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Biology & Aging

The fact that they eat a lot – and often – may explain why most people and other mammals are protected from the majority of fungal pathogens,...
Plants may not have eyes and ears, but they can recognize their siblings, and researchers at the University of Delaware have discovered how....
Ever wonder how your eyes adjust during a blackout? When we go from light to near total darkness, cells in the retina must quickly adjust. Vision...
In new papers appearing this month in Science and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, University of Illinois biochemistry professor...
The world will miss its agreed target to stem biodiversity loss by next year, according to experts convening in Cape Town for a landmark conference...
Infectious diseases currently cause about one-third of all human deaths worldwide, more than all forms of cancer combined. Advances in cell biology...
Would an ageless society be a more humane society? Aubrey de Grey explains why he believes that, when we defeat aging, the world will band together...
Scientists at The Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee have successfully produced liver cells from patients' skin cells opening the possibility...
For centuries, the standard approach of science has been to understand nature by breaking it down into smaller and smaller pieces. There are problems...
An F1000 evaluation looks at a Canadian study on how giving caffeine to newborn rats has a long-lasting and detrimental effect on sleep and breathing...

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