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Tom Barker's research studies new class of synthetic platelet-like particles could give new options for curbing surgical bleeding and addressing certain blood clotting disorders.
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Mark Prausnitz comments on recent discovery at UC Santa Barbara that liquid salts can improve the treatment of skin infections.
Danielle Dixson's study finds that sea animals smell for the right chemical signals to avoid degraded reefs.
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Shuming Nie heads clinical trial for breast and pancreatic cancer, testing new method of ensuring that ever last tumor cell gets detected.
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David Hu's lab studies how opaque ants connect, arrange and orient themselves to develop new applications for people and machines.
Mark Prausnitz and his team are developing patches made up of hundreds of microscopic needles that dissolve into the skin to deliver vaccines painlessly.

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