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Researchers turn to physics, not just chemistry, to help break down bacterial cell membranes and fight infections.
If you have the right strain of yeast and some sugar, whipping up drugs in your kitchen would be almost as easy as brewing a batch of beer.
An injured sea turtle had its deeply damaged jaws repaired with 3D-printed prosthetics.
A recipe found in a ninth-century Anglo Saxon book of medical remedies has proven effective in killing methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
Scottevest applied its gadget-pocket-crazy philosophy to lab coats, so we handed one off to a real live scientist to test out in a lab.
What happens when an iPhone bends too much? One man says his bent so much it punctured the battery and caught fire, causing second-degree burns to his leg.
The complex procedure "went swimmingly," according to a statement from the Australian animal hospital where the operation took place.
In the search for powerful anticancer and antifungal drugs, scientists look somewhere new -- fungus-farming ants.
Get out the tissues. This heartwarming story about Frostie the goat kid taking his first wobbly steps in a tiny rig is bound to make you tear up.
Scientists from Harvard and Tufts create silk screws and plates for use in healing bone fractures. Unlike their steel counterparts, these could dissolve in the body and even be used to deliver antibiotics.