Scientists are exploring how to store and transport ready-to-use bioink cartridges to treat injuries on the International Space Station.
Bacteria found in tumors could prove a potent anticancer tool
Bacteria residing inside tumors provide a surprisingly powerful immunotherapy platform to combat different cancers.
How the brain protects itself from the negative effects of CBD
To understand CBD’s impact and the risks associated with consumption, researchers explore how a fellow brain cell prevents toxicity in neurons.
Plant-based scaffolds for lab-grown meat
Using plant proteins derived from crop waste and spent grains adds new dimension to sustainable lab-grown meats.
Scientists identify a new molecular mechanism for autism
High levels of nitric oxide, a signaling chemical in the brain, appear to contribute to the behavioral deficits observed in autism.
Keeping HIV at bay without antiviral drugs
A rare group of patients have been found to maintain a very low viral load and a functional immune system after stopping antiviral treatment.
A thread-like neurological probe offers unprecedented insights into the brain
An ultra-thin and flexible probe could improve scientists’ ability to measure neurological activity in the brain.
Galapagos tortoises are being threatened by a lack of males
Galapagos tortoises display temperature-dependent sex determination, which may negatively skew population demographics under climate change.
From lasers to a Nobel Prize: A conversation with Donna Strickland
Canadian physicist Donna Strickland on breaking down barriers in laser physics and her life after winning the Nobel Prize.
A biodegradable drone for environmental monitoring
The forest floor should be able to make a meal out of this new drone made of almost completely from biodegradable parts.