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A modified virus makes cancer cells fluoresce to better identify tumors.
Understanding how viruses evolve could help predict the next outbreak.
A new approach protects monkeys from a virus that closely resembles HIV.
Genetically engineered viruses could form a scaffold for nerve cells.
A broad-acting vaccine might be key.
Researchers at MIT used a virus to assemble two major components of a working microbattery.
Scientists witness the birth of an HIV particle as it happens.