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New findings hold promise for victims of dementia, Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Discover how the ancient art of origami may soon transform the future of nanotechnology.
Identical twins Janice and Joan Ottenbacher made medical history in 1964 with transplant surgeon Jeremiah G. Turcotte.
What happens when a rolling robot needs some legs mid-mission? The robot builds its own. At least that’s the plan.
Prehistoric creatures break digital ground and blow scientific minds in new 3-D showcase.
Students unveil new website that uses crowdsourcing to build national index of medical clinics offering free and low-cost care.
Kenneth Johnson redeploys military training to bring healthy food and other sustainable solutions to underserved populations.
As a 3-D hologram-like cadaver floats in space, students “operate” using joysticks and special glasses.
Research breakthrough may transform treatment, solve mysteries about disorder.