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What? Hearing loss on a noisy planet

What? Hearing loss on a noisy planet

Anyone can experience noise-induced hearing loss — here’s what you need to know

By | Posted January 9, 2017

A twinkle of light in a microscope’s eye

A twinkle of light in a microscope’s eye

Researchers are using biological glow sticks and finely-tuned cameras to look deeper within cells.

By | Posted December 21, 2016

Generic drugs offer $73 billion savings

Generic drugs offer $73 billion savings

Prescribing generic medications may offer a solution to America’s pricey healthcare system

By | Posted November 14, 2016

cancer cells under a microscope

What is cancer?

How one cell transforms into a disease

By | Posted March 9, 2016

Can doctors fix a broken heart?

Can doctors fix a broken heart?

Cardiologists struggle to effectively treat severe heart attacks

By | Posted November 15, 2015

Scientists have injury on the brain

Scientists have injury on the brain

Sample-stretching technique lets researchers study brain injuries using living tissue

By | Posted October 4, 2015

Zoltan Takacs’s venomous vision

Zoltan Takacs’s venomous vision

Toxin researcher mines snake DNA for potential medicines

By | Posted September 28, 2015

Ig Nobels fail to bring a key field to view

Ig Nobels fail to bring a key field to view

Missing microbes on science’s goofiest day

By | Posted September 22, 2015

AUDIO: Body Art

AUDIO: Body Art

Medical illustrator Marie Rossettie speaks about the things deep inside us that give life to her art

By | Posted March 18, 2015

No need for the pharmacy; just press print

No need for the pharmacy; just press print

New research into 3D printers could mean cheap, personalized medicine — but could it also mean greater access to recreational drugs?

By | Posted December 17, 2014

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