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A trick to assemble nanowires on silicon could lead to cheap, tiny sensing devices.
A DNA chip could make it easier to diagnose rare conditions while the patient is still in utero.
Parallels between mice and yeast uncover a potentially universal aging mechanism.
Devices that self-assemble from biological molecules could represent the future of drug delivery.
A noninvasive technique screens maternal blood for fetal DNA.
A broad-acting vaccine might be key.
The latest forensic weapon is a device that identifies crime scene DNA in a few hours.
Scanning DNA for structural changes brings new insight into disease.