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Thirty-four million people in the world are infected with HIV. Only eight million have access to life-saving drugs, and there’s no effective vaccine. Researchers at the Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT, and Harvard won’t rest until they find one.
Some cancer cell mutations can slow or halt tumor growth
Porcupine quill study could lead to better needles and surgical adhesives
Understanding how cancer cells adhere to new sites may help fight metastasis
Carbon nanotube pencils could simplify gas detection
New nanoparticles could speed development of cancer drugs
Antibiotic nanoparticles could target drug-resistant bacteria
Glucose-powered brain implants could one day help paralyzed patients
Nanoparticles that synthesize proteins could treat cancer