Scientists from the Brigham and Women's Hospital and MIT Eye & Ear have created a new method to create progenitor cells that can become hair cells to restore hearing loss.
Employees who have healthy sex life are more likely to be happier in their jobs and more engaged in the office.
Air pollution could influence infection-causing bacteria in the body, making them stronger and more resistant to antibiotics.
McCauley and his team recorded these fish near Western Australia for more than a year and identified that they are actually producing "different" choruses, like an album, at different points in time.
Stranger things are becoming reality in quantum mechanics.
The fossils, which was labeled "archaic Homo," share combined features of Neanderthals, earlier eastern Eurasian humans and modern humans.
Artificial life, up next?
Their paper published in journal Science notes that they were able to store 214 petabytes per gram of DNA.
Milos Petrovic from the University of Central Lancashire said that the new discovery will help in solving the mystery of how neurons are connected and how the brain works as a whole.
The world's growing population poses a lot of threats in various industries. Not only are there growing concerns about housing, but in the food industry as well. There might not be enough food to feed everyone in a few years' time. However, a scientist has a solution: what about lab-grown meat?
Jackfruits seeds could be used as a potential cheap substitute for processed cocoa beans in chocolate manufacturing.
This "crown of thorns" encircling the mouse brain just may be the source of all consciousness.
Researchers claim that that they may have uncovered what seems to be the oldest life on Earth embedded in rocks that survived for at least 3.7 billion years.
When people think of reptiles such as lizards and snakes, they know they are different from mammals because they lay eggs. Dinosaurs, also reptiles, are believed to be the same. But when scientists discovered a fossilized pregnant reptile, they are starting to question the trend.