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I write about the brain and other strange natural phenomena.
A telemedicine company brings $1 virtual checkups to poor countries.
Made from cheap, mass-producible parts, the device could help scientists learn how the brain directs movement.
Apps that connect to medical monitors have been shown to improve the health of people with diabetes and hypertension—and could ease the burden on the health-care system.
A technology used to develop new medical treatments might one day revive endangered or extinct species.
Those with higher levels of a particular molecule were found to be more likely to die of heart disease or cancer in the next dozen years.
Pierre Magistretti of the Brain Mind Institute at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne explains how holographic microscopy works.
The approach could ultimately be used to rapidly screen new drugs designed to protect brain cells.
The technique could ultimately offer a way to make electronic medical records more useful.
Ben Rubin, cofounder and CTO of Zeo and part of the 2011 TR35, has developed a consumer device that detects the user’s phase of sleep.