Doctors have found a way to manipulate wounds to heal as regenerated skin rather than scar tissue.
Scientists restore long-term vision in blind mice, making a case for addressing the immune system's role in rejecting transplanted cells
A new commercial manufacturing process for carbon nanotubes (CNTs) produces tubes in the range of 1–10 mm in length (5–12-nm dia.), two orders of magnitude longer than currently available CNTs, which typically have lengths from 5–20µm.
This is the key to making new materials.
Of the 60 scientific studies conducted since 2001 to determine whether drinking sugar-sweetened beverages contributes to obesity or diabetes, 26 of them found no link.
Faraday Future is nothing if not ambitious. The Los Angeles startup promises to do more than make electric vehicles even cooler than Elon Musk did, steal his customers, and deliver a fully autonomous ride. It promises to change how the auto industry
Researchers have isolated the brain circuitry that coordinates predatory hunting, according to a new study.
A new method of stimulating the renewal of living stem cells in tooth pulp using an Alzheimer's drug has been discovered by a team of researchers at King's College London.
The hand-powered device could help detect malaria
Japanese scientists say that silicon is likely the mystery element in the Earth's inner core, claiming progress on solving one of the planet's deepest secrets.
Although there is as yet no clear path to a practical steady-state fusion system, stellarator research greatly improves the chances for success.
Approximately 600,000 passengers are now transported via wind power in the Netherlands.
Nano-Ram, the first non-volatile memory chip to exploit carbon-nanotube technology, appears poised for commercialization in 2018.
Illumina the global leader in next-generation sequencing technology, today introduced the NovaSeqTM Series, a new and scalable sequencing architecture expected one day to enable a $100 genome.
The strongest superconducting user magnet in the world currently has a field strength of 23.5 tesla. When this ambitious project is completed in 2017, the strongest superconducting magnet on the planet will be housed at the MagLab.
Just because zombies aren't real doesn't mean we can't learn from them
I cover the new changes to the skull, cervical spine, shoulders, rib cage, lumbo-sacral spine, pelvis, brain, digestive tract, and the kidneys. I also share some personal stories that reinforce that I believe the body changed for me sometime in the 1
Let others tremble at the thought that Donald J. Trump may go too far. Peter Thiel worries that Mr. Trump may not go far enough.
In recent weeks the world has learned the news media creates fake news and/or completely shuns significant news stories to match its own politically correct agendas. So an unequivocal cure for a major brain disease goes unreported. Shame on CNN, CB
A team of scientists from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School have used adult skin cells to regenerate functional human heart tissue.
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The egg-shaped flying river taxi is gaining support, as SeaBubbles seeks to close its third funding round in under a year and aims to firm up interest from potential customers, including the city of Paris and companies in the San Francisco Bay.
Spiders may be scary for some people, but the silk that they produce to weave their webs is very appealing to many scientists. Amazingly tough, yet lightweight, spider silk has been used in everything from biodegradable sutures to violin strings, and
100% compostable cannabis-infused coffee pods that can be used in Keurig brewers are hitting markets in a couple of months.