Unlike chemotherapy or radiation, which attack cancer directly, CAR-T engineers patients’ immune cells so they can do it themselves. T-cells are removed from the blood and given new genes that produce
When Nathaly Sweeney launched her career as a pediatric heart specialist a few years ago, she says, it was a struggle to anticipate which babies would need emergency surgery or when. "We just didn't know
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Harvard researchers grew meat in a lab from cow and rabbit cells. It looks a lot like the real thing
(CNN) — A team of Harvard bioengineers took a major step in taking cultured meat from lab to table. Researchers successfully grew cow and rabbit meat from an edible gelatin base for the first time, creating
Neuroscientists may have crossed an “ethical rubicon” by growing lumps of human brain in the lab, and in some cases transplanting the tissue into animals, researchers warn. The creation of mini-brains
NPR was on the scene when the first genetically modified mosquitoes were released in a lab in Italy. An international team of scientists is conducting a controversial experiment in Italy. The experiment