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Biomedicine Archive

  • Molecularly Driven

    A physicist becomes an entrepreneur – and combines her interests in biosensors, biomedicine, and nanotechnology.


  • Better Biotech Plants

    Metabolomics may help scientists to engineer sophisticated plant factories.

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  • Debating Immortality - 2

    Biologist Aubrey de Grey still believes humans could live indefinitely – or at least that it’s worth discussing.


  • Debating Immortality

    Aubrey de Grey believes we can live forever. Gerontologist Richard Miller at the University of Michigan begs to differ.


  • Predicting Liver Toxicity

    A new way to keep human liver cells alive in the lab could help researchers weed out toxic drugs before they get to market.

  • Universal Flu Vaccines

    Fears of a flu pandemic have renewed efforts to develop more effective catch-all vaccines.


  • Drawing Out Autism

    Using brain imaging and advanced genetic tools, a new MIT collaboration is trying to show how genes could mold the autistic.


  • EKG to Go

    A new handheld heart monitor and subscription service may assuage heart-attack fears – for people who can afford it.


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