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Yale scientists model artificial energy cells

Yale scientists model artificial energy cells

Chemical engineers design an artificial electrocyte that could be a power source for medical implants.

Researchers at Yale University have created a blueprint for artificial cells that are more powerful and efficient than the natural cells they mimic and could one day power tiny medical implants....

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A gene that helps blood vessels feed tumor growth also aids in brain plasticity

A gene that typically helps rogue blood vessels feed tumor growth also appears to play a helpful role in the body—in brain development. Slight genetic variations in the vascular endothelial growth...

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Et Cetera

Fix-it kit for faulty genes

School of Medicine researchers led by Peter M. Glazer, M.D. ’87, Ph.D. ’87, HS ’91, department chair and the Robert E....

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Junk DNA and evolution

Humans can handle tools and walk upright thanks to a handful of letters in their genome, Yale scientists said in a...

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