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Science

Peer-reviewed academic online journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

The Science family of journals is published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world’s oldest and largest general science organization. It serves 10 million people through primary memberships and affiliations with 262 scientific societies and academies.

Science was first published in 1880, is currently circulated weekly and has a subscriber base of around 130,000.

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Science News

New study reversed paralysis and repaired spinal cord injuries in mice

Science Focus - 12-Nov-2021

For decades, a major challenge for scientists is central nervous system. That don't have signifi...

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Rockfish that lives more than 200 years unveiled genes for longevity

Scientific American - 11-Nov-2021

Insights on longer-living species could offer the targets for extending lifespan in humans

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Reversible reprogramming regenerates cardiac tissue after a heart attack

Endpoints News - 23-Sep-2021

Possibility of regeneration: A boon to the broad rejuvenation field

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OMEGA, a new powerful gene-editing system similar to CRISPR or so much better

New Atlas - 16-Sep-2021

Potential RNA-guiding enzymes that are capable of editing and modifying DNA in human cells

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Scientists uncover patterns of metabolism in humans across the life course

BBC - 13-Aug-2021

Metabolism remained same throughout the mid-life and starts to decline only at 60 years

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Latest AI tool predicts proteins structures in just 10 minutes

SciTechDaily - 17-Jul-2021

Freely accessible software from GitHub to help scientists speedup their research process

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Suppressing bacterial hydrogen sulfide can make potent antibiotics

Phys.org - 10-Jun-2021

Enhancement of bactericidal effect at the same antibiotic dose

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Sense of touch improved performance of a robotic arm

Medgadget - 21-May-2021

Brain implants enabled sensory and motor feedback to robotic arm, resembling human abilities

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NMN improved muscle glucose uptake in prediabetic women

Medical Xpress - 22-Apr-2021

Further studies to confirm clinical benefits of this anti-aging compound in a large sample

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Wild Biotech's unique database maps new targets for human diseases

Longevity Technology - 29-Mar-2021

Huge database of wildlife gut microbiota could screen potential therapies within days

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Building digital twins for effective & personalized medicine

Science - 12-Mar-2021

Computer models to predict disease prognosis, health care needs, and fight future pandemics

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Lab grown bile duct organoids could restore liver health in humans

Medical Xpress - 18-Feb-2021

Cholangiocyte-based therapy repairs bile ducts, offers hope to repair damaged donor livers

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Stool transplants help skin cancer patients respond to immunotherapy

Guardian - 04-Feb-2021

Poop to pill: fecal transplants restore healthy gut microbes boosting immunity to fight cancer

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Regenerating eyes could be a reality

ScienceAlert - 08-Oct-2020

Temporarily reactivating dormant genes could allow body to repair and regrow retinal cells

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Novel ageing pathway slows ageing of yeast cells in silico

CNN - 21-Jul-2020

It's a long way to go to having an effect in humans in vivo, but an interesting approach

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Boosting Gpld1 protein could have same benefits as exercise

Medical Xpress - 09-Jul-2020

I'm sure there's more to exercise than this, but an interesting start to a potential wonder drug

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Scientists can control target nerve cells in living nematodes

New Scientist - 19-Mar-2020

Until now there has been no way to control only a selected group of nerve cells

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Small molecule oral drug could treat influenza A

Phys.org - 11-Mar-2019

Targets seasonal and pandemic strains of flu

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Threefold increase in asteroid strikes over last 300m years

Guardian - 17-Jan-2019

Now every million years... do due one any day now!

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Photosynthesis fix boosts crop growth by 40%

Independent - 04-Jan-2019

More efficient photorespiration pathway could result in greater crop production

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