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Scientists engineer red-eyed mutant wasps
If you see red-eyed jewel wasps buzzing about Southern California, don't be alarmed, they're just mutant wasps created by lab scientists at the University of California, Riverside (UCR).
Scientists develop 3D-printed patch that could help heal broken heart
US biomedical researchers have developed a new 3D-bioprinted patch that shows potential of helping heal scarred heart tissue after a heart attack.
Scientists suppress protein, extend lives of mice with ALS
A recent discovery in mice might one day lead to a new approach for treating people with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
New Horizons spacecraft helps scientists measure brightness of Universe
Scientists have struggled to define the upper limit of the cosmic optical background, the total amount of light produced by all of the galaxies in the Universe.
Scientists look for life's building blocks in outer space
Scientists have long theorized comets delivered key ingredients for life on Earth. Scientists in Germany are currently testing the theory.
Scientists discover atmosphere around distant Earth-like planet
Astronomers have detected an atmosphere around the super Earth-like planet GJ 1132b, a discovery which could help pave the way to finding life outside our solar system.
Scientists announce breakthrough in stem cell research
Scientists have already successfully developed pluripotent stem cells in the lab, cells which can form any type of tissue. Totipotent stem cells are the pinnacle for stem cell scientists, however. And for the first time, researchers have found a way to engineer them.
Scientists engineer sugarcane to produce biodiesel
A multi-institutional team led by the University of Illinois have proven sugarcane can be genetically engineered to produce oil in its leaves and stems for biodiesel production. Surprisingly, the modified sugarcane plants also produced more sugar, which could be used for ethanol production.
Scientists uncover parental behavior of glassfrogs
Researchers at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute documented previously unknown parental-care behavior of translucent glassfrogs in a recent study.
British scientists in world-first TB breakthrough
British scientists have made a world-first breakthrough in the diagnosis of tuberculosis.
Scientists measure Earth's rotational forces with underground laser gyroscope
Scientists are preparing to measure the inertial rotation of Earth using an underground laser-based gyroscope.
Scientists develop new surface finishing for 3D-printing
Researchers at Waseda University in Japan developed a process they say dramatically improves the quality of 3D-printed resin products.
Iran: Israel killing nuclear scientists in Mideast
Iran’s envoy to the United Nations’ atomic agency said the Israeli regime has hired hit men to assassinate nuclear scientists all over the Middle East, and yet continues to receive nuclear cooperation from certain countries.
Scientists plan to bring back Mars' oceans
Mars isn't particularly habitable to humans at the moment, but NASA's latest brainstorm could one day bring back the planet's beaches — or at least some of its oceans, Engadget reported.
Graphene can help scientists capture, analyze cells
A new cell analysis method developed by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology could allow simple sheets of graphene oxide to function as a diagnostics device for medical and biological tests.

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