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Blood tests that detect cancer in its early stages would save countless lives. The first could arrive within a year.
Insights into the neuroscience behind pain are spawning a new generation of drugs designed to short-circuit the body’s pain signals without side effects.
RNA-based method thwarts blood vessels.
A new fuel cell taps the energy of seafloor sediments.
RNA-based drugs offer hope for treating cancer, AIDS, and other diseases.
Biotech: Protein power, without the problems.
Isolation of key genes at the heart of Alzheimer’s disease has set off a frenzied race to find a drug to stop this cruel affliction in its tracks.
The Human Genome Project is in the news. But entrepreneurs are already catching the next wave - 3-D protein structures. The payoff will be drug discovery at genomic speed.
After a decade of disappointment and a teenager’s death, this experimental treatment faces a crucial test. Can it cure hemophilia?