Researchers have discovered a way to turn skin cells into cells that fight cancer.
Scientists have created "mini-brains" in the lab in order to study neurological diseases. The tiny brains are made up of many of the neurons and cells of the human brain, and even have some of the same functionality.
Scientists have discovered what may be a possible trigger for type 1 diabetes.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have developed "mini-brains" to study neurological diseases. The brains are composed of neurons and cells of a human brain, according to recent findings published in the journal
Let's look at what part of our brain controls sighing.
Scientists have developed a method to extend the lifespan of mice by up to 35 percent, and are optimistic about the potential implications of the study for humans.
New findings published in Free Radical Biology and Medicine found that a compound found in the natural food additive annatto may prevent the formation of cancer cells.
Researchers from Northwestern University have created a new material with built-in vitamin A, which reduces scarring in blood vessels.
Acoustic tweezers may be the next big thing for creating new structures. Scientists have created "tweezers" that can move single cells in three dimensions using surface acoustic waves without touching, deforming or labeling the cells are possible.
Science World Report spoke with Yvonne Butler Toba, MD, an OB-GYN at the Mayo Clinic about the benefits of folic acid.
Scientists created a polymer sphere that delivers a molecule to bone wounds and the molecule instructs the injury's existing cells to repair itself.