Category Archives: applied science

Bioprinting complex living tissue in just a few seconds

I was just reading this article and these words struck me: an optical technique that takes just a few seconds to sculpt complex tissue shapes in a biocompatible hydrogel containing stem cells. The resulting tissue can then be vascularized by … Continue reading

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SENOLYTICS could be it.

Is saying goodbye to senescent cells a hello to rejuvenation? Continue reading

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Revivification News During Easter Week

An interesting collision of science news and religious holy days took place this past week. While the Christian world got ready to observe Easter, remembering how Jesus was executed and then resurrected, the world of Science was announcing the cellular … Continue reading

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Augmented Autistics With Super Power Glasses

I was going to use the title Applied Emotional State Decoding Aids Autistics or something similar but that wasn’t as catchy . . . As we grow we learn about the world around us. A large part of the world … Continue reading

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Epigenetics and Memory

Excitatory signals, are an essential part of working memory. Disrupt them and you affect memory. In Alzheimer’s Disease a lot of glutamate receptors are down regulated or lost and that disrupts excitatory signals. Why? The villain of the piece is … Continue reading

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Do AIs See Animals In Cloud Shapes?

I’ll tell you up front that I don’t have the answer to the question posed in the title. It’s a question I’ve wondered about for a while now though. When humans look up at a cloudy sky they often see … Continue reading

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Another Astounding Agent of Change

The other day I caught an article on ScienceDaily about a major (in my mind) advance in plant biology and just had to blog about it so you’d hear about it too. That was about making plants up to 40% … Continue reading

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