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Nobel Prize Winning Scientists Reflect on Nearly Sleeping Through the Life ...
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Dr. Chalfie and his team won the Nobel for taking the ability of some jellyfish to glow green and transforming it into a ubiquitous tool of molecular biology to watch the dance of living cells and the proteins within them. Credit Hiroko Masuike/The New ...
Student scientists study local jellyfish
Perry Central's STEAM Science Team took a field trip late this summer for a project they had worked on in class. A select group of Commodores got to leave school for the day and venture to the waters of Celina Lake to test the conditions of the jelly ...
Novel tag developed for squid, jellyfish
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In a paper published September 28, 2015, in Animal Biotelemetry, the team reports on the results of the initial tag attachments to squid and jellyfish in the lab and the signature behavior measurements recorded. Researchers have been using digital ...
Scientists develop a way for 3-D printers to create things as soft as jellyfish
Scientists at the University of Florida developed a way to print soft, delicate, detailed structures from a 3D printer, an advance that is already helping neurosurgeons and cancer researchers. Typical 3D printers use melted plastic to draw a solid ...
This Incredible Machine Draws 3D Objects Out of Living Human Cells
3-D printing soft matter: UF discovery leads to new engineering discipline
Complaint filed with FTC against Prevagen jellyfish memory supplement
But an investigation by ad watchdogTINA.org has found that the company does not have reliable scientific evidence to back up its claim and the organization has filed a deceptive advertising complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. "Aging Americans ...
What Were These Weird, Glowing Jellyfish Clouds Over Costa Rica?
An odd, glowing, jellyfish-looking cloud phenomenon was seen over several Costa Rican cities earlier this week. While it's uncommon, it's not unnatural, so no need to ditch everything and hide in a bunker just yet. Jessie Montealegre captured some ...
At Le Laboratoire, jellies tell the story of the oceans' woes
Struck by Gershwin's work, Edwards discussed jellyfish blooms with Dion. The artist, who is known for blurring the lines between art and science in his work, had attended the opening of the first Le Laboratoire in Paris in 2007. They had talked of ...
Tiny 'Jellyfish' Team Up for Multi-Jetpack Swimming
"The others eventually realign themselves to fill the gap, and there is no loss in swimming capability," Sutherland told Live Science. The study also found that a nectophore's age and size determined its role in the colony's propulsion. Nectophores ...
The future of food: from jellyfish salad to lab-grown meat
It's not the first attempt to find a solution to the issue of peanut allergies. Scientists have explored several GM techniques, including interfering with cellular processes that generate the problem proteins, while non-GM approaches include soaking ...
Future foods: Vegan cheese, lab-grown meat, and jellyfish salad
Appeal for help as tides of venomous jellyfish wash up on Northumberland beaches
Vast numbers of jellyfish sightings off Britain's coasts are puzzling scientists - and walkers who have stumbled across them on North East beaches. The huge barrel jellyfish, which is shaped like a dustbin lid, is being seen in record amounts for the ...
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