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Doctors can’t do much in cases of severe muscle damage. New research shows that hair-thin threads might help.
Researchers create a protein-based material that flexes just like the real thing.
Forearm electrodes could enable new forms of hands-free computer interaction.
Tiny implants that connect to nerve cells could make it easier to control prosthetic limbs.
A handheld device could give doctors more precise data about muscle health–painlessly.
Researchers use a running rodent to test their device.
Compounds boost endurance and allow mice to run for substantially longer.
Researchers boost growth of muscle stem cells to stop age-related muscle deterioration.
New drugs that mimic mutations found in buff animals could treat muscle-wasting diseases.