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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

INFOGRAPHIC: Behind the brew

INFOGRAPHIC: Behind the brew

Here is a behind-the-scenes look at what’s in your glass

By | Posted December 15, 2014

Not just a hospital problem anymore

Not just a hospital problem anymore

Even animals that live far from humans are developing resistance to antibiotics, alarming puzzled researchers

By | Posted December 11, 2014

Should obese women take the pill differently?

Should obese women take the pill differently?

When hormones in oral contraceptives are less effective, obese women need a new strategy to prevent unwanted pregnancy

By | Posted December 9, 2014

Valuable cord blood sits unused in banks

Valuable cord blood sits unused in banks

High costs are keeping patients from using stem cells harvested from umbilical cords

By | Posted December 5, 2014

The puzzle of morality

The puzzle of morality

A Harvard neuroscientist looks to evolution to explain altruism

By | Posted November 19, 2014

The fly — household pest, or environmental hero?

The fly — household pest, or environmental hero?

Housefly larvae help scrub antibiotics from manure at factory farms

By | Posted November 17, 2014

Sticking it to Nature

Sticking it to Nature

A new underwater glue is science’s latest attempt to mimic the natural world

By | Posted November 14, 2014

To Save Himalayan Viagra, Localize It

To Save Himalayan Viagra, Localize It

Two Remote Villages Devise a Plan for Sustainably Managing Harvests of Yartsa Gunbu

By | Posted November 13, 2014

Drawing outside the lines

Drawing outside the lines

Stymied scientists disagree about how to drive home global warming lessons

By | Posted November 12, 2014

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