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Helium As Medical Mission Critical

Helium As Medical Mission Critical

Helium As Medical Mission Critical

Without helium — the second lightest element on Earth, used at Thanksgiving to lift skyscraper-size parade balloons — medical science might come to a standstill.

Could a Video Game Help Detect Alzheimer’s Disease?

Could a Video Game Help Detect Alzheimer’s Disease?

Could a Video Game Help Detect Alzheimer’s...

An IPad based game is pointing the way to the future of digital medicine to help detect Alzheimer's Disease.

Using Big Data to Discover Nature’s Medicine

Using Big Data to Discover Nature’s Medicine

Using Big Data to Discover Nature’s Medicine

Computer programmers and data scientists are working with microbiologists and chemists to unlock the medicinal potential of natural products.

Tools of the Trade: Harnessing Bioluminescence

Tools of the Trade: Harnessing Bioluminescence

Tools of the Trade: Harnessing Bioluminescence

Species from cats to monkeys and protozoa to plants can borrow a jellyfish’s luminescence to help trace the spread of disease.

Meet the Common Viruses Now Used to Help Combat Cancer

Meet the Common Viruses Now Used to Help Combat Cancer

Meet the Common Viruses Now Used to Help Combat...

Common viruses are now being engineered to seek out and destroy cancer cells.

How Virtual Reality Takes Scientists Inside New Molecules (video)

How Virtual Reality Takes Scientists Inside New Molecules (video)

How Virtual Reality Takes Scientists Inside New...

A walk-in Pfizer's 3-D cube lets scientists explore the human body, its organs, and even the tiniest of cells.

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