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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
Technologies for regenerating damaged cells could one day help aging iPod addicts – who are at higher risk of hearing loss.
A study of long-lived families will help isolate the genetic mysteries that allow some people to live disease-free into their nineties and beyond.
A monkey is able to feed itself with a robotic arm.
A study of seven illnesses, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease, identifies new candidate genes.
The FDA is poised to decide whether biotech animals should be sold as food.
New techniques to capture single thought processes open up new possibilities for neuro-imaging.
After the Haiti earthquake, physicians tested a vacuum pump meant to speed healing.
A mysterious substance in blood rejuvenates blood-forming stem cells.
Regions of DNA prone to duplication may have played a vital role in human evolution.
Superdense arrays of electrodes will bring scientists closer to an artificial retina that approximates normal vision.