DEADLY FUNNEL WEB SPIDER VENOM COULD PROTECT BRAIN FROM STROKE DAMAGE
Venom from the funnel web spider can be employed to prevent brain damage due to strokes. When scientists were processing the DNA of this spider’s venom,
Discovery enables 'mass produced blood'
Scientists say they have made a significant leap towards mass-producing red blood cells suitable for donation.
CLEMSON UNIVERSITY DEVELOPS SOIL SAMPLING SOFTWARE
With low commodity prices and high input costs, accurate soil data is more important than ever. Not only can it help you maximize yields,
Is robotics a solution to the growing needs of the elderly?
The receptionist at the Institute of Media Innovation, at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University, is a smiling brunette called Nadine.
Scientists create 'beating' human heart muscle for cardiac research
Scientists at The University of Queensland have taken a significant step forward in cardiac disease research by creating a functional 'beating' human heart muscle from stem cells.
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