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Biomedicine Archive

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    Promising new antibiotics, antidotes, and vaccines emerge.

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    Devices that connect the brain with computers could lead to mind-controlled robots, repair neurological disorders, and even improve memory.

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  • Paperless Medicine

    Doctors use surprisingly low tech ways to keep track of patient information-sometimes with fatal results. Despite high costs and cultural barriers, electronic record keeping is starting to bring medicine into the digital age.

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    How can you protect yourself from biological and chemical weapons? Forget duct tape. The answer is blowing in the wind.

  • Iris Identification

    How the technology behind biometric security works.

  • Why Cells Die

    A Nobel Prize-winning discovery may redefine the way we treat diseases.

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