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September 16, 2014
Nanotechnology: Two new ways to create the component strands for DNA origami allow researchers to fold nanostructures seven times larger than before
By Robert Hackett
September 15, 2014
Materials Science: Deformable microgels mimic natural platelets
September 15, 2014
State Department’s Biosecurity Engagement Program manager works to combat bioterrorism
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September 11, 2014
Diabetes: Researchers discover a protein in bitter melon that binds to and activates the insulin receptor, offering a potential path to new diabetes treatments
September 10, 2014
Materials Science: Deformable microgels mimic natural platelets by stabilizing blood clots
September 9, 2014
Drug Discovery: In human and rat cells, the compounds restore glutamate receptor function lost through mutations linked with schizophrenia
September 5, 2014
Analytical Chemistry: Label-free method separates 10 billion bacterial cells within 30 minutes
September 5, 2014
Molecular Medicine: Pathogen infects by binding to gangliosides in addition to blood group antigens
September 3, 2014
Molecular Biology: Synthetic transcription factors built on gold nanoparticles can be designed to turn on particular genes, offering a potential tool for tissue engineers

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