Archive: 06/22/2006

Scientists engineer human tissue with electricity

Scientists at The University of Manchester have developed a new technique which uses electricity to engineer human tissue. They now believe it may have the potential to engineer bespoke bone marrow.

Jun 22, 2006
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When gold becomes a catalyst

Gold has always been perceived as a precious material: you win a gold medal when you prove to be the best in a competition; you only get a Gold credit card when you are a preferential customer, and the jewelry ...

Jun 22, 2006
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Fish behaviour of the highest order

New research, which has been published in Nature, has uncovered evidence of fish behaviour more commonly associated with humans.

Jun 22, 2006
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African park's mammals make a comeback

Scientists say they believe several species of large mammals are recovering from a decade of civil war and poaching in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Jun 22, 2006
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Womb transplants may soon be reality

Swedish scientists say womb transplants for women with damaged or missing wombs may be possible within five years.

Jun 22, 2006
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