May 2016 | By Deb Parker & Brenda Murphy-Niederkorn
Averting the lifelong health risks and spiraling social costs of childhood obesity
May 2016 | By Deb Parker & Kristina Sauerwein
Severing the brain’s critical link to a peripheral nerve can render an arm useless. Pioneering surgeries reroute neural impulses and redefine hope for paralysis.
May 2016 | By Kristina Sauerwein
They’re among the most difficult transplants. An innovative approach is increasing the options.
December 2015 | By Kristina Sauerwein
Need a custom yet affordable anatomical structure made to order? Just hit print
December 2015 | By Deb Parker
Keeping the toughest jobs safe requires boots-on-the-ground research and a can-do company attitude. A campus building project is putting these ideas in motion
December 2015 | By Caroline Arbanas & Gaia Remerowski
One new test detects all likely suspects
Opening of research facility signals new era in collaborative science