It’s 10 a.m. on a Wednesday, and I’m watching a robot poke a forest camouflage backpack with a stick. Here on the southern edge of Albuquerque, N.M.,
Scientists in Japan have grown rudimentary functioning human livers from stem cells in a world first that promises to help alleviate the global shortage in transplant organs .
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Imprints of stems and blossoms stamped into the dirt of ancient graves are the oldest definitive proof of flowers decorating graves—a common practice around the world today—a new study says. Scented
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Many people take part in races as a tradition on Independence Day including Maine native and astronaut Chris Cassidy. That's why he made unique arrangements months ago to participate in his hometown
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Japanese scientists have created tiny human livers like those seen early in the life of a human fetus, according to new research released on Wednesday (July 3) in the journal Nature.
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