Plants use chemical reactions to calculate the rate at which they can use up their stores of starch during the night and still have some left at sunrise.
Episode 2: July 2013
INRA, Jean Weber (CC BY 2.0)
6:58A mathematical model predicts that cancer drugs given in combination are more effective than the same drugs given in sequence.
14:50Researchers have identified a receptor protein that prevents blood vessels forming in the outer retina – a process that can lead to blindness.
22:22Single-molecule measurements in living cells reveal that a single foreign peptide is able to activate a single T cell.
27:52eLife features editor Peter Rodgers discusses recent articles on science policy, a sensor for measuring ammonium and the evolution of gene regulation in yeast.