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Fabien Cousteau and his team are setting out to break the record for living in an underwater habitat.
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Lawsuit calls into question whether cutting-edge research is moving too fast for safety regulations to keep up
Four men who had been paralyzed for two years or more were able to move their legs, knees, ankles and toes.
The brain interface learns—and remembers—how to read thoughts.
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The brain-controlled augmented suit was developed to give mobility to victims of paralysis.
Scientists found that fluctuating the electrical signal to the rodents' paralyzed legs can make them step higher and walk for longer.
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The successful use of an engineered chemzyme is a world first
Rewiring the brain to battle seizures, blindness, and more
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Scientists in the UK injected dogs with cells grown from the lining of their noses, which continually regenerates.
The treatment shows promise in four young men who had received complete paralysis diagnoses.