Let’s take a look at this pretty unique substance which permeates our bodies.
How most of us feel in regards to our shape, well, that’s not biology’s concern.
No more peg legs on the high seas, yarr!
We’re nowhere near close to ‘discovering everything’ yet.
Print me a new me, please. Make me taller, too.
New research solves a 160-year-old mystery about the origin of the vertebrate skeleton.
The day when you can download and 3D print a sandwich inch ever closer.
To be fair it works with other plants too, but I was shooting for a culinary title.
Knowing how cells coordinate could let us improve healing speeds and fight cancers.
Sometimes, I come across stories or various research that make me wonder “why the heck hasn’t anyone else thought of this before?” We should be grateful, nevertheless, that researchers from University of Texas at Dallas have found a way to manufacture artificial muscle that is up to 100 times stronger than the flimsy tissue that makes up the human biceps.
Organ transplants are no longer a novelty, but transplants could help save a lot of lives of people who need certain tissues to live. There is probably going to be a day when laboratories could be able to grow synthetically engineered tissues such as muscle or cartilage needed for transplants [later edit: Scientists create 3D tissue printer that prints