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Today I found out there was once a woman who had immortal cells. These immortal cells have multiplied to the point that if you were to weigh all of them
Just a few days ago, we were asking if de-extinction was possible, and today, we're a huge step closer to bringing recently extinct species back to life. Researchers have announced that they've grown early-stage embryos of the gastric-brooding frog, ...
First thing you need to know: Before doing anything else, you should simply click 'play' and start watching the video above. It doesn't take long for Robert Sapolsky, one of Stanford's finest teachers, to pull you right into his course. Better to wat...
Spotted once in 1840 and then never seen again, one of the world's most bioluminescent mushrooms has been rediscovered deep in the Brazilian wilderness.
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A Harvard research team makes progress in a new material for creating better prosthetics.
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Back in August, we told you about a free course on artificial intelligence being offered by Stanford University, and co-taught by two world-renowned AI experts.
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A wobbly new biochemical structure in one scientist's lab may resemble what enzymes looked like billions of years ago, when life on Earth began to evolve -- long before they became ingredients for new and improved products, from detergents to foods a...
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Arctic underwater cinematographer Adam Ravetch discusses the unusual and seldom filmed Greenland Shark, seen during the shoot of the IMAX 3D film, TO THE ARC...