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Jon Cohen is a correspondent for Science and a freelance writer; his books include Shots in the Dark: The Wayward Search for an AIDS Vaccine. He has covered the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa and elsewhere since the early 1990s.
Melvin Cohn uses computers to clarify one of biology’s most confusing fields.
A crisis in Nigeria highlights the tangled politics of vaccination.
Critics say the U.S. military is wasting millions on a doomed AIDS-vaccine trial in Thailand
Systems biology aims to provide a clearer picture of how diseases work-and how to prevent them.
Advances in genetic screening are opening a new window on the genetic fate of the unborn. Are parents ready for the choices they will face?
Vaccine shortages could have the United States on the brink of a public health disaster. Federal health organizations are pushing for nationalized vaccine production, but industry says no.
With a hugely ambitious new research program, the pharmaceutical giant has revived the hunt for a vaccine to prevent AIDS. Will others follow?
Now that the human genome project is done, proteins are set to displace genes as the new darlings of drug discovery. But are biologists up to the task?
The CEO of Human Genome Sciences, Bill Haseltine, has created a powerful new tool that he just knows will revolutionize the discovery of new medicines.