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Scientists 3D-print human liver tissue in a lab, win top prizes in NASA challenge

Home News Science & Astronomy Team Winston’s engineered liver tissue held in a chamber to test to see if fluids and nutrients can flow through. (Image credit: Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine) Scientists have successfully grown liver tissue capable of functioning for 30 days in the lab as part of NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge.In…

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Scientists hail golden Era to Follow bird migration with Technology

1of21The antenna of an Argos satellite tag extends past the tail feathers of a female American robin as she feeds a worm to her hungry nestlings on a front porch in Cheverly, Md., Sunday, May 9, 2021. A new antenna on the International Space Station and receptors on the Argos satellite, combined with the shrinking…

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Researchers Restored a Monster that was frozen in ice for 24,000 years

It sounds like the plot from a cheese science fiction movie: Scientists unearth something that’s been buried in the frozen ground of the Arctic for tens of thousands of years and decide to warm it up a bit. The creature stirs as its cells slowly wake up from their long stasis. As time passes, the…

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Scientists co-author new COP26 report on ocean and climate negotiations

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A new report co-authored by University of Liverpool ocean scientists highlights why the ocean matters in climate negotiations and suggests positive actions nations can take as the countdown to COP26 is underway On World Oceans Day, and ahead of the G7 later this week, a group of leading UK experts -including…

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Scientists can predict which women will have serious pregnancy complications

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Women who will develop potentially life-threatening disorders during pregnancy can be identified early when hormone levels in the placenta are tested, a new study has shown. Pregnancy disorders affect around one in ten pregnant women. Nearly all of the organ systems of the mother’s body need to alter their function during…

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Scientists Can’t Explain a Mass Shark Extinction That Happened 19 Million Years Ago

solarseven/ShutterstockA new study published in Science suggests that most sharks and shark species died off in a mass extinction event 19 million years ago. It may have been the most devastating extinction event in sharks’ 450 million-year history, but scientists can’t explain what went wrong. Researchers Elizabeth Sibert and Leah D. Rubin found evidence of…

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Scientists hail long-awaited discovery of naturally Based cyan blue colourant

Scientists at the University of California, Davis say they have developed a naturally derived cyan blue colorant made from anthocyanin pigments – the pigments that give red, purple, and blue plants their rich colouring – in red cabbage.  According to the researchers, the new colour – made using an enzyme to convert a range of anthocyanins…

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Why scientists Need to solve an underground Puzzle about where microbes live

Boston University researchers develop first-of-its-kind model to predict which species of soil organisms live in different environments, with huge implications for agriculture, climate change, and public health. Credit: Florian van Duyn on Unsplash Though it might seem inanimate, the soil under our feet is very much alive. It’s filled with countless microorganisms actively breaking down…

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NASA Scientists Available for Interviews Throughout Hurricane Season

June 1 marked the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season, which officially ends Nov. 30.

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Scientists discover rare form of ALS that strikes children

A new form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis that affects children has been discovered by an international team of researchers. They used advanced genetic techniques to identify 11 such cases in children who had mysterious neurological disorders. Most cases of ALS — also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease — are diagnosed in people between the ages…