Of Poison, Lasers, and a Little Bit of Pressure (A Science Story Outtake)
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Of Poison, Lasers, and a Little Bit of Pressure (A Science Story Outtake)

Last week, a team of physics and engineering researchers at Drexel had a new study published about the physical mechanisms underlying sickle cell disease. The study aimed to answer a question about why sickle cells don’t get stuck in the narrowest blood vessels. You can read the more detailed version (with abundant food metaphors) in … Continue reading