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A device tracks pigeons’ brain activity as they find their way home.
Advanced Cell Technology will seek approval for human trials of its treatment for vision loss.
A company wants to improve monoclonal-antibody therapies by tailoring them to patients’ genotypes.
Engineering mice with a fat-burning strategy from bacteria keeps the animals thin.
A startup company is developing contact lenses that deliver medications directly to the eye.
New technology makes it possible to alter plant genes precisely and efficiently.
A new approach offers a more efficient way to design biological “circuits.”
Some diabetics who received a stem-cell transplant do not need insulin injections years later.
Seward Rutkove explains how a technique called electrical impedance myography (EIM) can be used to measure the health of muscles. He demonstrates a handheld device that can now perform EIM measurements much more quickly than before.
A handheld device could give doctors more precise data about muscle health–painlessly.