Scientists grew collagen from rats' tails and cartilage from cows' ears in a mold to create a life-like prosthetic.
By The Scientist Staff | March 25, 2013
BPoD, Alyssa Reiffel, PLoS ONE 8(2): e56506
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March 25, 2013
With no blood vessels to keep this thing viable, after a little while flapping in the dry air, all that is left is a very, very expensive rawhide chewy for Fido.
By Jenny Rood
Members of a previously uncontacted Venezuelan tribe have the most diverse microbiomes yet described.
By Jef Akst
Dog owners bond with their four-legged friends via the same hormonal pathways through which human mothers bond with their babies.
By Anna Azvolinsky
The body’s circadian rhythm has more of an effect on glucose tolerance than one’s eating and sleeping patterns, a study shows.
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