Many Seek Care At Boston 'Tick-Borne Impairment' Clinic That Tries To Avoid Taking Sides On Lyme
Instead of focusing on the most contentious Lyme disease questions -- diagnostic labels, long-term antibiotics -- Spaulding Hospital's Dean Center sidesteps the controversy and focuses on treating patients’ symptoms.
One Step Closer To Making Mice That Fight Lyme, Scientists Ask Nantucket: Should We Move Forward?
If the proposal comes to fruition, it could mean that a few years from now, islanders will witness the first deliberate release of a gene-edited mammal into the environment, says MIT biologist Kevin Esvelt.
Can Geometry Help Fix Our Political System? Mathematicians Invite Public To Fight Gerrymandering
A group of Boston-based mathematicians calling themselves the Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group are holding public workshops this week in an effort to get the "mathematically inclined" more engaged with issues surrounding redistricting.