Tag: biotechnology

Nanoparticle Injection Gives Mice Night Vision To See In Infrared

An experiment enabled mice to see through near-infrared light using nanoparticles. Mammals can only process images with shorter wavelengths or those visible through the naked eye.

Material Science March 2, 2019

Can The Dead Be Resurrected? This Philadelphia-Based Biotech Company Will Try

Do we humans have the capability to bring back the dead? A U.S. company aims to do that through its groundbreaking project on 20 brain-dead patients.

Biotech May 4, 2016

Scientist Call For Moratorium On Human Genome Editing: The Dangers Of Using CRISPR To Create 'Designer Babies'

Gene editing biotechnology known as CRISPR-Cas9 lets scientists alter genes in animals and plants rapidly and inexpensively. Experts expressed worry about the risks and potential abuse for this human gene editing tool for creating "designer babies."

Life December 6, 2015

Future Of Romantic Relationships Could Lie On DNA Matching, Virtual Dates And Wearable Technology

Full-sensory virtual dates, behavior-based matching and wearable technology are some things to anticipate in human dating and relationships by 2040. These are the findings of an Imperial College London study commissioned by dating site eHarmony.

November 30, 2015

How This Tiny Robot Can Mimic A Water Strider And Jump On Water [Video]

A new tiny robot developed by international experts can mimic a water strider and jump on water. The researchers were able to successfully determine just how such invention was able to successfully imitate natural mechanisms.

August 1, 2015

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