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A simple method uses stem cells from bone tissue to repair serious injuries quickly and cheaply.
In his new book Biopunk: DIY Scientists Hack the Software of Life, Marcus Wohlsen explores the new movement in garage-based biotech.
A technique that alters T cells has been shown to reduce the amount of virus in infected people.
Francis Collins’s book offers optimism but no grand plan.
A musical code for amino acids produces biological harmonies. Listen to examples here.
University of Iowa researchers believe they have found a genetic pattern among smokers.
Researchers are fooling around with E. coli.
Biologist Doug Melton talks about how disease-specific stem cells will reshape medicine.
A new material promises safer brain implants.