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Brain cells, beware: Researchers have created the world smallest hammer

Brain cells, beware: Researchers have created the world smallest hammer The world’s smallest hammer has been created to study what happens to brain cells when we hit our head.” Along with Megan Valentine, Adele Doyle, and research student Luke Patterson, Foster will study how impact affects neural stem cells.

Scientists use stem cells to grow animal-free pork in a lab

Scientists use stem cells to grow animal-free pork in a lab ) “What the paper describes is research designed to generate muscle from a newly established pig stem-cell line, rather that from primary cells taken directly from a pig,” co-author Dr.These are all questions I had to figure out in the lab before the cells could be turned into muscle.

Stanford scientists ‘program’ mice to glow like fireflies

Stanford scientists ‘program’ mice to glow like fireflies Moreau; scientists at Stanford University really have come up with a way to make mice glow in the dark by producing firefly proteins.And it could just turn out to be a major advance in the development of future designer vaccines or even cancer therapies.

Scientists find another reason to cut your sugar intake: Alzheimer's disease

Scientists find another reason to cut your sugar intake: Alzheimer's disease researchers say they've spotted the molecular "tipping point" that could explain sugar's ties to Alzheimer's disease.Their findings provide further evidence that there might be a link between high blood sugar levels and the memory-robbing disease, though they don't prove that sugar causes Alzheimer's outright.

Can you hear me now? Researchers one step closer to reversing hearing loss

Can you hear me now? Researchers one step closer to reversing hearing loss Humans are born with 30,000 sound-sensing hair cells, which die off over time due to loud noises, medications, and natural aging.But a few years ago researchers from Massachusetts Eye and Ear managed to restore partial hearing in mice by converting a small number of inner ear cells into hair cells.

Scientists may have found a way to make old blood stem cells act young again

Scientists may have found a way to make old blood stem cells act young again To achieve this, they’ve discovered a protein capable of boosting blood stem cells, which prompt them to act like the stem cells of younger people.More: Scientists may have discovered how to reverse the natural aging process “Older stem cells have several disadvantages,” Dr.

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Scientists just developed a technique for mass producing synthetic blood

Scientists just developed a technique for mass producing synthetic blood A team of scientists from the University of Bristol and NHS Blood and Transplant announced a recent breakthrough that makes it possible to mass produce red blood cells.It could be particularly useful for people with rare blood groups, which are difficult to match with the existing pool of donated blood.

Mercy gets a Cold

Mercy gets a Cold ".try that again.

Artificial organ may help patients form the cancer-fighting cells they need

Artificial organ may help patients form the cancer-fighting cells they need If said research happens to involve an artificial organ, which can be described as a “bionic thymus” — well, all the better.They’ve managed to use an artificial thymus to transform blood stem cells into T cells, the white blood cells that are used to help our immune system get their fight on.

Could eye drops be a potential cure for jet lag? Perhaps in the near future

Could eye drops be a potential cure for jet lag? Perhaps in the near future ’s University of Edinburgh have discovered a new link between the eye and the human body clock.While links between the eyes and our natural body clocks have been known for a long time, the exact details of this relationship are unknown.

Caltech scientists develop a technique for turning bones transparent

Caltech scientists develop a technique for turning bones transparent In the laboratory of Viviana Gradinaru, an assistant professor of Biology and Biological Engineering, investigators have come up with a method for making bones transparent.Called Clarity, the technique can be carried out on postmortem bones with no living tissue.

Only a superweapon can kill superbacteria, and humanity finally found it

Only a superweapon can kill superbacteria, and humanity finally found it For an antibiotic to work effectively, it must kill bacteria cells without destroying human cells, so biologists engineer antibiotics to target aspects unique to bacteria cells.For example, penicillin prevents the peptidoglycan in bacteria cells from linking, leaving the cell walls weak and prone to collapse.

Mario's Super Picross

Mario's Super Picross Originally a Japan-only title when it was released in 1995, Mario no Super Picross was released in PAL territories via the Wii Virtual Console for 900 Wii points in September of 2007.The basic puzzle solving mechanics and gameplay have carried over from Nintendo’s first Picross title.

Binghampton University students are working on 3D bioprinting an artificial pancreas

Binghampton University students are working on 3D bioprinting an artificial pancreas Creating an artificial one is also the ambition of a team of researchers at New York’s Binghampton University.The stem cells must belong to the patient in question because doing so lessens the risk that their body will reject the organ transplant.

Binghampton University students work on 3D bioprinting artificial pancreas

Binghampton University students work on 3D bioprinting artificial pancreas Creating an artificial one is also the ambition of a team of researchers at New York’s Binghampton University.The stem cells must belong to the patient in question because doing so lessens the risk that their body will reject the organ transplant.

Scientists use stem cells to grow working inner ear parts to treat deafness

Scientists use stem cells to grow working inner ear parts to treat deafness What professor Karl Koehler and his team have been working on is a method to grow human inner ear organs from stem cells.“After about three years of careful trial and error, we came up with a ‘cue recipe’ that tells stem cells to form inner ear organ-like structures.