The body electrician
The DoD wants to take a page from the axolotl's book
The next generation of artificial limbs-fused directly to human bone and commanded by the brain-promises effortless, natural motion. It can't come soon enough for the newest group of prosthetics wearers: U.S. soldiers
Twist & shout, you slippery little creature.
Powdered pig bladder made Lee Spievak's sawed-off finger grow back. Is this the future of medicine?
All organisms, including humans, have the ability to regenerate something in the body. But the process is much more developed in lower organisms.
Using tiny electrical currents to go from stump to fully functioning appendage
The cells could be further studied for eventual application to human therapy
The most complete vertebrate symbiosis ever discovered
Plus the new selfie drone
There may be a lot more biological diversity on Earth than meets the eye.
Scientists in the UK injected dogs with cells grown from the lining of their noses, which continually regenerates.
Plus, an awesome photo of agriculture in Saudi Arabia
Did you know it was Glasgow docs who developed diagnostic ultrasound in the 1950s?
Winners of the Nikon's annual Small World competition represent the best in through-the-microscope photography
A chemical trigger regrows the thymus of a living mouse
Neuroscientists surgically and chemically reconnect rats' severed spinal cords, recovering the rats' bladder control.
Including a 1,111-carat diamond