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After Her Years of Research, a Cambridge Scientist Could Be on the Verge of Curing Multiple Sclerosis

Auto-immune diseases like multiple sclerosis (MS) occur when the body’s immune cells attack healthy tissues. In the case of MS, the cells target the...

Scientists Create First-Ever Magnetic Liquid – and Its Movements Are Mesmerizing – ‘We almost couldn’t believe it’

Both inventors of centuries past and scientists of today have found ingenious ways to make our lives better with magnets—from the magnetic needle on...

These Glowing Plants Aren’t Genetically Modified – And They May Light Up Our Future Homes

How many glowing plants does it take to replace a lightbulb? Well, assuming this research continues to be successful, it may not be very many.

UCLA Surgeons Develop Simple Spray Gel to Super-Charge Immunity and Prevent Cancer From Returning

A team of researchers have developed a spray-on gel that could prevent cancer from returning to plague a patient after surgery. Many people who are...

Researchers Develop Cheap, 10-Minute Test That Can Detect Cancer Anywhere in the Body

The simple, inexpensive tool could save thousands of lives by increasing the odds of early cancer detection.

Scientists Develop Molecule That Can Finally Help Stop Arthritis From Wearing Down Joints

Though we have drugs that can alleviate arthritis-related pain, we don't currently have any treatments for reversing the joint deterioration.

We May Soon Have Batteries That Charge in Minutes Thanks to New Class of Materials, Study Says

Waiting for your cell phone to charge may soon be a thing of the past. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have identified a group...

Scientists May Have Just Overcome the Biggest Obstacle to Mass-Producing Hydrogen Fuel

Hydrogen fuel has long been thought of as the “Holy Grail” of renewable energy – and scientists may have just found the secret to its mass-production.

Researchers Create Gorgeous Plants That Glow – and the Possibilities For Them Are Endless

Why should 20% of the world's energy consumption go towards lighting if we can just use beautifully glowing plants instead?

Gene Editing Technique Could Be the Cure For Anemia and Sickle Cell Disease

This promising treatment of blood mutations in mice showed a total elimination of disease or abnormality – with more testing, it could be used on humans.

13-Year-old Receives Google Science Prize for Ingenious Medical Solution

This 7th grader has become the youngest person to ever receive the international award thanks to her remarkably simple invention.

Researchers Develop ‘Holy Grail’ Eye Drop to Prevent, Treat Cataracts Without Surgery

For millions of people whose vision is clouded by cataracts, surgery has been the only option. Soon, they may be able to treat–and even...

Pesky Packing Peanuts Find New Purpose As Powerful Batteries

Packing peanuts may protect your fragile shipments, but they can damage a fragile environment. Now, scientists have found a way to crush them, bake...
3D-printed bionic ear at Princeton - Frank Wojciechowski photo

Researchers Create World’s First 3D-printed Bionic Organ

Using 3D printers to create biological structures has become widespread. Printing electronics has made similar advances, particularly for low-cost, low-power disposable items. The first...

Gold-Plated Church Windows Purify Air

Medieval stained-glass windows colored in gold nanoparticles help purify air when lit by the sun, a new study finds. "For centuries people appreciated...

Nerve Regeneration One Step Closer in MIT Lab;;playerWidth=385;playerHeight=288;isShowIcon=true;clipId=6839120;flvUri=;partnerclipid=;adTag=News;advertisingZone=CBS.BOSTON%252Fworldnowplayer;enableAds=true;landingPage=;islandingPageoverride=false;playerType=STANDARD_EMBEDDEDscript;controlsType=fixed Christopher Reeve, a quadripelegic since his traumatic fall from a horse resulted in the severing of nerves in his spinal cord, always held...