Scientists Think They’ve Discovered Why Skin Cells Age

This discovery could lead to a greater understanding of how organs in the body age, and it has major cosmetic implications.

March 3, 2016

Cotton Candy May be the Key to Creating Artificial Organs

Scientists are now able to spin a three-dimensional slab of gelatin that contains a microvascular network, something very like our capillaries, using a cotton candy-esque machine.

February 12, 2016

How Chromosome Extensions “Turn Back the Aging Clock”

Researchers delivered a modified RNA that increases the length of telomeres. Here are the implications that this has in the study of age-related diseases.

January 15, 2016

Bacteria Cells in Our Bodies Do Not Outnumber Human Cells by 10 to One

According to new scientific evidence, you are not more bacteria than you are "you."

January 12, 2016

Watch: The War Inside Your Body

It's like a Lilliputian Guadalcanal down there.

September 17, 2015

Stem Cell Breakthrough Regrows Livers Beyond Self-Repair

Scientists at the University of Edinburgh have figured out a way to use stem cells to repair livers, suggesting that cell-therapy techniques may replace liver transplants in the near future.

July 21, 2015
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