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An inexpensive microfluidics chip could lead to earlier cancer detection and treatment.
A new nanoscale tool reveals strong electric fields inside cells.
Microwaves can significantly shrink cancer cells.
Future diagnostic tests for cancer may probe cell stiffness.
Pioneering cancer researcher Robert Weinberg says that deadly secondary tumors happen when cancer cells don’t act their age.
A tiny radio made out of a single nanotube could find use in biological and environmental sensors.
New drugs in clinical trials for muscle-wasting diseases could become the next big thing for athletes.
A new contrast agent could help those for whom mammography is ineffective.
The first complete map of protein interactions in human cells could lead to better treatment for breast cancer.
Physics-based modeling may accelerate the drug-development process.