The question of what the Tully monster is remains up in the air.
The new vaccine, developed by investigators from the University of Pennsylvania, has a consistent 100-percent success rate at protecting mice and monkeys from the virus.
There are 500 million people around the world with genital herpes. This new vaccine has the potential to end the pandemic.
Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania may have finally found a way to get skin to regenerate using fat cells. According to the researchers, it all lies in regenerating the hair follicles first. The fat will be regenerating after the follicles start to heal.
The future of gene editing is slowly approaching great promise. Recent developments surrounding CRISPR/Cas9 showed its efficiency and promise in correcting disease-causing mutations. For the first time, it was used to develop a dual gene therapy to treat hemophilia B in mice, which normally leads to a defective clotting protein.
New research studies have indicated that there are better means of finding out whether a person is lying or not. A research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has discovered that certain indicators in the brain can be used to detect lying using scans from a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
Puppy genetics take a leap with a new medical breakthrough. A recent study revealed that a lot of canine hereditary disorders are more widespread than originally believed.
Although colonies of Florida carpenter ants have designated roles, researchers managed to turn foraging ants into scouts with the use of epigenetic drugs. This suggests social behavior is not necessarily based on an individual's genetics.
Small fish dominated oceans following a mass extinction 359 million years ago. This suggests small fish actually have an evolutionary advantage over larger marine predators.