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Scientists create cancer-resistant mouse chimeras that age 25% slower

A team of researchers from the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre have developed a method for creating a sort of ‘super mouse’ that’s slimmer, cancer resistant, and lives 25% longer than regular mice. Astonishingly, this feat’s been accomplished without gene therapy. Rather than cut and paste genes together to create a designer mouse, the researchers …

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Scientists are baffled by a mysterious yellow blob with ‘720 sexes’

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video A zoo in Paris has got scientists scratching their heads after revealing a strange organism known only as the ‘blob’. The living organism appears to be a slimy mould, but experts say it acts like an animal. …

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Scientists Want to Implant Mini Human Brains in Animals

SubstanceP/Getty Images It sounds like something out of a 1980s horror movie, but medical researchers are now able to transplant human “mini-brains,” also known as brain organoids, into animals like rats. As gruesome as it may sound to implant human brain tissue into animals, this research provides a way to safely research diseases and health …

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Scientists Discover 20 New Moons Around Saturn

An artist’s conception of the 20 newly discovered moons orbiting Saturn. These discoveries bring the planet’s total moon count to 82, surpassing Jupiter for the most in our solar system. Illustration is courtesy of the Carnegie Institution for Science. Saturn image is courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute. Starry background courtesy of Paolo Sartorio/Shutterstock. Astronomers using …

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Scientists ‘must be allowed to cry’ about climate change and the destruction of nature

A coral ‘rubblefield’ in South Sulawesi, Indonesia, that has been severely damaged by illegal dynamite fishing (Image: Tim Gordon) The destruction of the natural world is proving to be heartbreaking for many sensitive souls. So now scientists have said that it’s totally OK to cry when faced with climate change and the other ravages wrought …

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