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Education

Simple Psychological Tricks Boost Confidence Before Exams For Better Grades

Andrea D. Steffen
“Psychological interventions that improve grades could ultimately help keep more low-income students in the sciences,” says Christopher Rozek, a psychologist at Stanford University and lead author of the study, published in the Proceedings of the
Health

Nature Reveals A Way For Our Body To Self Destroy Cancer

Andrea D. Steffen
Within each and every cell of your body is an embedded kill switch reports a Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine study. Its function serves to cause the self-destruction of cells that become cancerous. When
Health

Study Proves Exercise Has A Beneficial Effect On Gut Bacteria Composition

Andrea D. Steffen
A person’s microbiome is the diverse population of microbes (bacteria) that live in their gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Any disruption to the normal, healthful balance of bacteria in the microbiome can cause the immune system to
Innovation Nature Technology

Scientists 3D print biohybrid animal with rat heart cells, gold and rubber

Aaron Jackson
Scientists genetically engineered and 3D printed a biohybrid using rat heart cells, gold and rubber, opening the door to lifelike robots, artificial intelligence, and cyborgs. The biohybrid could be mistaken for a baby ray. The

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