Membrane-less organelles, found inside human cells, have a variety of important biological functions, from gene regulation to stress response.
UB’s physics department is hosting a conference for Large Hadron Collider researchers this week.
The minimally invasive technique could lead to advances in mapping the brain and treating neurological disease.
Researchers show that they can quickly measure a protein’s microscopic movements, opening new possibilities in medical research.
Funding comes as the field marks its latest big discovery — the observation of the Higgs boson’s most common mode of decay.