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An inexpensive microfluidics chip could lead to earlier cancer detection and treatment.
A study suggests that age-related chemical signals in blood impair the growth of new neurons, but young blood can refresh old brains.
The latest forensic weapon is a device that identifies crime scene DNA in a few hours.
A new technique uses a magnetic field to guide potential therapies to stents in clogged blood vessels.
A pharmaceutical company is developing a highly sensitive test that could catch the deadly disease in its early stages.
A platelet-rich gel derived from one’s own blood could speed up the healing of wounds and cuts.
Researchers have found a way to efficiently convert different human blood types into a neutral type that can be given to any patient.
Researchers get closer to making the drug heparin without raw animal materials.
A startup is developing oxygen-carrying compounds that it says could make radiation therapy more effective in half of all cancer patients.
A biotech startup is testing a gel that could make cardiovascular procedures safer.