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Researchers for the first time have induced robust regeneration of nerve tissue connections in injured adult spinal cord sites that control voluntary movement. These findings provide hope that it may
Device from MITs Spectroscopy Lab could help diabetic patients monitor their blood glucose levels without finger pricks.
Researchers genetically engineer glow-in-the-dark sperm in fruit flies, revealing much more about sexual selection
the first gene (and its encoded protein) identified as central to the mitochrondrions uptake of calcium. The work appears in the August 8 advance online issue of Nature.
This latest advance enhances their fluormodule technology by causing it to glow an order of magnitude brighter than typical fluorescent proteins. The new fluoromodules are five - to seven-times bright
Advance in metamaterials leads to a new semiconductor laser suitable for security screening, chemical sensing and astronomy
Cancer can become dependant upon a tiny gene that allows it to adapt and proliferate. such an oncogene addiction within a tumor means that researchers have a potentially new and valuable therapeutic
A strong, stretchy material could provide a scaffold for growing organs or making wounds heal faster cells secrete fibronectin-a strong, stretchy type of protein that acts as a supportive scaffold