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Biomedicine Archive

  • TR10 Follow-up

    This year’s TR10 marks the fourth time that Technology Review has identified 10 top emerging technologies. Here is what is happening with seven of the 30 previous selections.

  • Biotechnology

    New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs–and what they mean

  • Shaping Up Proteins

    Targeting misfolded proteins could usher in a brand new class of drugs.

  • Race and Medicine

    Population genomics is expanding our knowledge of human diversity. What role should race have in drug development?

  • Synopses: Biotechnology

    Genes put African Americans at higher risk of disease; fat secretes hormone that may control diabetes; toward a plausible RNAi therapy.

  • Let the Market Decide

    Some would ban cat cloning – but pet lovers are willing to pay for it.

  • The Darwinian Interlude

    Biotechnology will do away with species. Good: cultural evolution is better than natural selection.

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