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Double The Fight: Driving Change In Wrestling And Conservation (VIDEO)

With her relentless fighting spirit, marine scientist and pro wrestler Naomi Clark-Shen works to safeguard sharks and stingrays from overfishing.

Navigating Cancer Treatment With The Tiniest Of Tools

A new soft robotic laser could allow surgeons to conduct head and neck surgeries without damaging critical structures in the vicinity.

Helping Computers ‘See’ Through Darkness And Rain

To advance computer vision, researchers developed neural network algorithms to enhance videos of rainy and night scenes.

Cutting Down Barriers In Bacterial Genome Editing

Scientists are fighting drug-resistant microbes with a new CRISPR-Cas gene editing method that can be transferred between bacterial strains.

Scientists From Asia Among 2022 Breakthrough Prize Winners

Three scientists from Japanese institutions won the 2022 Breakthrough Prizes for their foundational work in fundamental physics and mathematics.

Uncovering The History Of The Tiger Genome

Historic dips in the population from a wildly endangered past have led to a split between genetically diverse tiger subspecies and several inbred individuals.

Nuts & Bolts—Health Assessment On The Go For Seniors

Three new innovations in wearable health-tech will increase accessibility to advanced health assessment for the elderly.

Why Children May Experience Mild COVID-19

Compared to adults, children with COVID-19 have a lower T cell response, possibly leading to mild or asymptomatic infections.

Divide And Conquer: Classifying Cancers For Targeted Therapy

With a new classification scheme for angiosarcomas, health experts can develop and select more effective treatments for cancer patients.

Rewriting The (Under)story Of Rapid Bird Evolution

Contrary to typically long evolutionary timeframes, Sulawesi babblers have diversified surprisingly quickly on Indonesia's islands.