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Grown In One Species, Organ Transplant Helps Cure Another

From left to right: A rat-mouse chimera, unchanging rodent and unchanging mouse. The rat-mouse illusion was generated by injecting rodent iPS cells into a rodent embryo. (Credit: Tomoyuki Yamaguchi) An interspecies transplant incited out to be an effective heal in diabetic mice, bringing the awaiting of flourishing made-to-order human viscera in other …

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Cats’ memories may be as good as dogs.

Photo: flickr/Bernhard Tinner Cats and dogs don’t have many things in common, but according to this study, their ability to remember events competence be one of them. Here, the researchers tested either cats could remember information from a singular past event. To do so, the scientists first let the cats …

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NASA Astronauts Will Don New ‘Boeing Blues’ Spacewear

Astronaut Chris Ferguson looks like a man on a goal in the new suit. (Credit: Boeing) NASA’s astronauts will be looking a little blue in the nearby future—because of their distinguished new attire. Boeing has introduced a line of sleeker, smarter and maybe most-noticeably, bluer spacewear. The suits, nick-named the “Boeing …

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If you fund it, they may come

Raiders of the stretched budget ALONG with framed family photos and repository articles trumpeting his career, fifteen shovels accoutre the walls of Steve Sisolak’s office. As the chair of the Clark County Commission, Mr Sisolak presides over many groundbreakings. He hopes to shortly supplement a trowel to the wall to …

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Teaching economics

TEACHERS for maths, scholarship and for special and bilingual preparation have prolonged been tough to find and keep. Filling dull slots in farming and in low-achieving civic districts is not easy either. This is not new, but districts, states and colleges are devising new ways to tackle the problem. Some …

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The Doomsday Clock now reads two and a half mins to midnight

THE mystic time is ticking. On Jan 26th, the Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, in conference with the Bulletin’s Board of Sponsors and its 15 Nobel laureates, denounced its latest Doomsday Clock. The stream time: two and a half mins to midnight. The Bulletin, which …

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Donald Trump backs two big oil pipelines

“From this day brazen all fight between the parties to this agreement shall perpetually cease.” So starts the Fort Laramie Treaty, which leaders of the Sioux sealed in 1868 with the United States government. On Jan 24th the fight threatened to restart—at slightest in the courts. In one of his …

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Trust me, I’m the president

WHEN Richard Nixon’s presidency began his attorney-general gave this piece of recommendation to reporters: “Watch what we do, not what we say.” In his first week in bureau the 45th boss pronounced copiousness to comfort loyalists and obscure foes with his impracticable and disorientating lies. The press corps dwelt on …

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