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Repairing DNA: A researcher strives to understand the root of DNA damage

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. How's your DNA? Is it in tip-top shape, a lovely helix of perfectly...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. How's your DNA? Is it in tip-top shape, a lovely helix of perfectly...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a feature that appears each Thursday and introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative researchers. My parents just returned from the trip of a lifetime...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a feature that appears each Thursday and introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative researchers. My parents just returned from the trip of a lifetime...

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Beam me up! Detecting disease with non-invasive technology

Here's this week's Biomed Bites, a feature appearing each Thursday that introduces readers to Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. Star Trek fans rejoice! Stanford radiologist Sam Gambhir, MD, PhD, hopes...

Here's this week's Biomed Bites, a feature appearing each Thursday that introduces readers to Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. Star Trek fans rejoice! Stanford radiologist Sam Gambhir, MD, PhD, hopes...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Viruses are the ultimate uninvited guests. They barge in and make themselves...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Viruses are the ultimate uninvited guests. They barge in and make themselves...

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Stanford researcher tackles tricky problem: How does a cell become a fat cell?

Here's this week's Biomed Bites. Check each Thursday to meet more of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Mary Teruel had no intention of becoming a biology professor — after all,...

Here's this week's Biomed Bites. Check each Thursday to meet more of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Mary Teruel had no intention of becoming a biology professor — after all,...

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It's time for Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. Looking out my window, I see a man dressed in red sweats...

It's time for Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. Looking out my window, I see a man dressed in red sweats...

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It's Thursday. And here's this week's Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to innovators in a variety of disciplines....

It's Thursday. And here's this week's Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to innovators in a variety of disciplines....

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Here’s this week’s Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to scientists in a variety of biomedical disciplines. Viruses, by...

Here’s this week’s Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to scientists in a variety of biomedical disciplines. Viruses, by...

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Discover the rhythms of life with a Stanford biologist

This is the second installment of our Biomed Bites series, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford's most compelling research and introduces readers to innovative scientists from a variety...

This is the second installment of our Biomed Bites series, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford's most compelling research and introduces readers to innovative scientists from a variety...

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Here's this week's Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to innovators in a variety of biomedical disciplines. The most...

Here's this week's Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to innovators in a variety of biomedical disciplines. The most...

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Welcome to the last Biomed Bites of 2014. We'll be continuing this series next year — check each Thursday to meet more of Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. If you...

Welcome to the last Biomed Bites of 2014. We'll be continuing this series next year — check each Thursday to meet more of Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. If you...

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It's time for the next edition of Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford's most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to groundbreaking researchers in a variety...

It's time for the next edition of Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford's most innovative research and introduces Scope readers to groundbreaking researchers in a variety...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative researchers. Picture a bacterium or a sperm cell — it has a flapping flagella,...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative researchers. Picture a bacterium or a sperm cell — it has a flapping flagella,...

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This is the third installment of our Biomed Bites series, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most compelling research and introduces readers to innovative scientists from a variety...

This is the third installment of our Biomed Bites series, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford’s most compelling research and introduces readers to innovative scientists from a variety...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. Tweak a piano string and you've created a different note. Tweak a gene...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. Tweak a piano string and you've created a different note. Tweak a gene...

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Thursday means it's time for Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford's most compelling research and introduces readers to innovative scientists from a variety of disciplines. If...

Thursday means it's time for Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that highlights some of Stanford's most compelling research and introduces readers to innovative scientists from a variety of disciplines. If...

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