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Teen Inventors Want Mosquitoes to Carry Va...
Provita Pharmaceuticals, a biotech company run entirely by high school students, is in the process of developing genetically engineered mosquitoes tha...
February 21, 2013
New Study Links Zebra Stripes To Temperatu...
New research correlates zebras’ stripes most strongly with temperature, perhaps either as a cooling method or to repel insects that carry heat-seeking...
January 15, 2015
Harvard’s Micro-Robots Run Like the Bugs T...
The Harvard Ambulatory MicroRobot is designed to mimic the motion of legged insects. Some versions carry their own batteries and others are as small a...
June 24, 2013
With Measles On The Rise, Study Touts MMR ...
The report analyzed more than 20,000 studies on the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine and found the risks of side effects are low.
July 01, 2014
'Designer Babies' Aren't Science Fiction A...
In the not-too-distant future, parents could choose to engineer the "perfect" baby, even down to eye color and personality traits.
June 15, 2015
Bioengineered Cornea Could Cure Millions o...
Researchers at the Shenzhen Ainear Cornea Engineering Company have developed a revolutionary new invention which could change the way you see the worl...
June 08, 2015
Sometimes the best source of help comes from the most unexpected place. A team of bioengineers at Johns Hopkins teamed up with a wedding dress designe...
June 01, 2015
Phil Ross Demonstrates How a House Can Be ...
Future resilient cities will be constructed out of their own refuse. This hypothesis was the spark for the book, 'Building from Waste: Recovered Mater...
May 10, 2015
Giving Old Lungs New Life
Doctors at Lung Bioengineering, Inc., are using a procedure to transform otherwise unusable lungs into transplantable condition
December 12, 2014
The Washington Post
How to Use Foot and Armpit Microbes to Mak...
iGEM stands for the "International Genetically Engineered Machines" competition. Thousands of student bioengineers from all over the world construct n...
September 28, 2014
Health Devices Become Smaller and More Fle...
At laboratories in the U.S., Switzerland, and Korea, bioengineers are developing unusually flexible ultrathin electronics that promise to free medical...
April 21, 2014
50-Cent Origami Microscope Could Help Figh...
Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a microscope that only costs about 50 cents to make. The 'Foldscope' is aimed to ...
March 10, 2014
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