Biomed engineers have demonstrated that, by injecting an artificial protein made from a solution of ordered and disordered segments, a solid scaffold forms in response to body heat, and in a few weeks seamlessly integrates into tissue — allowing them precise control of materials in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
The enigmatic and amusing message was apparently sent during the testing of an email newsletter platform, and it remains unclear how widely it was distributed.
For decades, Saudi Arabia has gotten a free pass from the US for its unabashed brutality. But Jamal Khashoggi’s alleged murder may finally be a step too far.
Rarely is US hypocrisy so cynical and overt as a recent US State Department investigation into ongoing violence in Myanmar, all while the US continues its full spectrum support of Saudi Arabia’s genocidal war on Yemen.
Psychoactive substances and drugs easily make their way into a British prison in Essex, where 42.6% of prisoners failed drugs tests, in what has been branded an epidemic by ombudswoman Elizabeth Moody.
Though a federal judge ruled recently that it is too late for Georgia to switch to paper ballots ahead of the midterms, an advocacy group hopes that the same court will force Peach State officials to take several steps to make the upcoming elections more secure and transparent.
Counter to what was thought possible, the fault seems to have broken clean through the entire tectonic plate.
Scientists have reported the first ever discovery of a moon orbiting around an ‘exoplanet’ – a planet that exists outside of the Earth’s solar system.
259 people have died while taking photos of themselves in the last 6 years, exceeding those killed by sharks this year, according to a new study — and scientists are warning that we need ‘no-selfie zones’.
The 18-year-old Aldi Novel Adilang survived 49 days in a floating fishing trap after its ropes snapped and broke loose from the seabed during a storm.