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The entrepreneur dreaming of a factory of unlimited organs

Printing lungs United says that it is now building a new, germ-proof pig facility, which will be ready in 2023 and...

Ancient DNA analysis: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2023

Today, scientists can even analyze microscopic traces of DNA found in dirt Neanderthals urinated in—no teeth or bones required. In November, the...

How scientists want to make you young again

A little over 15 years ago, scientists at Kyoto University in Japan made a remarkable discovery. When they added just four proteins to...

Inside the enigmatic minds of animals

In stating his ambition to “explore their senses to better understand their lives,” Yong is true to his word. A longtime staffer...

The bird is fine, the bird is fine, the bird is fine, it’s dead

Most of these trials are going to fail, Kirkland said. Most trials do. “People should try to be dispassionate, even though everyone...

When you lose weight, where does it go?

We use energy all the time, whether we’re running, eating, or sleeping. The energy we use at rest—to pump blood, digest food,...

The debate over whether aging is a disease rages on

Ming Guo, the director of UCLA’s Aging Center, likes this revision for its accuracy—and its potential. “It acknowledges aging and offers the opportunity...

Why the sci-fi dream of cryonics never died

The environment was something of a shift for Drake, who had spent the previous seven years as the medical response director of...

Embryos could count as people too in our post-Roe world

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Inside the race to make human sex cells in the lab

But there are other hurdles—some so challenging that many scientists have given up. For one thing, nudging the stem cells in the...

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