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Gold nanoparticles could be used to regulate blood clotting.
Diagramming the wiring of retinal neurons is a first step toward mapping the brain.
A key to cognitive flexibility.
Researchers form compounds that help liver cells grow outside the body.
Study of anesthesia-induced brain-wave patterns could help doctors make sure patients don’t wake up during operations
Metastatic cells move through tight spaces more quickly than ordinary cells
The patient who transformed the science of memory
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