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Bacterial shells deliver a double whammy to cancer.
A cocktail of proteins converts embryonic cells into cardiac cells that might someday replace damaged tissue.
Nanowire arrays could be used for future medical implants.
Specially engineered cells arrange themselves into three-dimensional microtissues.
A newly made synthetic ribosome is an important step in the quest to create artificial life forms.
Tiny sensors can monitor cancer-causing agents and chemotherapy drugs in cells.
Single-celled organisms could be “trained” to deliver drugs.
Light microscopes make a comeback.
Scientists witness the birth of an HIV particle as it happens.