Science

The latest in science news, from the depths of space to the quantum realm.

Camera captures the world as animals see it, with up to 99% accuracy

January 25, 2024
It’s easy to forget that most animals don’t see the world the way humans do. In fact, many perceive colors that are invisible to us. But now, for the first time, scientists have found a way to capture footage as seen by animals, and it's mesmerizing.

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Medical

  • Mice created with full human immune systems for the first time

    July 08, 2024
    For the first time, scientists have successfully created a mouse with a 100% functional human immune system and microbiome. This 'humanized' mouse takes the guesswork out of research and may revolutionize how we test new drugs and understand diseases.
  • Talc "probably" causes cancer, WHO agency finds

    July 08, 2024
    The World Health Organization's cancer research agency has delivered a damning report on the soft mineral talc, calling it "probably" carcinogenic to humans, in particular powders that have been contaminated with asbestos during the mining process.
  • Sleep studies simplified: Gold-standard results with far less wiring

    July 04, 2024
    Sleep studies provide a lot of important information but aren’t very patient-friendly. So, researchers redesigned the process, eliminating the multitudes of wires normally used while producing results that are on par with the current gold-standard method.
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