Making it easier to travel and infect new territory
If the same process happens in humans, it could mean a longer adolescence and a longer lifespan
And that could lead to a totally new strategy in combatting cancer
It could work the same way in humans
An international programming project aims to create virtual nematode life.
These brains of these nematodes are two of a kind -- except one is predator and one is prey.
Researchers at Harvard have figured out how to manipulate the actions of nematode worms sans wires or electrodes, opening the...
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