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Implant Micro-Worms Under Your Skin To Monitor Your Long-Term Health
New nanotube “microworms” could lead to new types of embeddable biological sensors or drug-delivery systems, according to researchers in Boston....
Microscopic Worms Could Sniff Out Explosives
Bomb squads have long used metal detectors, X-ray machines and dogs to uncover threats. Without them, authorities may not have...
How Modified Worms and Goats Can Mass-Produce Nature’s Toughest Fiber
After years of research, we may be close to full-scale production of super-strong spider silk
A Potentially New Worm Species In The Atlantic Ocean
This animal, which lives more than a mile and a half below the ocean’s surface, is one of three potentially...
Advanced Computer Worm Was Specifically Designed to Attack Iranian Nuclear Reactor, Experts Say
And the culprit is likely a nation-state
Majority of U.S. Cocaine Supply Cut with Veterinary Deworming Drug
Cocaine’s a hell of a drug, and even more so when laced with another drug that’s commonly used to deworm...
Thousands of Worms Headed to International Space Station For Muscle Tests
The perils of space flight number in the hundreds, from radiation exposure to the impact of micro-asteroids. But for astronauts...
Scientists Stun Nematode Worms With UV Phaser Straight Out Of Star Trek
Star Trek introduced the world to a wide range of fictional technology, most of which, like beaming or warp drive,...
Chemical Inchworms: The Latest in Robotic Technology?
Japanese scientists create an autonomous material -- a polymer that walks by itself
Scientists look to worm jaws, tougher than human teeth, for the next class of super-strong aerospace and construction material