Researchers from Yale have reported preliminary success in repairing spinal cord injuries in patients using intravenous injections of bone marrow derived from the patients own stem cells (MSCs).
A group of scientists from Finland are now developing a “therapeutic action game” to help ease the symptoms depression.
On Thursday NASA’s Perseverance rover has successfully landed on Mars. The touchdown took place on Mars’ Jezero crater and marks the beginning of the agency’s most ambitious effort to investigate whether there was once life on Mars.
Due to the Montreal Protocol banning the use of trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11) in 1987 which proved successful, new atmospheric data shows that the protocol has been effective and the hole in the ozone is on schedule to close within the next 50 years.
Neurologists have found that both perfect pitch, the ability to identify a note simply by the sound, and musical training in general led to greater functional connectivity between the regions of the brain.
Spacecrafts from the United Arab Emirates, China, and The United States are all scheduled to reach Mars this month after launching from Earth last summer.
A new creation from scientists at EPFL (Switzerland) could possibly relieve the pressure of a damaged heart so that it can heal itself.
A group of scientists at MIT are making lab-grown wooden furniture. It is made by cultivating cells to divide and multiply into forms outside of their parent phylum, and the proof-of-concept study is a powerful first step towards finding alternatives to forestry.
On Tuesday, NASA’S Curiosity Rover celebrated the 3,000th day, or sols, on Mars. Curiosity landed on Mars on Aug. 6, 2012, and since the rover has been making new discoveries on its gradual climb up Mount Sharp.
In 2023 a wooden satellite will be launched into space to study how wood will hold up in the vacuum outside our atmosphere.