|Complete skin regeneration system of fish unraveled|
Added: 23.07.2018 17:53 | 3 views | 0 comments
Researchers have succeeded in observing the behavior of epidermal cells for the regeneration of smooth skin without remaining scar tissue using their model animal, the zebrafish.
|Drawing inspiration from plants and animals to restore tissue|
Added: 23.07.2018 17:53 | 1 views | 0 comments
Researchers have developed new wound dressings that dramatically accelerate healing and improve tissue regeneration. The two different types of nanofiber dressings, described in separate papers, use naturally-occurring proteins in plants and animals to promote healing and regrow tissue.
|A hydrogel restores breathing after spinal cord injury in animal models|
Added: 23.07.2018 17:42 | 0 views | 0 comments
Lab tests demonstrate that a hydrogel could help repair damaged spinal nerves that control breathing, an advance that could eventually be developed into new patient treatment.
|California woman guilty of killing dog, throwing animal from parking garage|
Added: 22.07.2018 21:49 | 3 views | 0 comments
A San Francisco woman accused of killing a small dog and throwing its body off the seventh floor of a parking garage was convicted of animal cruelty Friday.
|Sly Cooper Animated Series Coming October 2019|
Added: 22.07.2018 20:17 | 3 views | 0 comments
"Out of nowhere on what is a pretty quiet Saturday we have learned that Sly Cooper is apparently getting a animated show next year."
|Injectable electronics offer powerful new tool in understanding how retinal cells work|
Added: 22.07.2018 17:58 | 5 views | 0 comments
For decades, scientists hoping to understand how the retina interprets visual input have often had to resort to invasive techniques to dissect the retina from the animal in an effort to record the cells' activity, but a new system could make it possible to track the firing patterns of dozens of cells chronically in awake animals.
|I am human, hear me roar: Judging formidability from human vocalizations|
Added: 22.07.2018 17:58 | 8 views | 0 comments
Many animals use vocalizations to judge one another's size and physical formidability when in competition for mates or other resources. Now, researchers have found that humans can use nonverbal vocal cues, including aggressive roars, in a similar way.
|Drunk Seagulls Spotted Throwing Up And Staggering On Southwest England Beaches|
Added: 22.07.2018 17:22 | 20 views | 0 comments
Southwest English beaches have become the spot for seagulls to hang out on for a gulls' night out.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals reports that they are being inundated with calls from concerned citizens after discovering disoriented birds. According to , the seagulls appear to have botulism, a bacterial disease which could be fatal, but upon further investigation, the animal welfare charity found that the seagulls are suffering from the effects of alcohol.
The concerned public is calling the RSPCA when they spot the birds on the beach. Often they are staggering around and confused. They found that after the animals vomit, they seem to recover, although a few have died.
|Robotic grabber catches squidgy deep sea animals without harming them|
Added: 22.07.2018 16:20 | 2 views | 0 comments
The deep sea is full of weird undiscovered creatures. A foldable robotic grabber captures them gently without causing damage
|Comic-Con 2018: New Netflix trailer for Matt Groening's Disenchantment|
Added: 22.07.2018 7:07 | 17 views | 0 comments
A princess, an elf and ogres galore. See more of Netflix's new animated show from the creator of The Simpsons.