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New Scientific Publications

Each week, Fred Hutch librarians search PubMed and Web of Science to discover new papers published by Fred Hutch authors
3 NEW Week of September 13, 2020
Discovering new strategies used in arms race between bacteria and the viruses that infect them

Discovering new strategies used in arms race between bacteria and the viruses that infect them

Dr. Kevin Forsberg tapped for NIAID New Innovators Award to study arms race between viruses and bacteria
Hutch News - June 23, 2020
DNA methyltransferases, of Mice and Men

DNA methyltransferases, of Mice and Men

From the Malik lab, Basic Sciences Division
Science Spotlight - April 20, 2020
Shedding light on male infertility

Shedding light on male infertility

Pathway to Independence Award supports postdoctoral research on fast-changing cell structure genes
Hutch News - April 08, 2020
Age-old arms race points way to new-and-improved antiviral protein

Age-old arms race points way to new-and-improved antiviral protein

Guided by evolution, scientists create more potent antiviral that unexpectedly continues blocking dissimilar viruses
Hutch News - October 01, 2019
New type of viral anti-CRISPR found in human microbiome

New type of viral anti-CRISPR found in human microbiome

Protein used by viruses to combat DNA-snipping action of bacteria's CRISPR immune system
Hutch News - September 12, 2019
Harmit Malik elected to National Academy of Sciences

Harmit Malik elected to National Academy of Sciences

Evolutionary biologist honored for fundamental discoveries of genetic conflict
Hutch News - May 01, 2019
2 Hutch postdocs named Damon Runyon-Dale F. Frey Breakthrough Scientists

2 Hutch postdocs named Damon Runyon-Dale F. Frey Breakthrough Scientists

Drs. Alistair Russell and Tera Levin among few Damon Runyon Fellows selected for further support
Hutch News - February 21, 2019
Understanding HIV’s evolutionary past — and future

Understanding HIV’s evolutionary past — and future

Studies of how the virus evolved and how it might change down the road could help researchers develop vaccines or cures for the infection
Hutch News - November 20, 2017
A ‘selfish gene’ that poisons its own host

A ‘selfish gene’ that poisons its own host

Discovery of genes that divide two species in a simple fungus sheds light on complex evolutionary principles
Hutch News - June 20, 2017
Domesticated transposons help feng shui DNA

Domesticated transposons help feng shui DNA

From Malik (Basic Sciences Division, Fred Hutch) and the Yao (Academia Sinica, Taiwan) Laboratories
Science Spotlight - March 20, 2017
'Mother's Curse' mutation — harmful to males but not females — ID'd for the first time in animals

'Mother's Curse' mutation — harmful to males but not females — ID'd for the first time in animals

Study in fruit flies identifies a mutation in mitochondria — the energy factories of our cells — that harms males but not females
Hutch News - August 02, 2016
The plastic fantastic brain: Why losing one sense rewires others

The plastic fantastic brain: Why losing one sense rewires others

Study finds worms that can’t feel are better smellers — and the phenomenon is reversible
Hutch News - January 19, 2016
The sixth samurai: Finding a gene that divides one species from another

The sixth samurai: Finding a gene that divides one species from another

How six male flies — among more than 300,000 females — led to the discovery of an evolution-driving gene
Hutch News - December 17, 2015
HIV’s unusual family tree

HIV’s unusual family tree

How the virus leapt from monkeys to chimps to humans, and why it doesn’t happen more often
Hutch News - September 25, 2015
Fantastic failures: Scientific setbacks fuel big gains

Fantastic failures: Scientific setbacks fuel big gains

Whether solving the mysteries of outer space or cancer cells, many major advances followed messy moments
Hutch News - August 18, 2015
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