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The invisible stuff that comprises a quarter of the universe could be more complex that previously thought.
Sharon Hillier is using her expertise in women's nether regions to bring an HIV-prevention drug—targeting females—to market.
For decades, Duke neurology professor Allen Roses has doggedly pursued a theory that dysfunctional mitochondria in the brain cause late-onset Alzheimer’s disease—and that beta-amyloid is just part of the disease’s pathology.
Seals sporting telemetry tags are providing scientists with data on the ocean environment.
Computer software and word databases are changing the crossword puzzle game.
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