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Blood Types May Soon Be Indifferent As Scientists Use Our Gut Bacteria to Make ‘Universal’ Blood Type
Scientists have discovered the key to unlocking a “universal” blood type after identifying a unique kind of bacteria in our gut biome.
An exciting new piece of research from Switzerland found that specially-orchestrated music helps to boost the brain function of prematurely born babies.
Scientists Rallying Behind New Universal Platform That Will Make Research Available to the Masses for Free
Scientists are sick of paying heaps of money for research that should be available to the masses – which is why they are now rallying to make it all free.
Inspired By High School Book, Scientists Create Rose-Shaped Water Purifier That Only Costs 2 Cents to Make
Scientists have created a cheap, portable water purifier that is modeled after the shape of a rose thanks to some poetic inspiration from Alexandre Dumas.
Scientists Use New ‘Holy Grail’ Gene Therapy to Heal Damage Caused By Heart Attacks and it Could Save Millions
This is the first successful demonstration of scientists using gene therapy to help a heart repair itself following a heart attack.
“I hope that Leonardo's legacy can help us to change some of the stigma around ADHD,” said the researcher who led the study.
Broccoli Isn’t Just Good For You; Scientists Find It Holds Molecule That Could Be the ‘Achilles’s Heel’ of Cancer
The researchers say that the molecule could be the key to unlocking “one of the most important tumor suppressors in the history of cancer genetics.”
Move Over 3D Printers: Scientists Grow Mother-of-Pearl From Bacteria, Perfect for Making Buildings or Bones
Scientists have figured out how to make a cheap, eco-friendly version of one of the world's strongest and lightest organic building blocks: mother-of-pearl.
Up until now, scientists have only 3D-printed simple tissues such as skin and corneas – let alone an organ with blood vessels.
In the largest study of its kind, scientists have identified some of the weakest points of cancer cells – and it could spell the end of chemo side effects.
For the first time ever, scientists have managed to capture an image of a supermassive black hole – and the results are breathtaking.
That’s ‘Sew’ Smart! Scientists Develop New Threads That Change Color When Harmful Gases Are in the Air
These color-changing fabrics could be a lifesaver for health, safety, military, or rescue workers who work in close proximity to harmful gases.
We may soon have fabrics and clothing that is as stretchy as a rubber band while simultaneously being as durable as steel.
This newly-formed stretch of land off the coast of Australia could provide valuable new insight to the topographical conditions on Mars.
Scientists Invent Ingenious Emission-Free System to Bottle Solar Energy in the Summer to Save for Winter
Researchers have developed a system that uses a specal kind of liquid to bottle up and store reusable solar energy without any emissions.
The researchers have called the system a “game-changer” for anyone who has lost their ability to speak, whether from disease or disability.
Dead cell phone batteries may be a thing of the past thanks to this new 2D material that was recently engineered by MIT researchers.
Scientists Are ‘Thrilled’ to Report That Hawaiian Coral Reefs Are Finally Stabilizing After Mass Bleaching
After the massive coral bleaching event that occurred in 2015, scientists are rejoicing over statewide reef recovery.
This brand new houseplant goes one step beyond air filters by cleansing the air of common chemicals such as benzene, chloroform, and formaldehyde.
Ornithologists have credited Al Larson for bolstering Idaho's bluebird population after he started building hundreds of his own wooden nests.