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Parallels between mice and yeast uncover a potentially universal aging mechanism.
Algae could provide a cheaper, easier method for manufacturing drugs.
A chemical-infused scaffold generates new tissue by attracting stem cells.
The treatment causes adult heart-muscle cells to proliferate and cardiac function to improve.
A compound that helps cells produce normal proteins from wonky genes could have a broad impact on genetic diseases.
Artificial antibodies could be used in cheap, field-ready toxin sensors.
Tiny chemical probes implanted into patients could identify proteins in trace quantities.
Visualization software makes viewing and interacting with enormous data sets practical without a supercomputer.