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The approach could ultimately be used to rapidly screen new drugs designed to protect brain cells.
A new study uses optogenetics to control beating heart cells, pointing the way toward a better pacemaker.
Scientists have found a way to use light to control blood sugar in mice.
Ed Boyden is learning how to alter behavior by using light to turn neurons on and off.
The new design could lead to cheaper solar cells.
A new lighting system uses network cables, instead of electrical wires, to supply power and carry data.
UV-responsive dyes embedded in contact lenses can quickly adapt.