Scientists have designed a new model to identify which organisms are capable of consuming other cells through a process called phagocytosis.
New phagocytosis model predicts which cells can eat other cells
Although mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones let us communicate, work and access information wirelessly, their batteries must still be charged by plugging them in to an outlet.
Using a laser to wirelessly charge a smartphone safely across a room
Scientists have identified 15 new genes that influence the development of a person's facial features.
Study reveals 15 genes that influence face shape
The latest space-piercing concept launching from Earth: A commercial, one-rocket space station that could carry astronauts to low-earth orbit, the Moon and even Mars.
Bigelow shows off  bold plan that's out of this world
A dark storm on Neptune, once big enough to reach from Boston to Portugal, is dwindling to nothing as the Hubble Space Telescope keeps watch.
Scientists are able to see a giant storm on Neptune for the first time
Scientists have discovered evidence of the beginning of the Anthropocene, the newest geological epoch.
'Loneliest tree in the world' offers evidence of Anthropocene's beginning
Up to 65 percent of stroke survivors have trouble swallowing, and about a third of survivors have trouble carrying on conversations.
This stick-on patch could keep tabs on stroke patients at home
Scientists aiming to create an improved power supply for implantable devices have found inspiration in the form of a slippery sea creature, the electric eel.
Electric eel inspires new soft power source
Researchers have found that excess levels of calcium in brain cells may lead to the formation of toxic clusters that are the hallmark of Parkinson's disease.
Calcium may play a role in the development of Parkinson's disease
Thermoelectric materials can use thermal differences to generate electricity.
Converting heat into electricity with pencil and paper

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