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Nuclear resonance fluorescence may help
MIT-trained economist rethought global trade
Research shows that outside stimuli can turn genes on and off in developing brains
Hydrophones are as effective as hurricane flights, but cheaper
Nanotech makes thermoelectric materials viable.
Research could lead to new treatments for brain injuries, neurodegenerative disorders.
New role for “undertaker” cells may lead to new therapies.
Automated production of highly complex molecules could aid understanding of many major diseases.
Decoy compounds show promise for new drug therapy.