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From the man who gave us the automated DNA sequencer comes a whole new approach to the study of life.
Hearts have long been regulated by electronic implants. Now it’s the brain’s turn.
Tools to hit a hot new drug target.
Digital anatomy of individual patients.
Keeping the beat with a brain pacemaker.
A smart glass that can sense, absorb and release biomolecules on cue could provide a novel means of drug delivery.
Now reinventing recent patents, genetic programming heads toward automated “invention machines.”
Single-patient clinical trials may get the right drugs sooner to patients who are willing to do some extra work.