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What If Cells Kept Receipts of Their Gene Expression?

They added the chemical that triggered the first gene (corresponding to barcode A) for 24 hours, followed by the one for the second gene (corresponding to barcode B) for the…

A Bioengineered Cornea Shows It Can Improve People’s Sight

After their transplants, the researchers followed the volunteers for two years. They concluded that the implants were safe to use and restored the thickness and curvature of the recipients’ natural…

The Pigs Died. Then Scientists Revived Their Cells

The pigs had been dead for an hour. The cause: cardiac arrest. But six hours after researchers at Yale University connected their bodies to a machine pumping a nutrient-rich fluid,…

The Age of Brain-Computer Interfaces Is on the Horizon

Synchron is making tangible progress. In August 2020, the company was granted an investigational device exemption from the FDA, allowing it to become the first company to conduct clinical trials…

There’s a Monkeypox Testing Bottleneck

But while a monkeypox test already existed, it required lab workers to do each step by hand, Morice says. Federal guidelines say testing should be done only by swabbing the…