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MIT professor Karen Gleason can waterproof just about anything by coating it with an ultrathin layer of Teflon.
Massachusetts General Hospital doctors lead a tour of what they hope will be the world’s most efficient operating room.
New antibiotics that disrupt microbial communication could help cystic fibrosis patients.
Michigan State University researcher Juyang Weng shows off his “developmental” robots, which learn the same way kids do.
Adding blood vessels to engineered skin could help heal burns.
Carnegie Mellon’s Alex Waibel aims to turn computers into astute observers that sense our needs-and even our emotions.
The human liver cells in Linda Griffith’s miniature device behave just as they would in the body, permitting more accurate drug and toxin testing.
An implantable device may soon curb overeating.
New drugs kill tumors from the inside out.
Implanted electrodes could aid paralyzed patients.