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Physically simulating human organs on computer chips in a lab setting and studying their reactions to drugs and other stimuli could be the future of medical research.
Using a neurological interface to control a mechanical exoskeleton might help paralyzed individuals regain partial control of their biological skeleton.
Precision medicine aims to tailor medical treatments to each patient’s individual genetic profile and biology. Cancer researchers know that patients with particular mutations may respond better to certain types of drugs. Understanding tumor genetics helps biologists and geneticists create agents that...