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Tackling Old Age Before Birth
Can you protect people from osteoporosis before they’re born? Beth Curtis explains how an understanding of the factors influencing epigenetic changes could be harnessed to combat diseases of later life in the womb.
From Bench to Bedside and Back Again
James Wilson discusses the highs and lows of his work, the patients that motivated him to dedicate his research to developing treatments for devastating genetic conditions, and waiting for the true highlight of his career.
Biomaterials at the Heart of Regeneration
Ingenious scaffolds, gels, and matrices are transforming cardiac regenerative medicine. Three pioneers of the field discuss taking inspiration from nature, improving delivery, and advancing the translation of novel materials.
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