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A new study uses optogenetics to control beating heart cells, pointing the way toward a better pacemaker.
Studies show that the genetic risk of disease varies between different ethnic groups, and data on some groups is lacking.
Tissue engineering allows for complex three-dimensional cell construction.
The treatment suggests that the approach could be used to treat more common disorders.
Researchers call the experimental drug a major success for targeted cancer therapies.
A new type of genetic switch gives bioengineers better control over microbes.
Scientists can predict who will live past 100 using a subset of 150 genetic variations.
Foundation Medicine will provide a personalized picture of a patient’s disease.
A genome built from scratch is a step toward synthesizing novel organisms.