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Article Image News Link • Global, By David Szondy

Researchers at Ohio State University (OSU) have grown a nearly complete human brain equivalent in size and structure to that of a five-week old fetus. Called a "brain organoid," it was bioengineered using adult human skin cells and is the most advanc

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, By Dario Borghino

Researchers at MIT and Tsinghua University in China have found a way to more than triple the capacity of the anodes, or negative electrodes, of lithium-ion batteries while also extending their lifetime and potentially allowing for faster battery char

Article Image News Link • Global, By Nick Lavars

By combining compounds from cannabis and vitamin A, a team of Australian researchers has uncovered a promising new approach to fat-busting medication. The team's work may pave the way for obesity treatments with fewer side effects than current medica

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Back in December we reported that authorities are beginning to use 'sewage epidemiology' to track drug use in communities. This method analyzes sewage from wastewater treatment plants for certain metabolites, essentially looking through our bodil

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