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Scientists create 'human liver' from stem cells
Scientists create 'human liver' from stem cells (via AFP) Scientists in Japan said they had grown human liver tissue from stem cells in a first that holds promise for alleviating the critical shortage of donor organs. Creating lab-grown...
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Easily Pronounced Names May Make People More Likable
Though it might seem impossible, and certainly inadvisable, to judge a person by her name, a new study suggests our brains try anyway. The more pronounceable a person's name is, the more likely people are to favor her.
Scientists Use Cloning to Create Stem Cells
It's not quite human cloning, but it's close. Researchers reported using a variation of somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) — the same technique that created Dolly the sheep, the first mammal to...
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Scientists Hope to Bring 'Test Tube Meat' to Your Table
Scientists from University of Maastricht in the Netherlands are growing artificial meat in test tubes. Currently, it takes 100 pounds of resources to get 15 pounds of meat, but a switch to in vitro meat could bump that up to 50 percent efficiency.