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3-D x-ray videos of species in motion will help scientists understand how they evolved.
A new blood test uses scraps of fetal DNA to piece together a prenatal diagnosis.
People with a cholesterol gene variant are more likely to live longer and with better brain function.
A new device uses inexpensive, low-power magnets and lasers to create images for materials and biomedical applications.
An ingested wireless capsule that can help clinicians diagnose digestive disorders is ready for patients.
Scientists can view brain-cell activity in living animals.
Combining imaging technologies with tracking systems for surgical instruments will allow clinicians to navigate the body.
Drug-resistant communities of bacteria pose a challenge for treatment.
The technology, called RNAi, can pinpoint the genetic origins of behavior in the brain.
Research with rats points the way to delivering gene therapies for diabetes using tiny bubbles and ultrasound.