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Showing Up to Shape the Science March

Megan K. HalpernMar 23, 2017

Embracing multiple meanings and shared experiences strengthens the call to action.

From the Staff

Bio-Responsive Smart Drug Delivery

Fenella SaundersMar 27, 2017

A talk by Zhen Gu, associate professor of biomedical engineering at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University, who uses materials that are responsive to biological cues in order to house and deliver medications.

Macroscope

Undoing Tattoos

Raychelle BurksMar 20, 2017

From antiquity to the modern day, tattoo removal has required tattoo holders to put some skin in the game. But the science has come a long way.

 

Science Culture

A Digital Menagerie from The Paper Zoo

Dianne TimblinMar 8, 2017

A sampler of zoological drawings from Charlotte Sleigh’s book The Paper Zoo: 500 Years of Animals in Art, which we recently reviewed.

The Long View

New Brain Insights from Cochlear Implants

Michael DormanJul 12, 2016

Scans of implant patients deaf in only one ear, before and after the procedure, have uncovered how quickly the cortex can rewire itself.

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