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Biomedicine Archive

  • Squeal Stopper

    A material that expands when voltage is applied could silence an automobile’s brakes.

  • Under Your Thumb

    A new kind of computer pointing device that spares the wrists could avert carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Bone Bonder

    In a development that bodes well for sufferers of osteoporosis, a new artificial bone material appears to be just as strong as the real thing.

  • Biotech Bugs Take Wing

    Could release of a genetically modified insect help eliminate a major threat to the U.S. cotton crop?

  • Robo Rehab

    Stroke victims recover more fully with the guidance of ever-smarter robots.

  • Methuselah Man

    Q&A: Biologist Aubrey de Grey is convinced that mice-and people-should be able to live for a very long time.

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