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Neurogenesis fully stops after the age of thirteen, researchers suggest.
Science confirms the obvious. But this study is still important.
This is the incredible story of Zion, the first quadruple amputee child in whom researchers observed massive brain reorganization before and after the hand transplant.
A simple word is enough to trigger a reaction in your pupil.
A synthetic retina developed from soft materials offers new hope for the visually impaired.
Making new tissue could become as easy as bio-printing it.
This “green” technology could help to solve the organ transplant shortage.
It’s not flashy, but it might make a big difference.
It was adorable, but also terrifying.
Blinking is strange, at least in one regard.
A soft, customizable robot fits around a human heart and helps it beat.
Happy gut bacteria are the best bacteria.
Researchers have discovered that a minority of women go through severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms due to a hormonal abnormality.
If you feel silly for wondering why men have nipples you can feel a bit better knowing that Darwin had the same question.
A tale of milk teeth and ancient fish.
There’s a common misconception that some people just aren’t made to run. Here’s what science says, instead.
And the Allen Brain Atlas is free to use. Hurray!
Take a look at this image. What do you think it is?
The synthetic tissue is safer and more reliable than that sourced from dead pigs or human cadavers.