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First-of-its-kind nanosensor could help diagnosis and treatment of neurological disease

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First-of-its-kind nanosensor could help diagnosis and treatment of neurological disease

Northeastern researcher is just happy to be reunited with axolotls as campus reopens

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Northeastern researcher is just happy to be reunited with axolotls as campus reopens

Meet the axolotl: A cannibalistic salamander that regenerates its limbs and might help us better understand human stem cell therapy
hand reaching to grab axolotl

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Meet the axolotl: A cannibalistic salamander that regenerates its limbs and might help us better understand human stem cell therapy

This salamander can regenerate limbs like Deadpool. Can it teach us to do the same?

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This salamander can regenerate limbs like Deadpool. Can it teach us to do the same?

Gene editing embryos may lead to ‘pursuit of a conception of perfection’
For the first time, scientists have successfully edited a fatal genetic mutation out of human embryos. This advancement brings society one step closer to erasing some hereditary diseases, but what are the ethical implications of that power? Three Northeastern professors weigh in.

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Gene editing embryos may lead to ‘pursuit of a conception of perfection’