On May 28, a four-decades old ban on the import of these products will be relaxed, allowing Americans to experience culinary traditions dating back centuries.
By not using actual embryos, scientists at two Oregon-based institutions sidestepped one of the largest issues surrounding stem cell technology. The breakthrough follows similar success with monkey skin cells in 2007.
In tests done on mice, the hydrogel effectively disguised the implant and tricked the body into thinking it wasn't even there.
According to the biologist's view, if we are indeed inherently polygamists, we should have never been as happy as we are today because modernity would seem to enable our real nature to express itself.
The “intent to treat” format does not alleviate selection problems within the “intent to treat” group.
The reason that eating and everything that involves is taboo is that it’s something we have in common with animals.
In some (not all) cases, lower back pain may actually stem from bacterial infection.
We are very, very wired to spread ideas and that’s where the power of human innovation comes from.
It’s important to recognize that there’s this interplay between what the individual can do and what society can do to empower individuals to live longer and healthier, more productive lives.
Mary Roach takes us on a tour through the alimentary canal to explain our biology from the perspective of bacteria.
Created partially in response to sedentary work environments, lunch-hour dance parties are growing in popularity in New York and around the world.
The Eidos goggles and mask isolate and amplify certain inputs so that, for example, someone standing at the back of a crowded auditorium can hear a speaker as clearly as if they were sitting in the front.
Putting children on drugs does nothing to change the conditions that derail their development in the first place.
Emotion tells us what matters.