Category Archives: Biology

25 Oct

Vaccine against influenza : confection

I am sure you have already heard about these Influenza episods. Every year, the same story is repeated, we can see on TV or hear on the radio these advertisements for the vaccine of the year. Do you know the reason why every year, scientists have to produce a new […]

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06 Oct

Two human brains connected remotely

If I refer to the Larousse dictionary, it is telepathy which I will talk about today. That is to say, the transmission of any thoughts or impressions of a person to another without any communication with known sensory pathways. Science fiction you say? Yet it’s just the Science! And hop […]

23 Sep

Discovery of a new hominid species

When Lee Berger hired two cavers to explore some South African caves in search of fossils, he probably did not expect to discover a whole new species of hominid. However, in the Rising Star cave, lying 48km north of Johanessburg, a newfound chamber revealed a huge collection of fossils, enough […]

18 Sep

Thérapie immunitaire vs Leucémie Lymphoïde Chronique

10 Sep

A new step towards curing chronic myelogenous leukemia

This is a new article about an amazing study that gives great hope for fighting against leukemia. Actually this new treatment targets most particularly chronic myelogenous leukemia. And I am proud to announce that this discovery was made by French researchers, from the CEA (Atomic energy and alternatives energies commission). […]

26 Aug

Back from the USA

After a few weeks of holidays I am back to continue my journey with you guys with 2 Steps From Science! I was for a few days in New York and I had the opportunity to visit the American Museum of Natural History, which was simply awesome! I really advise […]

18 Jul

Dossier ADN et clonage

  Salut tout le monde ! Comme promis, voici mon dossier complet sur l’ADN et le clonage. L’ADN est une molĂ©cule immense dont le nom complet est Acide DĂ©soxyribo NuclĂ©ique. Cette molĂ©cule est prĂ©sente dans toutes les cellules et est en fait une sorte de code qui dĂ©finit toutes les caractĂ©ristiques […]

17 Jul

Back to the future !

  Hello tout le monde ! Un petit post de circonstance alors que le nouveau film « Jurassic World » est encore au cinĂ©ma et qu’une Ă©quipe de recherche annonce avoir dĂ©couvert le premier gĂ©nome mitochondrial d’une espèce Ă©teinte (un bison des steppes). L’idĂ©e m’est venue d’écrire sur la rĂ©introduction […]