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Science Advances

Scientific Journal

Science Advances is the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s (AAAS) open access multidisciplinary journal, publishing impactful research papers and reviews in any area of science, in both disciplinary-specific and broad, interdisciplinary areas. The mission of Science Advances is to provide fair, fast, and expert peer review to authors and a vetted selection of research, freely available to readers. Led by a team of distinguished scientists and allowing flexible article formats, Science Advances supports the AAAS mission by extending the capacity of Science magazine to identify and promote significant advances in science and engineering across a wide range of areas. The journal’s use of evolving digital publishing technologies plays a critical role in building and sustaining AAAS’s mission as a global participant and advocate for the communication and use of science to benefit humankind.

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Science Advances News

New technique to measure individual telomere lengths in 3 hours - 25-Sep-2020

Not just average length that is important, so full profile provides more clinical uses


VRK-1/AMPK cellular energy pathway linked to longer lifespan

New Atlas - 02-Aug-2020

Early days, but looking forward to seeing the results (in vivo) in mammals


Researchers successfully 3D-printed human-like ears in mice

New Scientist - 05-Jun-2020

Can potentially repair damaged cartilage in other parts of the human body


Follistatin gene therapy to combat osteoarthritis and obesity

Next Big Future - 16-May-2020

This new approach doubled muscle mass in mice, reduced its fat


Millions of mature human cells can be produced in a mouse embryo

Buffalo - 15-May-2020

These mouse models can be used to study about diseases such as malaria and COVID-19


DNA testing in a cheap, lightweight portable device

New Scientist - 22-Apr-2020

This 10 dollar device can give results in about one and half hours


New brain implant for neural recording provides more data, less tissue damage

Stanford School of Medicine - 23-Mar-2020

Thousands of single-neuron activities can be recorded as successfully tested in mice


Promoting in vitro angiogenesis using optoceutics

Drug Target Review - 01-Oct-2019

Visible light stimulates the formation of the new blood vessels


3D-printed living human tissues with vascular channels

Wyss Institute - 06-Sep-2019

Artificially grown human organs are the solution of the organ transplant shortage


Tooth enamel could be repaired

Guardian - 30-Aug-2019

In human teeth, the clusters had given rise to a crystalline layer within 48 hours


Bacteria causing gum disease may play a role in triggering Alzheimer's

NHS - 24-Jan-2019

Keeping your gum healthy may save you from Alzheimer's disease