Remembering Kary Mullis, Pioneer of PCR

Kary Mullis, the inventor of polymerase chain reaction, died in August 2019. Syndromic testing from BioFire is made possible by his groundbreaking work.

How Epidemiology Began with a London Water Pump

In 1854, a physician named John Snow removed a water pump’s handle—and it changed the world.

10 Women in History Who Helped Make the World a Healthier Place

It's Women's History Month, and we're celebrating by spotlighting 10 women who helped make the world a healthier place.