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Viruses’ Fight One Another in their Own Biological WarFare

Just like animals compete with one another throughout evolution, as suggested by Darwin’s theory, so do organisms. They may be tiny, but they can...

New Laser Imaging System Shows the Structure of Biological Tissue and The Dynamic Activity

Scientists at Yale can now view the dynamic activity as well as the structure of the biological tissue, and this includes the blood cells...
Researchers Have a Breakthrough as They Develop Synthetic T Cells That are Almost an Exact Replica of Human T Cells

Researchers Develop Synthetic T-Cells That are Almost an Exact Replica of Human T-Cells

The art of being able to recreate near-perfect replicas of the human T-cell is a pretty astonishing feat that may help us get one...

Understanding the Complexities of the Brain

As humans, we have the ability to alter out behavioral responses based on internal beliefs and external instructions. When tapping your foot in time...

Researchers Develop Technique that can Remotely Operate Lab-Grown Heart Cells

A new technique developed by researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine in collaboration with a few others enables them...

How to Improve Your Animal Research Lab Activities

The benefits that the medical, veterinary and biological fields have received from the scientific research of animals are enormous. This may be coming at...

Researchers Get Close Up of Bacteria Signaling Using New ‘Movie’ Technique

New research has revealed how bacteria use complex signaling networks in which to adapt to their environment. The study was carried out by John...

How a Single Catalyst Can Mimic Two Natural Energy Processes

There’s all kind of chemistry that happens in nature.  Water, for example, is continuously broken down into its oxygen, electrons, photons, and brought back...

Synthetic Biology Takes Another Leap Forward with the Development of New Circuitry

Synthetic gene circuits have been developed by scientists and engineers that enable them to program the behavior, functionality, and performance of living cells. These...

Hydrogel Casts Could Become the New Way to Control Bleeding Disorders

Researchers from Harvard's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering, Brigham and Women's Hospital the Mayo Clinic and MIT have come together in a study...