A new research discovered that acorn worms, arguably human's closest invertebrate relative, are able to regenerate every major part of their body.
Scientists are currently in pursuit of treatments that could overcome multiple heart diseases including the dreaded broken heart syndrome.
Scientists have grown stem cells that could grow new cartilage on the hip, which could provide an alternative to hip replacement surgery.
A recent study induced flatworms to grow the heads and brains of other species, by changing the cell communication and not by altering the genomic sequence. This, they say, could lead to birth-defect findings and other learnings.
Lizards may be the key to unlocking the mystery of limb regeneration, according to new research.
Researcher Leonid Moroz and fellow scientists are studying a fascinating translucent sea creature that has regenerating abilities on a floating laboratory off the Florida Keys in hopes of finding clues to genetics and spinal cord regeneration.