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Geneticist Hal Dietz has spent more than 30 years uncovering the mysteries of this connective tissue disorder — but the story is far from over. Explore the future of Marfan syndrome research.
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Veterinary pathologists at Johns Hopkins are improving the health of critters of all shapes and sizes — from frogs, dogs and even giraffes. See how they're using research findings to optimize care for animals at the Maryland Zoo and National Aquarium.
Conducting research aboard a spacecraft is no small task. Meet two scientists who are protecting genetic experiments from the perils of outer space.
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