Scientists have dreamt of resurrecting the mammoth for decades, but there’s much debate regarding the feasibility of the undertaking. Here’s what we know.
Scientists at Berkeley have created a new "Tree of Life."
The drug could be broadly effective against viruses that use RNA rather than DNA as their genetic material.
While most grow at normal rates, some bacteria have a surprising response to life on the ISS.
This novel imaging method uses lasers to “hyperpolarize” a noble gas.
Not only is this jellyfish immortal, it rips itself a new mouth every time is wants to eat.
New 3D-printed liver tissue can help scientists and researchers develop life-saving drugs faster and more efficiently.
It's no "cure all," but scientists are using the immune system's T-cells to target cancers with "extraordinary results."
Scientists are now able to spin a three-dimensional slab of gelatin that contains a microvascular network, something very like our capillaries, using a cotton candy-esque machine.
Newly discovered ways of deleting and creating memories could have a major impact on the lives of patients suffering from phobias, and also transform our legal system. These processes are the focus of the new documentary "Memory Hackers."
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