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A rare look inside Egypt's Valley of the Kings tombs, where photography is banned

The Valley of the Kings – the burial site of King Tutankhamun – set in the ancient city of Thebes, is one of Egypt's most visited attractions. But while general photography by tourists is banned within the tombs, Czech journalist and photographer, Jakub Kyncl, was granted special permission to …

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Ellsworth rebuilds the Rogue with completely new design, modern geometry

The last time we caught up with Tony Ellsworth, it was just announced that the company had been purchased by Jonathan Freeman. Moving on from their …

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Vegetables harvested on Mars-like soil safe for humans – Dutch scientists

If you thought eating vegetables harvested on Mars as pictured in 'The Martian' blockbuster was fiction, you were wrong. A team of Dutch scientists …

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Stem cells turned into cancer-killing immune cells

In cases where immune therapy works, it could allow mass production of treatment.<p>In addition to fighting off invaders that arrive from outside the …

Kidney grown from stem cells by Australian scientists

Australian scientists grow world's first kidney from stem cells in a breakthrough that could alleviate the demand for organ transplants<p>Scientists in <b>Australia</b> have grown the world's first kidney from stem cells – a tiny organ which could eventually help to reduce the wait for transplants.<p>The …

Anti-ageing compound set for human trials after turning clock back for mice

Australian and US researchers hope an anti-ageing compound could be trialled on humans as early as next year, following a key breakthrough that saw the ageing process reversed in mice.<p>The study, involving Harvard University and the University of NSW, discovered a way of restoring the efficiency of …

Fountain Of Youth? Scientists Regenerate Damaged Organ In A Mammal For First Time Ever

As we get older, as do our cells. They divide, split, and become increasingly unreliable, making it harder to accomplish rudimentary tasks, like repairing wear and tear to the body. It’s why regenerative medicine–which promotes healing by dialing back your biological clock–is one of today’s more …

Scientists use stem cells to grow human livers in mice - video

Japanese scientists have created small human livers from stem cells and transplanted them into mice. The transplanted livers were able to take on normal liver functions such as clearing toxins from the blood of the mice. This is believed to be the first successful generation of a functional organ …

3-D Printing Could Build New Bone Using Stem Cells

By: By Tanya Lewis, Staff Writer<p>Published: 07/01/2013 03:14 PM EDT on LiveScience<p>Damaged bones could be fixed with a new technique that involves 3D printing a tissue using living stem cells.<p>For example, if a child had a jawbone defect, you could take an image of the defect, feed it into a computer …

Stem cells: Living adult tissue transformed back into embryo state

The living tissue inside an animal has been regressed back into an embryonic state for the first time, Spanish researchers say.<p>They believe it could …

Study of 'sister' stem cells uncovers new cancer clue

Scientists have used a brand new technique for examining individual stem cells to uncover dramatic differences in the gene expression levels - which …

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Stem cell reprogramming made easier | Kurzweil

Left column: Previous method for creating induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs); right column: iPSCs produced with the new method developed by Dr. …

Stem Cell Therapy for Parkinson's Proves Safe in Primates - D-brief

By Becky Lang | September 26, 2013 12:50 pm<p>In a step that brings stem cells closer to the clinic, researchers in Japan have found that transplanting …

Advance Seen in Turning Adult Cells Into Stem Cells

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18, 2013 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists have figured out a way to more readily turn adult skin cells into primitive stem cells that …

Scientists Can Now Extract Stem Cells from Brains Using Magnets

Nothing about how a bunch of Oxford researchers recently pulled neural stem cells out of the brains of living rats seems feasible. The cells are hard …

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Scientists develop new method to create stem cells for human liver and pancreas

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Stem cells offer hope for Hurler's syndrome

University of Adelaide research using special adult stem cells is promising new hope for better treatments for the devastating genetic disease …

Olive Compounds Said to Enhance Healing Power of Human Stem Cells

By Julie Butleron November 6, 2013<br>Filed in Health<p>A new patent application highlights the possible usefulness of olive compounds hydroxytyrosol and …

Adult Stem Cells are Treating Thousands of Patients Now

Stem cell research continues to move ahead. Not embryonic stem cell research, however, which relies on the destruction of young human life.<p>After over …

Scientists grow new stem cells in a living mouse

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have succeeded in generating new stem cells in living mice and say their success opens up possibilities for the regeneration of damaged tissue in people with conditions ranging from heart failure to spinal cord injury.<p>The researchers used the same “recipe” of …

Scientists create human stem cells through cloning

NEW YORK (Reuters) - After more than 15 years of failures by scientists around the world and one outright fraud, biologists have finally created human stem cells by the same technique that produced Dolly the cloned sheep in 1996: They transplanted genetic material from an adult cell into an egg …

Scientists grow "mini human brains" from stem cells

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have grown the first mini human brains in a laboratory and say their success could lead to new levels of understanding about the way brains develop and what goes wrong in disorders like schizophrenia and autism.<p>A cross-section of an entire organoid showing development …