Researchers at Mount Sinai recently discovered that stressful events experienced early in life activate certain molecules that dictate to what degree and when particular genes are expressed.
It turns out that male mice without Y chromosomes can still father other mice. Scientists have discovered the live mouse progeny can be created by these mice with assisted reproduction.
Researchers at Brigham Young University found in a new study that your computer mouse knows when you are angry based on the mouse movements and the speed of your cursor.
Scientists have created super intelligent mice that may help them shed some light on cognitive disorders, such as Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia and other disorders.
Researchers are examining the link between a psychedelic drug and it's ability to reduce asthma symptoms in mice. Officials at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine found that the psychedelic drug (R)-DOI, helped prevent the development of allergic asthma in a mouse model.