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Biology

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Your future tattoo design might be good for more than just personal style – they might be able to monitor our body's health in...

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A synthetic, soft tissue retina developed by a 24-year-old student could offer fresh hope to visually impaired people. Until now, all artificial retinal research has...

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Julian Rubenfein may only be 15 years old, but his biology experiment was so impressive, it earned a spot on the upcoming cargo launch to space. Julian,...

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This paper-thin battery has the potential to save thousands of lives in remote, dangerous, or resource-limited areas.

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Though the condition may not be life-threatening, the health risks of obesity are enough to celebrate this new treatment in testing.

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This 3D-printed smartphone attachment will allow kids and students to learn about microbiology in a way that has never been available before.

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Dana Simmons wanted to show that you can make art out of science – so using a complicated dye system, she colored living neurons like "Marilyn Diptych".

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Even though they were grown in petri dishes, these corneas could cure over 500 million people of blindness around the world.
nebula from Gemini Observatory-AURA

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If what these scientists think are true, then our whole understanding of the building blocks of the universe is about to change.

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Tiny fireflies are old news – the world’s first luminescent reptile was discovered lighting up the waters in the South Pacific. While National Geographic marine...