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Researchers Grow 3D Graphene Using Sugar Blowing Technique

Researchers Grow 3D Graphene Using Sugar Blowing Technique

Researchers have found a way to prepare 3D graphene structures using a “blown sugar” technique.

Genome Of Ancient Skeleton Shows Native Americans Came From Asia

Genome Of Ancient Skeleton Shows Native Americans Came From Asia

The first genome sequencing of the Ice Age skeletal remains of a one-year-old boy has shown that the first human settlers in North America were from Asia and not Europe.

Using Vibrations To Power Microelectronics

Using Vibrations To Power Microelectronics

Researchers have conceptualized a strategy to harness low frequency vibrations as an infinite power source for miniature electronic devices.

Stress Is All It Takes To Make Stem Cells

Stress Is All It Takes To Make Stem Cells

Scientists have made the surprising discovery that ordinary cells can be reprogrammed to become pluripotent by subjecting them to stress.

Scientists Turn Stem Cells Into Liver And Pancreas Precursor Cells

Scientists Turn Stem Cells Into Liver And Pancreas Precursor Cells

Scientists have developed a method of turning human stem cells into a cell type that gives rise to organs including the liver and pancreas.

‘Love Drug’ May Treat Abdominal Pain

‘Love Drug’ May Treat Abdominal Pain

A hormone that induces labor and encourages social bonding may hold the key to treating abdominal pain, according to a new study.

Goods And Pollution Made In China For U.S.

Goods And Pollution Made In China For U.S.

Study finds that air pollution blowing across the Pacific Ocean is often caused by manufacturing goods for export to the U.S. and Europe.

Shrimp Gives Insight Into Color Vision

Shrimp Gives Insight Into Color Vision

Researchers have uncovered new insights into color vision by studying the mantis shrimp.

Scientists Find Potential Treatment For Streptococcal Infection

Scientists Find Potential Treatment For Streptococcal Infection

Scientists in Singapore have found a potential treatment against deadly streptococcal infections.

Search For Protein Stability Using A Filter

Search For Protein Stability Using A Filter

Researchers have developed a new way to screen for protein stability, using a filtration-based method that bypasses the need to assess activity.