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When Tina Gibson got married seven years ago, the 26-year-old knew it was unlikely that she would have children naturally. Her husband, 33-year-old Benjamin Gibson, had cystic fibrosis, a condition that can make men infertile, the couple told CNN.
In a historic move, the Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved a pioneering gene therapy for a rare form of childhood blindness, the first such treatment cleared in the United States for an inherited disease.
The US federal government has lifted an enforced moratorium on funding research into how to make viruses deadlier and more transmissible.
Our Solar System was recently introduced to the first interstellar object in late October.
Medical techniques for looking inside our bodies have come a long way, but in the future it looks like doctors may be able to see absolutely everything going on under our skin.
And could one day apply the buffers.
Human trials are on the cards.
Number crunching for magnet making.
Researchers have achieved a major turning point in the quest for efficient desalination by announcing the invention of a graphene-oxide membrane that sieves salt right out of seawater.
The biological muse.
It’s official, time crystals are real.
There’s work to be done.
Einstein might have been wrong.
A potential life-changer for 37 million people.
Physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory revealed their plan for a next generation fusion device in a paper published in the journal Nuclear Fusion.
San Francisco startup is set to release a robotic device that folds laundry it for you. Called FoldiMate, it uses sensors and ‘arms’ for professionally folded garments — and for $700 to $850.
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It could filter carbon emissions out of the air.
This could change the way we see the world.
A blood test with zero injections.
An analysis of blood samples taken from Ebola patients in Africa has revealed that the virus is definitely mutating, but it’s not yet clear if that means it’s becoming more contagious.