Why do fish look down when they swim? Mystery finally solved
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Just as you might look down at the sidewalk as you walk, fish look downward when they swim, a new study has confirmed. The question is why?
- Aug 14, 2022
Cornea made from pig collagen restores 20/20 vision to blind, visually-impaired people
Researchers and entrepreneurs have developed an implant made of collagen protein from pig’s skin, which resembles the human cornea.
- Mar 16, 2022
New sabre-tooth predator precedes cats by millions of years
The lower jaw and teeth fossil offers a window into what the Earth was like during the Eocene Period, more than 40 million years ago.
- Sep 27, 2021
Hundreds march for right of animals to live with ‘decency and kindness’
Hundreds of animal rights protesters marched in San Francisco to demand the end of factory farming, chanting, “Humane slaughter is a lie!"
- Sep 1, 2021
Robot mimics the powerful punch of the mantis shrimp
Research answers long-standing biological questions, paves the way for small but mighty robots.
- Aug 31, 2021
International Space Station is growing human tissue to reduce the need for animal testing
We have shown that the path to producing human tissue in space is feasible, not only in theory, but in practice
- Aug 20, 2021
Leaping squirrels could help scientists develop more agile robots
Understanding the split-second decisions squirrels make as they jump from branch to branch will help scientists develop more agile robots
- Aug 18, 2021
Cities are making all mammals bigger according to a new study
Urbanization is causing many mammal species to grow bigger, possibly because of readily available food in places packed with people
- Jul 8, 2021
Russian Researchers Clone Cow To Produce Milk for Lactose Intolerant People
This experiment was carried out with an aim to produce hypoallergenic milk for those who are allergic to dairy products.
- Jun 22, 2021
Calamari in Space: NASA sends baby squid to the space station
Dozens of baby squid from Hawaii are in space for study. The baby Hawaiian bobtail squid (Euprymna scolopes) were raised in Hawaii
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