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Students from the University of California San Francisco Discover Lungs New Function

University of California San Francis Study Discovers Lungs New Function

Mar 27, 2017 AM EDT A new study from University of California San Francisco reveals that lungs are not only for breathing. It functions the same as the bone marrow.

The Silver Layer That Can Revolutionize Consumer Electronics

University of Michigan Discovers Transparent Silver; A New Innovation For Touch Screen Displays

Mar 27, 2017 AM EDT Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a new material by combining silver and a tiny amount of aluminum to produce an exceptionally thin film of transparent silver that can be used ...

STEM Education gets additional funding for future Morehouse College Workforce

Cape Cod Schools Share $1 Million STEM Grant

Mar 26, 2017 AM EDT Project Lead The Way has been awarded with over a $1 million in grants to further STEM courses in Massachusetts K-12 schools that prioritizes them.

Physical Inactivity Among Teenagers

Physical Inactivity Among Teenagers May Result To Weak Bones [Video]

Mar 26, 2017 AM EDT Spending time in front of computers can have a bad effect on one's bone health. Physical inactivity can make bones weak.

Researchers find biomarker for higher multiple sclerosis risk

Medical University Researchers Find New Interaction Linked To Higher Multiple Sclerosis Risk

Mar 26, 2017 AM EDT Researchers have discovered a biological marker for people who have a high risk of developing MS.

Immigration And Border Security Issues Loom Heavy In Upcoming U.S. Elections

How Distance Affect Relationships, According To Study

Mar 26, 2017 PM EDT A recent study shows that proximity plays a vital role in choosing our love partners.

The Great Chocolate Debate

COSMOS Trial Seeks If Cocoa Is Good For Your Health

Mar 25, 2017 AM EDT Researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital initiated the COSMOS trials which aims to find answers to the age-old question of whether cocoa is good for you.

Urinalysis may soon replace biopsies for early detection of prostate cancer

WSU Researchers Find Non-Invasive Way To Diagnose Prostate Cancer

Mar 24, 2017 AM EDT The method involves a device to filter cellular information from blood and urine.

Sao Paulo Lab Produces Genetically-Modified Mosquitoes To Combat Zika Virus

New Study Suggests That Cancer Is Caused By Normal DNA Mistakes

Mar 26, 2017 PM EDT Doctors at the Johns Hopkins University Kimmel Cancer Center found out that only five percent of cancer situations are due to heredity.

Small Robots Used in Surgery

‘Tree-on-a-Chip’ Serves as Natural Power Source for Small Robots

Mar 24, 2017 AM EDT MIT engineers designed a chip that can imitate the hydraulic pumping of plants during osmosis. This will be inserted on small robots to make them move and perform tasks.

NASA’s Origami-Inspired Robot Explores Small Spaces

NASA Gives Rover An Origami-Inspired Robot Scout

Mar 24, 2017 AM EDT NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, California, designed an origami-inspired robot that can hitch a ride with a rover on future NASA missions.

A new smartphone device can finally measure men’s sperm count

Sperm Counter App Finally Available

Mar 23, 2017 PM EDT A new smartphone device can finally measure men’s sperm count.

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