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Stanford researchers have successfully used mouse stem cells and fibroblasts to re-create the creature's inner ear cells - right down to the tiny hairs that sense vibrations. The breakthrough could pave the way to the development of therapies for human hearing loss.

Stanford researchers have successfully used mouse stem cells and fibroblasts to re-create the creature's inner ear cells - right down to the tiny hairs that sense vibrations. The breakthrough could pave the way to the development of therapies for human hearing loss.

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There's a rather interesting entry on Science Life today about the future of vaccines. Rob Mitchum writes: A revolution in the scientific approach to creating …

Well, it's not really your whole genome, but local biotech company 23andMe is having a today-only fire sale on their complete genetic testing package: from …

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It's already been established that sleep is beneficial for memory performance, but new research appearing in Current Biology shows that dreaming might also help people …