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Researchers are targeting a therapy for inherited blood disorders using gene editing

New contraception method will offer an easy to use, reversible, non-hormonal solution

Getting new treatments from the lab benchtop to patients' bedsides can be harder and more expensive than putting a lander on Mars.

Aaron Young and Greg Sawicki approach robotics from different angles, but they share the same goal- they want to develop wearable robotic devices that can help people maintain or increase their mobility.

Thousands die of zinc deficiency, but this test could detect it easily.

Award given to a young investigator whose published work demonstrates originality and ingenuity

Georgia Tech researcher Cheng Zhu and collaborators share their perspective in Nature Immunology

This scale could help keep heart failure patients out of the hospital.

Combining new classes of nanomembrane electrodes with flexible electronics and a deep learning algorithm could help disabled people wirelessly control devices.

Researchers have built a robot entirely from smaller robots known as "smarticles."


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New double-duty hydrogel attacks bacteria to treat bone infections and encourages regrowth with a single application
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