There’s a Revised “Tree Of Life,” And It Has 1000+ New Species

Scientists at Berkeley have created a new "Tree of Life."

April 14, 2016

This New Drug Could Combat the Ebola Virus in a Unique Way

The drug could be broadly effective against viruses that use RNA rather than DNA as their genetic material.

April 2, 2016

Scientists Find Microbe Grows 60% Better in Space Than on Earth

While most grow at normal rates, some bacteria have a surprising response to life on the ISS.

March 25, 2016

You Can Get a Clear Picture of the Inside of Your Lungs, Thanks to Krypton

This novel imaging method uses lasers to “hyperpolarize” a noble gas.

March 16, 2016

Meet the Immortal Jellyfish

Not only is this jellyfish immortal, it rips itself a new mouth every time is wants to eat.

March 14, 2016

Giant Leap in Bioprinting: Scientists Develop Functioning, 3D-Printed Liver Tissue

New 3D-printed liver tissue can help scientists and researchers develop life-saving drugs faster and more efficiently.

February 17, 2016

T-Cell Therapy Leads to “Extraordinary Results” for Cancer Patients in Early Clinical Trials

It's no "cure all," but scientists are using the immune system's T-cells to target cancers with "extraordinary results."

February 16, 2016

Cotton Candy May be the Key to Creating Artificial Organs

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.

February 12, 2016

Scientists Claim That They Have Discovered How to “Delete” Unwanted Memories

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."

February 12, 2016
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