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A prototype silk biosensor could someday alert doctors to signs of disease.
A new smart pill could let doctors know when patients have taken their medicine.
A snakelike robotic arm may one day medically attend to soldiers as they are carried off the battlefield.
A team of Swiss researchers has designed a vaccine that lowers blood pressure.
A new noninvasive tool uses electromagnetic waves to measure glucose levels.
A new technique uses a magnetic field to guide potential therapies to stents in clogged blood vessels.
Researchers have designed a process to generate hydrogen from organic materials.
A new kind of tattoo ink could make removal a lot easier.
A platelet-rich gel derived from one’s own blood could speed up the healing of wounds and cuts.
A new way to move fluids around on a “lab on a chip” could make sophisticated portable blood tests more practical.