Scientist: iPS cell technology top innovation for 2009

12/3/2009 | Scientist, The (free registration)

This year was a difficult one all around for scientific research, but innovative medical and scientific research persisted. The Scientist's No. 1 innovation for 2009 is iPS cell technology from Scripps Research Institute. Coming in second in the journal's Top 10 list is the PLEX-ID machine, which can be used to tests mutation rates in viruses, forensics and other applications.

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