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Biomedicine Archive

  • Barrel of DNA

    Researchers have built a device that could be used to deliver drugs to sepcific tissues

  • New Optical Glucose Sensor

    A hair-like optical fiber implanted in the skin could make frequent glucose measurements easier for diabetics.

  • A Four-Cent Inhaler

    A cheap inhaler offers an alternative to syringes in delivering some drugs and vaccines.

  • Printing Muscle and Bone

    Ink-jet printers allow tissue engineers to control cell development and could one day be used to construct complex cellular structures.

  • New Hope for Stem-Cell Therapy

    Stem cells derived via asexual reproduction could provide an efficient way to generate cells that are tissue-matched to the donor.


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