Saturday event gives the public a close up look at cancer research

Cancer researchers host talks, tours and interactive learning at Ann Arbor’s North Campus Research Complex

cancer researchHave you ever wondered what cancer researchers do all day (and sometimes all night) in their laboratories? Activities can be as complex as designing new experiments and carrying out existing ones, or as simple as feeding breakfast to a dish full of cells. Cancer research can aim to learn more about treating adults, or treating children. And sometimes researchers use a lot of jargon that actually makes sense, once you’re in the know, like ‘Hedgehog signaling pathway.’

Scientists and other researchers at the University of Michigan’s Translational Continue reading