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New models of the human liver will help uncover toxicity problems before drugs reach the clinic.
Drugs much more powerful than the resveratrol found in red wine will be tested to treat diabetes.
Your holiday turkey won’t give you more faith in your family, but research published last year suggests that there is a relationship between tryptophan and trust.
Sophisticated brain-imaging studies suggest new ways to treat chronic pain.
Pharmaceuticals from natural sources could be easier to find and cleaner to make, thanks to a new catalyst.
New drugs in clinical trials for muscle-wasting diseases could become the next big thing for athletes.
New drugs that mimic mutations found in buff animals could treat muscle-wasting diseases.
Drugs in development could treat the cognitive deficits caused by Alzheimer’s.
Physics-based modeling may accelerate the drug-development process.
Carbon nanotubes may help scientists create smarter implants.