Artificial Wombs and Spider Silk Hearts! Sci-Fi Biotech is Here

Artificial womb to serve as a surrogate mother, a heart made of spider silk protein, a nose “growing”... Read more

New Gene Therapy Gives Hope To People Born With Inherited Eye Disorder

The first successful gene therapy for an inherited form of blindness was recently reviewedby an expert panel of advisers... Read more

The Chemistry of Broccoli

Broccoli, like other green vegetables, gets greener when you start cooking it. Why is this, and why does... Read more

Genetically Modified Chickens Lay Cancer-Fighting Eggs

Researchers from Japan have bred genetically engineered chickens that lay eggs carrying interferon beta, a protein known to fight... Read more

The Man Who Tried to Read All the Books in the World

One man’s quest to create a library of everything, 500 years before Google Books was conceived, foreshadowed the... Read more

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Genetically Modified Chickens Lay Cancer-Fighting Eggs

Researchers from Japan have bred genetically engineered chickens that lay eggs carrying interferon beta, a protein known to fight diseases like… Read more

Materials Science

Sustainable Shopping: How to Rock White Sneakers Without Eco-Guilt

From materials to manufacturing, most brand new kicks have a hidden environmental cost. Here are some eco-friendly and sustainable alternatives. Read more

Oil & Gas

Ask an Expert: Richard Beale

We sit down with Richard Beale, author of the book "The Planning Guide to Piping Design" to learn more about… Read more

Social Sciences

The Man Who Tried to Read All the Books in the World

One man’s quest to create a library of everything, 500 years before Google Books was conceived, foreshadowed the challenges of… Read more

Earth & Environmental Science

Urban Noise Pollution is Worst in Poor and Minority Neighborhoods and Segregated Cities

In a new study we detail our findings on noise pollution, which has direct impacts on public health. Read more

Neuroscience

New Series in Neurotoxicology Launches

An exclusive look at the first volume of Environmental Factors in Neurodegenerative Diseases, including a complimentary copy of the chapter:… Read more

Social Sciences

Bodies In Distress

Journeys of Embodiment at the Intersection of Body and Culture explores research-based developmental and feminist theory, referred to as the Developmental… Read more

Biomedicine & Biochemistry; Engineering

Coastal Protection on the Edge: The Challenge of Preserving California’s Legacy

The California coast is an edge. It’s the place where 1,100 miles of shoreline meets the largest ocean... Read more

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