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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.

Deena Theresa | 16 Aug 2022, 11:54:41
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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.

Ameya Paleja | 16 Aug 2022, 08:46:35
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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.

Paul Ratner | 15 Aug 2022, 11:37:39
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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.

Grant Currin | 15 Aug 2022, 09:08:02

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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.

Sade Agard | 14 Aug 2022, 08:46:24
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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.

Chris Young | 13 Aug 2022, 14:26:01
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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.

Grant Currin | 12 Aug 2022, 09:22:16
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Researchers have developed a breakthrough technology that restored vision to 20 people affected with low vision/blindness.

Deena Theresa | 11 Aug 2022, 15:15:34
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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'.

Chris Young | 11 Aug 2022, 08:11:09
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Thinking Huts rely on additive manufacturing technologies to build sustainable schools. Recently, they built the first 3D-printed school in Madagascar.

Deena Theresa | 10 Aug 2022, 10:09:44