In Bone Repair, the Smallest Tools Could Give the Biggest Results, University of Wisconsin-Madison Study  
2/9/2012 7:20:17 AM

When William Murphy works with some of the most powerful tools in biology, he thinks about making tools that can fit together. These constructions sound a bit like socket wrenches, which can be assembled to turn a half-inch nut in tight quarters, or to loosen a rusted-tight one-inch bolt using a very persuasive lever.