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A new type of sensor makes diagnosing infections quick and easy.
A company is preparing human trials of a DNA-based, universal influenza vaccine.
The company sequenced the genomes in the last six months and plans 10,000 more next year.
The genetic risk factors could help scientists predict and better understand the disease.
A new method tested in monkeys for replacing mitochondrial DNA could one day prevent devastating diseases.
A breakthrough in DNA origami creates twisted and curved shapes to order.
Dye-doped DNA nanofibers can be tuned to emit different colors of light.
A new handheld device isolates DNA from human fluid without the use of electrical power.