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Researchers operate lab-grown heart cells by remote control
Researchers at University of California (UC) San Diego School of Medicine and their collaborators have developed a technique that allows them to speed up or slow down human heart cells growing in a dish on command — simply by shining a light on them and varying its intensity.
Researchers may have figured out toxic, lime green lizard blood
The blood of a unique group of lizards in New Guinea runs green, a bright lime green, thanks to the excess of biliverdin, a green bile pigment, flowing through their veins.
Researchers create a 3D-printed smart gel that walks underwater, moves objects
Engineers from Rutgers University-New Brunswick have created a 3D-printed smart gel that walks underwater and grabs objects and moves them.
Researchers crowdsource brain mapping with gamers, discover six new neuron types
With the help of a quarter-million video game players, Princeton researchers have created and shared detailed maps of more than 1,000 neurons — and they're just getting started.
Researchers sucked a memory out of snail  and stuck it in another snail
A new study strongly suggested that at least some memories are stored in genetic code, and that genetic code can act like memory soup. Suck it out of one animal and stick the code in a second animal, and that second animal can remember things that only the first animal knew.
Researchers release annual burned area map at 30m resolution
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has recently released a global annual burned area map at 30 meters resolution.
Researchers find that lipid accumulation in brain may be an early sign of Parkinson's
A collaborative team of researchers at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, and Oxford University has found that elevated levels of certain types of lipids (fat molecules) in the brain may be an early sign of Parkinson's disease (PD).
Electrogates offer stop-and-go control in microfluidics
Although microfluidics devices have a wide variety of uses, from point-of-care diagnostics to environmental analysis, one major limitation is that they cannot be modified for different uses on the fly, since their flow paths are set during fabrication. In a new study, researchers have addressed this limitation by designing electrogates that can regulate the flow of liquid at different points along the microchannel — a process that can be entirely controlled with a smartphone.
Researchers develop new vaccine for post-surgical cancer therapy
Chinese scientists have developed a tumor vaccine that can effectively inhibit the recurrence and metastasis of post-surgical cancer.
Researchers develop transparent patch to detect dangerous food threats
Is that meat still good? Are you sure? Researchers from McMaster University have developed a test to bring certainty to the delicate but critical question of whether meat and other foods are safe to eat or need to be thrown out.
Researchers find friends of friends reveal hidden online traits
At a time when social network privacy — or the lack of it — is headline news, two Stanford researchers have some sobering findings about how personal data is becoming increasingly difficult to hide if we have any public presence online.
Researchers develop nanoparticle films for high-density data storage
As we generate more and more data, the need for high-density data storage that remains stable over time is becoming critical.
Researchers uncover protein used to outsmart human immune system
A researcher from University of Maryland (UMD) has uncovered a mechanism by which the bacteria that causes Lyme disease persists in the body and fights your early, innate immune responses.
Researchers measure gene activity in single cells
For biologists, a single cell is a world of its own: It can form a harmonious part of a tissue, or go rogue and take on a diseased state, like cancer.
Researchers identify over 500 genes related to intelligence
Some 538 genes that play a role in intellectual ability have been identified by a team of international researchers, according to a study released by the University of Edinburgh.

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