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Indian researchers develop 3D bioprinted cartilage

Millions of people around the world suffer from degenerative joint diseases such as arthritis. Despite attempting for the last 30 years, scientists across the world have not been able to produce in the lab cartilage-like tissues that are functionally and structurally similar to cartilages seen in human knees and have load-bearing capacity. 627 more words


ஆபத்தை எச்சரிக்கும் தாவரங்கள்

ஒரு செடி, தனக்கு ஆபத்து ஏற்பட்டதும், அக்கம் பக்கத்திலுள்ள தாவரங்களை, பாதுகாப்பாக இருக்கும்படி எச்சரிக்கும் என்பதை தாவரவியல் விஞ்ஞானிகள் கண்டறிந்துள்ளனர். அமெரிக்காவிலுள்ள டிலாவேர் பல்கலைக்கழகத்தைச் சேர்ந்த விஞ்ஞானிகள், ஆய்வுக்கூடத்தில் (University of Delaware) கடுகு செடிகளை வைத்து இரண்டு ஆண்டுகள் செய்த ஆய்விற்குப் பின் இந்த முடிவுக்கு வந்துள்ளனர். 244 more words


Share Your Favorite Blogger!

So I wanted to do something different Thursday which was to share the link of a blogger you enjoy following that you think others would enjoy also. 52 more words


Checking in with Cassini

The Cassini spacecraft has completed 5 of its 22 final swoops, conducting a feverish rush of observations on the outbound segment.

This science program was the product of long planning and discussion, to try to jam in as much science as possible, and to take advantage of the unique opportunities of each minute of each orbit. 341 more words


The Descent and Ascent of Man

When Charles Darwin wrote The Descent of Man[i], the title was a play on words. In the context of the book, Darwin meant the word in the sense of “derivation from an ancestor”; “the fact or process of originating from an ancestral stock”; and/or “the shaping or development in nature and character by transmission from a source”. 1,412 more words