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Pharma firms could soon use 3D printers to create drugs

Researchers at Glasgow University are experimenting with 3D printers and novel tech called "reactionware" to print drugs.

By April 18, 2012

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NYPD uses GPS-enabled pill bottle to catch alleged drugstore robber

A man robs a drugstore on the Upper East Side in New York. Police quickly track him down because the OxyContin bottle he was given was actually a dummy bottle equipped with GPS.

By May 18, 2014

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Exclusive: RadiumOne’s very strange story just got stranger

Turns out RadiumOne's fired CEO isn't the only employee with a spotty record, according to the US Secret Service.

By May 8, 2014

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Scientists crowdfunding AIDS vaccine, want to give it away for free

By reverse engineering the mechanisms of people born with natural immunity to AIDS, a team of scientists is working to bring a free AIDS vaccine to all the world.

By January 23, 2014

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A breath of salty air for patients with cystic fibrosis

How surfers in Australia inspired the development a new device that taps the benefits of salt water mist to treat cystic fibrosis patients.

By May 24, 2013

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3D-printed 'magic arms' give little girl new reach

Customized 3D-printed appendages let Emma Lavelle, and other kids with limited upper-body movement, play alongside their friends with new freedom.

By August 6, 2012

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Personalized superhero action figures: You are Iron Man!

It's your turn to save the world! Slap a 3D-printed sculpt of your own head onto the superhero action figure body of your choice.

By May 29, 2012

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Your next prescription: Apps

I've seen too many companies with great technology fail at attacking the healthcare market. Here are two that might actually make it.

By October 21, 2011

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Google fined £300m over drug-dealing adverts

Google's been hit with a massive fine after displaying Canadian drug adverts in the US, where the drugs in question are illegal.

By August 25, 2011

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Genetically modified tobacco plants to fight HIV?

U.K. researchers announce approval to launch the first human clinical trial of a genetically modified anti-HIV microbicide called P2G12, grown in Germany.

By July 19, 2011