Scientists have used artificial skin grafts grown from induced pluripotent stem cells to cover the developing spines of rat fetuses while still in the womb.
Interestingly, Chinese licorice, which is closely related to the plant used for licorice candy, codes for many more proteins than the human genome.
Using a technique called laser shock, researchers in Japan have provided insights into how Earth-type planets form when giant asteroids collide.
Using a targeted mass spectrometry method, researchers have identified the active ingredient in asparagus that contributes to blood pressure regulation.
New research from the RIKEN in Japan has shed light on the role of gut bacteria on the maturation of the immune system.
An international group of researchers who call themselves the IceCube Collaboration has produced surprising results about one of the most enduring mysteries in physics - the origin of cosmic rays.
A*STAR scientists have discovered a link between a family of organic compounds called polyamines and embryonic stem cell regulation.