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Biomedicine Archive

  • Beyond Self-Tying Sutures

    As shape-memory polymers find commercial application, one researcher has activated them remotely using magnetism.

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  • Mouse with a Glowing Heart

    Glowing cells are being used to study heart injuries, stem cell transplants, and processes for signalling in the brain.

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  • Brain Trainer

    How to conquer cognitive decline, one game at a time.

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  • A Surprising Clue to Parkinson's

    Drugs that boost the protein clumping that occurs during neurodegenerative disease could provide a new route to treatment.

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  • Watching Cancer Cells Die

    Is a cancer treatment actually helping? Nanoparticles that detect cell death may supply a quick answer.

  • The Knowledge

    Biotechnology’s advance could give malefactors the ability to manipulate life processes – and even affect human behavior.

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