Posts Tagged ‘science’

Researchers aim to ‘print’ human skin

A recent report on CNN tells about the efforts of researchers to develop a specialized skin “printing” system. The device could be used to rebuild damaged or burned skin. In future it could be used to treat soldiers wounded on the battlefield. Work is going on at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine. The […]

Falling In Love Hits The Brain Like Cocaine Does

Falling in love affects intellectual areas of the brain and triggers the same sensation of euphoria experienced by people when they take cocaine, researchers from Syracuse University reveal in an article in Journal of Sexual Medicine. The study, called “The Neuroimaging of Love” found that several euphoria-inducing chemicals, such as vasopression, adrenaline, oxytocin and dopamine […]

Scientists Find New Species in Papua New Guinea

A thumbnail-sized frog with a long snout, a brilliant green katydid with bright pink eyes and a mouse with a white-tipped tail are among 200 species scientists have discovered in the remote mountains of Papua New Guinea. Read more at abc News.

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