Starlet sea anemones are great at rebranding.
Step one: detergent
Researchers have learned how to use the human microflora to monitor healthcare cleanliness
Don't worry, they're humane traps—the cells remain alive inside their translucent pyramidal prisons.
Say hi to the proteome.
Chinese researchers have developed a new technique for isolating kidney cells from urine and turning them into neural progenitors. Not as gross as it sounds!
Scientists in the UK injected dogs with cells grown from the lining of their noses, which continually regenerates.
This 10,000-rpm, no-pulse artificial heart doesn't resemble an organic heart--and might be all the better for it
Studying our natural internal bacteria could help doctors cure diseases that affect millions
Paves way for better nanomedicine as well as remediation of nanotoxic events
But their effect in normal cells may prove toxic for the body
The first new embryonic stem cell lines are set to roll out after President Obama lifted Bush-era restrictions last spring
Sir John B. Gurdon and Shinya Yamanaka discovered that mature cells, not just embryonic cells, are capable of becoming any cell in the body.
A 3-D virtual patient that allows doctors to visualize and diagnose ailments in high-definition
They swim just like parasites, but would do good instead of harm
Drip, drip, drip