Category: science

Key CRISPR gene editing methods might not work for most humans

Key CRISPR gene editing methods might not work for most humans
At first glance, CRISPR gene editing looks like the solution to all the world's ills: it could treat or even
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Scientists ‘hack’ cells to create 3D shapes from live tissue

Scientists 'hack' cells to create 3D shapes from live tissue
Never mind 3D-printing organs -- the real dream is to make the tissue itself bend to your will, and UCSF
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A new polymer could make phone screen repairs a thing of the past

A new polymer could make phone screen repairs a thing of the past
If you've ever had to deal with a cracked smartphone screen, you know what a hassle it can be. Slapping
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Electric eels might be the key to powering implantable devices

Electric eels might be the key to powering implantable devices
Science has been inspired by eels for aquatic exploration before, sure, and now researchers are eyeing electric eels for motivation.
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Gravity waves could help scientists detect earthquakes faster

Gravity waves could help scientists detect earthquakes faster
Tracking minor changes in gravity when an earthquake hits could buy us precious life-saving minutes, according to a new study
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Apple launched a study to look for irregular heart rhythms on the Apple Watch

Apple launched a study to look for irregular heart rhythms on the Apple Watch
Apple and Stanford have teamed up for a new heart health study. Using a new Apple Watch app and the
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Google’s AI can tell when someone is peeping at your phone

Google's AI can tell when someone is peeping at your phone
Face detection isn't just for signing you in or making silly animations... it could also keep nosy bus passengers from
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