As tick saliva is known for its anti-inflammatory purposes, this advancement will open up doors for future therapeutic treatments.May 27, 2020Tick spit is an impressive feat of nature and has huge potential for medicine thanks to its naturally occurring proteins.For the first time ever, scientists have made the anti-inflammatory evasin proteins found in tick saliva, which offers a promising step forward in therapeutic treatments.
March 15, 2014Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you could explore the brain in virtual reality and see what was happening? Well in the future this may be possible and you may be able to see your thoughts right before your eyes. This is down to a team of neuroscientists working with software developers as they have come across a way of using a headset to explore the brain.
By Robin WhitlockSeptember 25, 2015 Image Source: University of Melbourne Thin flexible solar cells that can be printed may be able to offer the world a further reduction in solar energy costs and have a range of other benefits, such as being much easier to transport than conventional solar panels, particularly with regard to solar energy projects in remote locations.
The researchers created a mouse 4 human, making it the highest number of human cells in an animal ever recorded.May 21, 2020Science is one step closer to creating full human organs in vivo thanks to a team of researchers from the University of Buffalo and the Roswell Park Cancer Institute.The team managed to create a mouse-chimera that is four percent human.
Apple Store is down, which means it& 39;s time for another round of product launches. The company hosted a virtual launch event today and while we didn& 39;t see an iPhone 12 debut, we still caught the Apple Watch Series 6, in addition to other newcomers to the iPad tablet family, according to a blog post on the company& 39;s official website.
When flights got cancelled due to the pandemic, he embarked on a 85-day odyssey to reach his hometown.August 06, 2020In what turned out to be an 85-day odyssey across the Atlantic, Juan Manuel Ballestero, a 47-year-old sailor, sailed from a tiny Portuguese island of Porto Santo to Argentina, crossing the entire ocean with a small sailboat just to see his family and his father who was about to turn 90 years old.