A new electronic skin may one day give robots and prosthetic devices a sense of touch that rivals the real thing.
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Steroids and antihistamines are go-to treatments for poison ivy, but they're only partially effective. New research identifies promising drug targets.
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Nerve transfer surgery shows promise in restoring some hand movement for people with tetraplegia after a spinal cord injury.
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After injury or damage, nerve axons can kickstart their own self-destruction. A new gene therapy stops that process in mice.
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Knowing more about how peripheral nerves shut off certain genes to regrow after injury could lead to new therapies for people with spinal cord injuries.
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The interface let users in a clinical trial control an off-the-shelf tablet computer with a virtual mouse they moved with their thoughts.
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