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Researchers are plotting strategies against the next major flu outbreak using clues from the 1918 virus.
New technology being tested could provide a noninvasive approach to treating stroke.
An earlier measure of treatment could improve patients’ prognosis.
A new biosensor can spot potent cancer-killing immune cells.
A new kind of sensor could one day be used to detect lung cancer.
A new method tested in monkeys for replacing mitochondrial DNA could one day prevent devastating diseases.
The first artificial cell organelle may help researchers find a way to make bioengineered heparin and other synthetic drugs.
A startup aims to spur the body’s native stem cells to heal disease.
Understanding how viruses evolve could help predict the next outbreak.
A new “smart patch” determines caloric intake and expenditure.