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Engineering mice with a fat-burning strategy from bacteria keeps the animals thin.
Mapping how our neural circuits change under the influence of anesthesia could shed light on one of neuroscience’s most perplexing riddles: consciousness.
The advance could lead to noninvasive ways to test for diseases in the womb.
According to a study with mice, restricting calories may boost longevity – by altering growth hormone and insulin.
The technology, called RNAi, can pinpoint the genetic origins of behavior in the brain.
A surface textured with carbon nanotubes could encourage cells to grow.
Research with rats points the way to delivering gene therapies for diabetes using tiny bubbles and ultrasound.
In the wake of Google Health’s collapse, one company hopes to promote personal health tracking through employers.
New software is inspired by algorithms that target online ads or recommend books and movies.
Salamanders regrow limbs with less drastic cellular changes than previously thought.