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Understanding the different populations of mutant cells in a cancer could mean more targeted treatments.
The first continuous monitoring system for glaucoma hits the European market.
The fluorescent molecule targets tumors to guide surgeons and provide pre- and post-op imaging.
Engineers are designing a helmet that could protect the spine from serious injury.
The novel particles could last longer in the blood.
This video shows how researchers at Oregon Health & Science University created a fertile egg through a process they call spindle-chromosomal complex transfer, which allowed for the complete replacement of mitochondrial DNA.
A video narrated by Russell Stewart shows the sandcastle worm creating its mineral tube and a brief demonstration of synthetic adhesive based on the worm’s natural glue.