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September 29th
Health A milestone in disease control Earlier this week, the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) announced that after a 22 year eradication effort, measles had been…
September 28th
Health It's almost like vaccinating, without vaccinating Mothers' breast milk teaches babies' developing cells to defend against infection, according to new research led by University of California, Riverside.
September 28th
From Our Blogs: Nexus Media News Scientists offer a solution to the problem of purity. For decades, engineers have made solar panels more and more efficient by using ever-purer silicon to capture a greater share of the sun&rsq…
September 28th
Science Hyperelastic “bone” grafts have healed rat spines and a monkey’s skull 3D printed implants can prompt new bone to grow in animals.
September 27th
Health This success could help the technique gain approval in the U.S. Five months ago, on April 6th of this year, a boy born to a Jordanian couple became the first baby born in the world using a new in-vitro fertilization technique that…
September 27th
Health The grafts could treat children’s heart defects without needing to be replaced Artificial blood vessels transplanted into three lambs grew up along with the animals.
September 27th
Science A new science book peers at the exciting secret lives of ingredients Since the days of the alchemists, the kitchen has been the household's main experimental space, a laboratory where base materials (raw ingredients) are transmut…
September 26th
Health Before they become a big problem Life is a roller coaster, sometimes.
September 23rd
Science Our 10 favorite images of the week Our 10 favorite images from this week in science and tech.
September 23rd
Science In the eye of the storm Many people have lived through hurricanes, but very few have flown into them on purpose.