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Two studies mimic the effects of traumatic brain injury in cells, helping to explain how explosions harm soldiers’ brains.
The brains of soldiers who have been exposed to blasts show tissue damage up to a year later.
A fast, efficient balloon-based system could save lives on the street and battlefield.
Sensors could one day diagnose and treat a soldier’s injuries.
A new glove lets soldiers operate wearable computers while still holding their weapons.