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Japanese Researchers Develop a Way to Turn Biological Tissue Transparent
Can be used to study brain function, or just to look cool
Turmeric Could Be Used to Detect Explosives, Researchers Say
Curry powder can already reduce cow burps, kill cancer cells and fight the epidemic of unflavorful food. Now it can … Continued
Harvard Researchers Illuminate Connections Among Brain Cells in Technicolor
In 2007, Harvard scientists figured out how to combine fluorescent proteins to create an entire color palette, and then used … Continued
Injectable Glowing Beads In Bloodstream Can Indicate Glucose Levels
Japanese "Life Beans" project aims to ease monitoring for diabetics
Video: Bacteria Transformed Into Living, Blinking Clocks Could Provide Precisely Timed Drug Delivery
Simply put, pills are stupid. They don’t know what’s going on in your body when you take them, they don’t … Continued
Ultra-Powerful New Microscope Displays Molecules and Cell Movement In Real Time
For scientists studying the smallest components of life, microscopes have always had frustrating limitations. Electron scanning microscopes can see very … Continued
Is This the Machine That Will Finally Find Life On Mars?
It may not look like much, but this humble 'bot may be our best shot at proving we're not alone in the universe. First, though, the scientists testing it in...