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A bioabsorbable drug-eluting stent developed by Abbott treats coronary artery disease and is absorbed into the walls of treated arteries within two years. It leaves behind blood vessels that appeared to move and function similar to normal arteries.
An absorbable coronary stent shows promise in early trials.
Delivering electrical stimulation via the spinal cord could help ease symptoms of the disease.
A diverse group of antibodies may work together to neutralize the virus, suggesting a new approach to vaccination.
BioNanomatrix cofounder Han Cao explains how his company’s nanofluidic chip could dramatically decrease the cost of genome sequencing.
Scientists announce the first complete draft of our closest relative’s genome.
Lasers and a century-old dye could supplant needles and thread.
Researchers take a step toward letting infertile women be their own egg donors.
New studies paint an exhaustively detailed picture of two deadly cancers.