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by Joe McCormick | Apr 29, 2015
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by Joe McCormick | Feb 20, 2015
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by Lauren Vogelbaum | Sep 19, 2014
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by Joe McCormick | Sep 12, 2014
In Star Trek, the tricorder is an all-purpose sensor array that can diagnose a person in moments. Is a real tricorder part of our near future?
by Joe McCormick | Aug 29, 2014
Blood: the liquid that we are large sacks of. Join the podcast team for a look at the future of artificial blood, rejuvenating transfusions and more.
by Joe McCormick | Aug 15, 2014
Could an emerging technology eliminate the need for animal testing in pre-clinical trials? We examine the potential of the organ-on-a-chip.
by Joe McCormick | Aug 13, 2014
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