Maybe they could give us all wings next? In a new study, scientists have successfully grown "mini-antlers" on mice heads by implanting deer cells. This breakthrough research provides a glimpse into how mammals can regenerate cells, and could potentially lead to new regenerative medicine therapies for humans. Antlers are one of the fastest regenerating tissues in the … [Read more...] about Scientists Successfully Grow Mini-Antlers on Mice Heads Using Deer Cells: A New Path for Regenerative Medicine?
Many people have the misconception that Romania is the home to vampires, werewolves, and other spooky, fantastical monsters. However, the nation is truly home to a more enigmatic object, and it is not simply a myth. When you learn about one of the world's most bizarre artifacts, known as "Living Stones," it will have you scratching your head. It may be located in a small town … [Read more...] about Romanian Mysterious Stones Grow and Move on Their Own
You'll never guess what they look like 😱 After their mother went away, Rocky, Chip, and Brownie were taken into the Helping Hands Humane Society (HHHS) Topeka. Little background information on the three little puppies was provided to the rescue. They just knew that they required assistance, and that was sufficient. The puppies were barely a week old and need bottle … [Read more...] about Rescue Puppy From The Same Litter All Grow Up To Look So Totally Different
Mice on the rainy side of the Andes grow much bigger than those in on the drier side, and the difference may reveal a previously unnoticed law of nature. Carl Bergmann discovered that animals in higher latitudes are larger than those in equatorial regions. "What about very tropical elephants and hippopotami?" you might ask, but Bergmann was thinking about differences within … [Read more...] about Mice Grow Larger On The Rainier Side of The Mountains, Revealing a Possible New Natural Law
After we've overcome all of the obstacles to traveling to Mars, we'll have to find out how to make life there viable - and producing and nurturing food will be a big part of that. If you've watched Matt Damon's hardships in the film The Martian, you'll know that the red planet's terrain could theoretically grow food, a possibility supported by NASA research. However, it … [Read more...] about A New Study Discovers That This Is the First Plant We Should Grow on Mars