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How do you study cell division, without cells?
We find out about how cells can ignore messages that would otherwise control them.
Scientists from the UK and Sweden have discovered important cells that breast cancer can stem from in mice.
For this edition of Science Snaps we peer inside some bones, investigating how leukaemia cells get around and dodge treatment.
We step behind the microscope to look at research into shape-shifting cancer cells that’s funded by Stand Up To Cancer.
After 15 years of painstaking work, a team of scientists have revealed the detailed structure of one of the molecules controlling a T cell’s fate.
Step behind the microscope and find out how this image is helping our scientists understand more about how bowel cancer develops.
Our researchers have made an unexpected connection between the biological processes involved in nerve repair and the way some cancers spread.
We home in on tiny cellular structures called ‘centrosomes’, exploring new research on cancer cell division with implications for drug development.
We explore new research showing how healthy cells surrounding a melanoma may help the cancer cells become resistant to targeted cancer drugs.