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No sex required: Team discovers gene trigger for asexual reproduction

When a sperm and an egg cell merge a new life begins. This is the case in humans and in animals, but in principle also in plants. A German-Israeli …

Biology

First U.S. Case Of Brain Damage Linked To Zika Virus

A baby born in Hawaii with microcephaly has the virus<p>On Saturday, the Centers For Disease Control (CDC) confirmed the first case of brain damage in the United States linked to the Zika virus. The baby, born in a hospital on Oahu on Friday, had microcephaly, a rare neurological disease that has been …

Breakthrough in human cell transformation could revolutionize regenerative medicine

A breakthrough in the transformation of human cells by an international team led by researchers at the University of Bristol could open the door to a …

New Class of Antibiotic Could Fight Resistance For 30 Years

A new class of antibiotic has been discovered thanks to a new technique that could yield more of the same - an incredible boon in our fight against …

Scientists are trying to use genetically engineered mosquitoes to stop the rapidly spreading Zika virus

The mosquito-borne Zika virus is causing severe problems in Brazil, where it appears to be connected to serious birth defects.<p>To stop Zika's spread, a company called Oxitec is planning on expanding its genetically engineered mosquito project to try to rid areas in Brazil of the bug at the heart of …

Public Health

Meet the Mind-Controlling Algae Protein That Could Cure Blindness

It sounds completely crazy: as early as next year, using gene therapy scientists hope to restore sight in the blind by giving their eyes additional …

<b>The Scene:</b> Taking place before Clark returns to Metropolis after his absence, his mother, Martha, gives him a few lines of inspiration, including …

Superman

Doctor Who: 50 things you didn't know

1. The Doctor lives longer in France<p>French audiences watching Doctor Who dubbed into their native tongue obviously can’t be expected to know the difference between Christopher Eccleston’s Lancashire vowels and David Tennant’s adopted southern accent – but isn’t there some metaphysical conundrum …

TV Series

Researchers Identify Three Distinct Subtypes of Alzheimer's Disease

<b>Finding could mean that each variation would need to be treated differently.</b><p>Alzheimer’s disease, long thought to be a single disease, really consists …

Man Spends 6 Months, $1,500 To Make ONE Sandwich From Scratch

Start growing those veggies.<p>When we say "expensive sandwich," you might think truffle-encrusted filet mignon on a bun dusted with gold. But not this time!<p>Here's a sandwich that will force you to think about where your food comes from. In the video above, How To Make Everything's Andy George goes to …

Fungi plate

Mycotheca Marina: An Introduction to the Kohlmeyer Marine Fungi Herbarium

Cholinergic Neurons Send Brain Wide Broadcasts, Enabling the Ability to Learn From the Unexpected

<b>When a large combat unit, widely dispersed in dense jungle, goes to battle, no single soldier knows precisely how his actions are affecting the</b> …

This mind-reading device can turn your thoughts into text

Brain-computer interfaces are nothing new—several companies have developed technologies that allow one to conduct a number of pre-determined …

Ex-coroner faces new charges; officials say 2 more fetuses found in morgue

The former McHenry County coroner, who was charged with official misconduct and forgery after the mummified body of a baby was found in the county morgue, now faces additional charges after the remains of two more fetuses were discovered, court records show.<p>The case against ex-Coroner Marlene Lantz …

Cerebral Cortex Thicker in Youths With Down Syndrome

<b>The thickness of the brain’s cerebral cortex could be a key to unlocking answers about intellectual development in youth with Down Syndrome. It could</b> …

Saberforge Lets You Build a Lightsaber from Modular Parts

For many <i>Star Wars</i> fans, having their own lightsaber might be just a dream. But through Saber Forge, it's a reality. The Portland-based company makes high-end, accurate laser swords, and they've recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for their new endeavor called Adaptive Saber Parts (ASP). It's a …

Cool Stuff

Different Solutions

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Genetics for Creativity Linked to Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder

For centuries, people have observed that creative individuals – be it artists, musicians, or poets – appear to have an overabundance of mental …

The Brain

Star Wars Deleted Scenes Reveal an Entire Movie You Didn't See

This is what George Lucas' classic almost looked like.<p>The original 1977 <i>Star Wars</i>is basically its own trilogy, Luke Skywalker's full coming-of-age tale. Part one: Escaping the moisture farm life on Tatooine. Part two: Breaking Leia out of the Death Star. And part three, the thrilling conclusion: …

Science Fiction

Scientists May Have Just Found A Solution For Deadly Superbugs

A computer program designed by two scientists could one day be a weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistance in bacteria. Using complex algorithms, biologist Miriam Barlow of the University of California, Merced and mathematician Kristina Crona of American University in Washington, D.C. were …

Giant Whales Have Super-Stretchy Nerves

“Hey, look at this,” said Bob Shadwick. He and his team were working on the dissected remains of a fin whale, the second largest animal on the planet, when they noticed a white cord-like structure lying against a slab of muscle. Shadwick picked it up and jokingly stretched it. “It was like a bungee …

Whales

A guide to CRISPR, the human gene-editing tool that has scientists excited — and terrified

We are now one step closer to designer babies. Using a technique called CRISPR, geneticists in China recently modified the DNA of nonviable human embryos and published the results in the journal <i>Protein & Cell</i>.<p>Editing the genetic material of human embryos was a first — and the April 18 publication …

50 incredible hotels you should sleep in during your lifetime

Everyone has their dream bucket list of travel destinations, but what about dream hotels?<p>Since summer is right around the corner and we're dreaming about vacations in far off places, we've come up with the ultimate bucket list of hotels to stay in around the world.<p>From private overwater bungalow …

Burj Al Arab

Researchers reconstruct 3D models of neuronal networks for studying cortex organization

Virtual Pathology eLearning

UK Universities

This ancient flesh-eating 'penis worm' had teeth in its THROAT - now experts know exactly how sharp they were

Dentists have uncovered the terrifying truth behind a super-creepy ancient creature called the 'Penis Worm'.<p>This bizarre flesh-eating beastie turned …

A central mechanism of aging identified – and it might be reversible

Research into the underlying causes of a genetic disorder that causes premature aging and death has revealed a key driver of aging in all people. …

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