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A bioengineering photo competition celebrates the opening of a new research institute at Queen Mary University of London.
LEDs implanted under a patient’s skin could be wirelessly activated to prevent pain signals from reaching the brain.
Using immune cells as bait, the device attracts tumor cells circulating in the bloodstream.
A new method could make pinpointing tumors surgically precise.
Tiny laser-like devices offer a new way to destroy cancer cells at the source.
Tiny clusters of human gastric tissue are helping to advance research on cancer, ulcers and diabetes.
Researchers have created a biofuel cell made from carbon nanotubes that generate energy from blood glucose.
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