Tiny robots made of DNA can transport molecules inside body
Tiny robots made of DNA can transport molecules inside body
Cliff Mooneyham - Sep 16, 2017
Scientists develop nanorobots -- made from a single strand of DNA -- capable of transporting therapeutic drugs to specific regions in the body.
Carmelo Sheppard - Sep 04, 2017
Andrew McDonald - Aug 19, 2017
The team suggests that life got a kick-start from the huge amounts of nutrients and carbon dumped into the oceans by melting glaciers.
Kara Menard - Aug 19, 2017
Van Der Sloot was re-arrested for another murder case and is now behind bars. He has more than once confessed to either killing Natalee Holloway or seeing her die but has retracted or changed his confession more than once.
Joseph Scalise - Aug 19, 2017
But Chilesaurus had flattened teeth, which suggests it ate only plants; and an inverted, bird-like hip structure that sets it apart from the theropods. Some researchers posited that it belonged to another dinosaur group, the ornithischia.
David Sims - Aug 18, 2017
Researchers from Harvard University found that, even after adjusting for both age and body mass index, osteoarthritis of the knee is twice as common now as it was in the 1950's.
Jeremy Morrow - Aug 16, 2017
Carassius fish -- a group that includes goldfish and crucian carps -- produce alcohol in their cells as a way to survive in cold, icy water, according to new study published in Scienctific Reports.
Tobi Gerdes - Aug 11, 2017
However, despite that research, little is known about the evolution of the ape and human ancestors that existed before 10 millions years ago.
Josh Curlee - Aug 09, 2017
Growing new organs in a lab is a feat that medicine cannot yet do, but an Ohio State University research team thinks it has found a way to program the human body's own cells to grow new organ tissue on its own.
Simon Smith - Aug 04, 2017
In a major breakthrough that is sure to stoke controversy, U.S. scientists have successfully edited human embryos afflicted with a genetic mutation that causes a sometimes fatal heart condition to produce healthy embryos.
Paul Pate - Aug 04, 2017
U.S. and Korean scientists announced that they successfully edited defective genes that cause heart failure out of real-life human embryos Wednesday.
James Smith - Aug 01, 2017
The scientists found that tardigrades and nematodes were missing the same five HOX genes, which are responsible for setting the nose-to-tail pattern in embryos .
James Carlin - Jul 18, 2017
Researchers in Sweden have found that ravens are even smarter than anybody thought, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
Leon Clarke - Jul 10, 2017
There are enough painkillers being prescribed to keep every American high for three weeks straight, but the rate of new prescriptions has nevertheless dropped since 2010.
Kristy Douglas - Jun 19, 2017
Approximately 90% of cancer deaths occur only after metastasis, according to Jayatilaka, who said that she and her colleagues first made a breakthrough when they discovered two proteins.
Ian Marsh - Jun 15, 2017
Kompaje observed in his study that scientists lack a complete understanding of what causes conjoined twins.
Jose Jefferies - May 31, 2017
The researchers said that 90% of Hawaii's reefs now exhibit bleaching. Some areas have lost more than half their coral cover.
Mae Owen - May 28, 2017
The experimental method uses tilapia skin, which the researchers chose because it has a high concentration of collagens.
Chad Young - Mar 10, 2017
Scientists say that they are one-third of the way to synthesizing the complete genome of baker's yeas
James Carlin - Feb 02, 2017
Scientists at the University of Tübingen in Germany have developed a brain reading cap, which will help patients with locked-in syndrome to communicate with Doctors and their families.
Jeremy Morrow - Jan 14, 2017
This brings the age old question of if NASA can use the drug why is it illegal?
Vicky Webb - Jan 13, 2017
The other vowels are "aw" sound, an "ih" sound and an "uh," which make up the basis of the baboon language.
Alex Bourque - Jun 09, 2016
The local fishers took thirty wild horses and placed them in an eel-infested pool.
Alex Bourque - Jun 02, 2016
The herringbone structure enables the Mantis shrimp to deliver a punch similar to a 22-caliber bullet.
Alex Bourque - May 16, 2016
This quick evolution of the microorganisms has never been known as to how beneficial it is to humans.
Jason Spencer - May 04, 2016
Researchers were puzzled as to how six predators who were on top of the food chain would have survived in the same area.
Craig Hall - May 03, 2016
The ancient fungi had first confused researchers as what was first thought as different organisms have now been confirmed to be various stages of the same organism.
Ian Marsh - May 01, 2016
The birds give birth to more chicks than they can care for.
Ian Marsh - Apr 30, 2016
After nearly ten years the scientists have collected enough data to explain some of the aquatic mammals characteristics.
Dirk Trudeau - Apr 29, 2016
They found that the genes from insects in Asia and those in America shared a very similar structure.
Jason Spencer - Apr 26, 2016
The ATP ions are secluded and combined forming a network similar to a city with different sized components.
Ian Marsh - Mar 27, 2016
However, viruses do not have fossils, and the scientist had to devise a new way to study their history.
Ian Marsh - Mar 26, 2016
They noted that the chimps could pick up the stones and thrown them to the tree while uttering some sounds.
Ian Marsh - Mar 22, 2016
What could it exactly hunt with the short tentacles, and how does it avoid predators with its bright white color on the ocean floor.
Alex Bourque - Jan 24, 2016
Two brothers in Wales discovered the fossil remains of the oldest know Jurassic dinosaur, which has been named "Dracoraptor hanigani", or "the dragon thief".
Ian Marsh - Jan 22, 2016
A new study shows just how complex this amazing plant is.
Ian Marsh - Aug 27, 2015
Researchers from the University of California, San Diego have created an amazing 3D printed 'microfish' robot that can be injected directly into the bloodstream.
David Sims - Sep 25, 2017
A study on ancient DNA gives a new glimpse into the genetic history of the sub-Saharan Africa.
Clint Huston - Sep 16, 2017
Bacteria cultured in space and then treated with a common antibiotic were more resistant to treatment than a control group on Earth.
Alex Bourque - Aug 19, 2017
In a development that could help people at increased risk for cancer, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have devised a non-invasive blood test that can detect early-stage cancers with a good degree of accuracy.
Adam Widmer - Aug 19, 2017
Arizona public health officials are warning residents that plague-infected fleas have been found in two of the state's northern counties.
Billy Kirk - Aug 19, 2017
Now, the team from Cambridge believes it is one of the first ornithischians, a group that includes both Triceratops and Stegosaurus.
James Carlin - Aug 16, 2017
Before the injections, the researchers took baseline measurements of the rats' heart function, exercise capacity, and various blood markers.
Ian Marsh - Aug 09, 2017
Researchers have analyzed the stunningly well-preserved specimen of a heavily armored dinosaur unearthed in Alberta, Canada, and have declared it a new genus and species.
Ian Marsh - Aug 01, 2017
Florida conservation officials are investigating a video posted on Instagram Monday showing a group of laughing people on board a speeding boat dragging a shark by its tail on a rope.
Wilson Soto - Jul 30, 2017
China has undertaken three promising experiments in this technology. But the Oregon researchers were the first U.S.-based scientists to do so, said Jun Wu, a collaborator at the Salk Institute.
Cliff Mooneyham - Jul 26, 2017
Unique genetic insertions, called transposons, on the Williams-Beuren syndrome critical regions (WBSCR) were strongly associated with social traits, such as seeking out humans for physical contact.
Mae Owen - Jul 10, 2017
The pathogen, a bacterium called Xylella fastidiosa, turned up in a sample of 17 almond trees in eastern Valencia, according to Elena Cebrian, a local agricultural official.
Jeremy Morrow - Jun 19, 2017
Lead, a toxic metal, was found most often in fruit juices, root vegetables, and cookies.
Chad Young - Jun 11, 2017
The fossilized hatchling was a member of the bird group known as enantiornithes, which disappeared along with dinosaurs some 65 million years ago.
James Smith - Apr 21, 2017
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
James Smith - Feb 02, 2017
This is in the form of fluorinated chemicals(PFASs). These are usually favored for their grease repellant properties but can be harmful to our health according to the study.
Aaron Sims - Jan 31, 2017
Chinese researchers have found microfossils that could be the human races' earliest ancestors.
Jeremy Morrow - Jan 10, 2017
Instinctively again the spider went for the meal on the right.
Harry Marcolis - Dec 23, 2016
But the odd thing about the skull was one, had teeth, and the other had a beak.
Ian Marsh - Jun 06, 2016
A group Scientists from Harvard seem to have cracked the code in creating artificial photosynthesis more efficient.
Alex Bourque - Apr 22, 2016
The latest discovery of a tiny tree lizard was dated to have been alive 100 million years ago.
Alex Bourque - Mar 21, 2016
A shocking video shows a polar bear attacking and eating one of its own.
Alex Bourque - Mar 19, 2016
The whale has now become a mother to another albino whale. This is a highly rare occurrence on land and even more so in the sea.
Craig Hall - Jan 25, 2016
The creature looked to be sickly and dying.
Alex Bourque - Jan 25, 2016
The city is struggling with red alert smog situations.
Jason Spencer - Jan 25, 2016
Three Laysan albatross were found dead, and nests destroyed.
Craig Hall - Jan 25, 2016
State and federal officials have found that the water level fell to 4,191.6 feet in November.
Dirk Trudeau - Jan 25, 2016
A new study published in the journal Astrobiology suggests that any life that existed in our neighborhood has come and gone.
Craig Hall - Dec 31, 2015
El Nino may be to blame for the sea turtle's presence.
Ian Marsh - Aug 26, 2015
Biologists diving off the coast of Papua New Guinea have discovered a rare species of nautilus that hasn't been observed in the wild for over 30 years.