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Making sense, pictures of medical data
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In sync: How cells make connections could impact circadian rhythm
Jr-Shin Li collaborated with biologists and chemists to develop an algorithm that sheds light on circadian rhythm.
Bigger proteins, stronger threads: Synthetic spider silk
Scientists have been able to create some forms of synthetic spider silk, but have been unable to engineer a material that included most if not all of the natural silk’s traits — until now.
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Hong Chen, assistant professor of biomedical engineering in the School of Engineering & Applied Science and of radiation oncology in the School of Medicine, has received a $2.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health's BRAIN Initiative to develop a noninvasive neuromodulation tool that works on the cellular level and uses focused ultrasound, operating with high spatiotemporal precision.

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