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laser imaging

Laser-Imaging Technology Brought into Focus

Caltech engineers have improved a technique for taking three-dimensional (3-D) microscopic images of tissue, allowing them to see inside living creatures with greater precision...
painkillers

Pre-Clinical Study Suggests Path Toward Non-Addictive Painkillers

A pre-clinical study led by Indiana University scientists reports a promising step forward in the search for pain relief methods without the addictive side...
CRISPR-Cas9

Need for Speed Makes Genome Editing Efficient, If Not Better

Rice University researchers have developed a computational model to quantify the mechanism by which CRISPR-Cas9 proteins find their genome-editing targets. Anatoly Kolomeisky, a Rice professor...
Cancer Surgeries

Cutting Down on Cancer Surgeries

Engineers at the Optical Imaging Laboratory led by Caltech's Lihong Wang have developed an imaging technology that could help surgeons removing breast cancer lumps...
chronic pain

IU Study Suggests Potential Chronic Pain Treatment Without Opioid or Medical...

Indiana University neuroscientist Andrea Hohmann took the stage at a press conference today in San Diego to discuss research conducted at IU that has...
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Researchers Eye Potential Schizophrenia ‘Switch’

Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center have discovered a key mechanism that explains how compounds they’re developing can suppress schizophrenia-like symptoms in mice without...