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Doctors at the USC Neurorestoration Center and Keck Medicine of USC injected an experimental treatment made from stem cells and other cells into the damaged cervical spine of a recently paralyzed 21-year-old man as part of a multi-center clinical trial. Two weeks after surgery, Kristopher Boesen began to show signs...
Melbourne researchers say they have successfully grown and implanted cornea cells to cure blindness. The cells were grown on a layer of synthetic film and transplanted into the eyes of animals, restoring vision. The technique, developed by researchers at Melbourne University and the Centre for Eye Research, could replace transplants of...
Now, scientists from the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, working with colleagues from GE Appliances, are looking at how it can be used to dry them. They've already developed technology that they say could make clothes dryers 70 percent more energy-efficient than they are now, while also...
E-liquids have come under scrutiny following a spate of sensationalist news reports on poisoning incidents. While the nicotine in e-liquids means that they need to be handled and stored with care, they're no more dangerous than other common household items. A few common-sense measures could prevent poisonings from occurring. E-cigarettes...
The first known case of a woman spreading the Zika virus to a man during unprotected sex has been reported in New York City, by health authorities. Until now, experts were aware only of cases in which men spread the virus to their partners during sex, as well as transmission...
Smog Free Tower City air purifier project in Beijing Daan Roosegaarde, a 36-year-old, Dutch designer, and entrepreneur created the largest air purifier in history, which could be used to clear the air in some of the most polluted cities around the world. In addition to removing pollutants from the air that...
NASA findings show that there is a quasi-moon that's been orbiting the Earth for almost a century. One is the loneliest number, especially if you're a moon circling the Earth. Sure, it is smaller than you and goes around the Earth amazingly irregularly, but still, two of anything is always better...
Such was its importance, it was translated by many major figures, including King Alfred the Great, Chaucer and Elizabeth I. Hundreds of Latin songs were recorded in neumes from the 9th through to the 13th century. Because these aural traditions died out in the 12th century, it has often been...
With record-breaking speeds for fiber-optic data transmission, University of Illinois engineers have paved a fast lane on the information superhighway - creating on-ramps for big data in the process. As big data has gotten bigger, the need has grown for a high-speed data transmission infrastructure that can accommodate the ever-growing...
A new mathematical model explains the evolution of our teeth, and could help reveal new details of our evolutionary history. Scientists have found a simple mathematical formula to explain the development of our teeth. Teeth are important tools in evolutionary research as they are relatively hard and often better preserved than...

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