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Globally Genome Editing Market research provides qualitative insights on the key market shares, growth rates and market drivers for all important subsegments. DALLAS, May 12, 2015
The Calming Room provides children with a safe, enjoyable place and each piece of equipment at STAR Center is specifically selected to provide vestibular, proprioceptive and other sensory inputs
Although it is arguable as to whether plants have all five human senses – sight, scent, hearing, taste and touch – they do have a unique sense of gravity, which is being tested in space. Researchers with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency will conduct a second run of the Plant Gravity Sensing study after new supplies are delivered by the sixth SpaceX commercial resupply mission to theInternational Space Station. The research team seeks to determine how plants sense their growth...
Engineers from Germany and Japan have reportedly developed a new type of sensor that has led to the creation of an electric suit capable of giving humans a magnetic sixth-sense.
Thank goodness for your spinal cord on icy treks! In a recent study, professor Martyn Goulding and his colleagues explain that when we need to keep our balance on slick surfaces such as ice, there is a cluster of neurons in our spinal cords, which serve as a sort of “mini-brain.”
The timing of electrical pulse spikes in our brains as we sense something could lead to scientists imitating the brain's language to restore senses.
In dark or murky waters, fish are still able to navigate their environment thanks to a network of body sensors that detect changes in the water flow around them.
mRNA Delivery a Natural Fit for ZFN-mediated Genome Editing Which Requires Only Transient Expression to Achieve a Permanent Therapeutic Effect RICHMOND, Calif., Jan.
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.
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