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Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, NICK STOCKTON

IF FIELDWORK BE your folly, then specimens be your burden. Hiking, stooping, bottling, bagging, cataloging, and then lugging back to the laboratory is a time honored tradition dating back to the earliest days of microscope-endowed natural philosophy.

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 • Global,BECKY FERREIRA

For the vast majority of our time on Earth, humans have been subject to the laws of natural selection like the rest of our planet's lifeforms. But recent history has yielded such a rapid-fire burst of genetic advances that it is now possible to mod

Article Image News Link • Global, By Dario Borghino

The stand for the region of Liguria at the Milan 2015 Expo features a project as bizarre-sounding as it is intriguing: an attempt to grow crops underwater, inside air-filled biospheres. It's part of an effort that could prove a low-cost, low-energy s

Article Image News Link • Global, BY BENZAMIN H

Today, worms have a wimpy look. Their survival on this earth among dangerous and attacking animals is always questioned because they don't have attacking ability or anything with which they can save themselves from attacking animals.

Article Image News Link • Global, By Sarah Kaplan

Long, long ago, in a time so far in the past it preceded the dinosaurs and the continents, lived a tiny creature named "grandfather turtle." It had many of the qualities of the turtles we know and love today: a boxy body, plodding legs, a long ne

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