With xenotransplantation supposedly hailed as the one-stop solution to end organ donor shortage, researchers tells us that there is more than what matches the gene.
Coya has found a way to extract dysfunctional T-cells from patients and engineer them back to functionality. This has delivered some promising results so far.
A new study joins the body of research showing that being bilingual, knowing more than one language, slows down the negative effects of aging on the brain.
Researchers at Cedars-Sinai hospital in California have used single-neuron recording to discover two types of brain cells that establish boundaries between chunks of memory.
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Earth change goes beyond melting icecaps and rising sea levels. Earth is made up of smaller interconnected systems with relatively unusual changes too.
Dr. Brad Tucker was the first expert on the scene after two farmers found pieces of space debris, now known to have come from SpaceX's Crew-1 mission.
The “last Neanderthal technology” shows the species was in trouble before modern humans got to Europe
Archaeologists have discovered Châtelperronian tools at a Neanderthal site in Basque Country, Spain. Joseba Rios-Garaizar says the tools offer insight into the extinction of Neanderthals.
Researchers have developed a breakthrough technology that restored vision to 20 people affected with low vision/blindness.
The number of satellites in orbit is increasing and soon we will have difficulties observing the sky. Cleaning up the space debris would be like 'collecting bullets'.
Thinking Huts rely on additive manufacturing technologies to build sustainable schools. Recently, they built the first 3D-printed school in Madagascar.