we are having on other animals.