Stem cell transplants may halt progression of multiple sclerosis

Three-year outcomes from an ongoing clinical trial suggest that high-dose immunosuppressive therapy followed by

Object-Recognition
‘Smart’ computer network matches primate brain qualities

A team of neuroscientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has

Headache may be only symptom of brain tumour

Headache could be the only symptom of brain tumour in many cases, say researchers, suggesting.

mitochondrial DNA
Novel DNA test could identify risk of frailty

New research from the Johns Hopkins University suggests that the quantity of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA).

synaptically connected neurons
Neuron transmission observed live for the first time

Using a new approach that combines genetics with the physics of light, researchers have observed.

Modern genetics confirm ancient relationship between fins and hands

Paleontologists have documented the evolutionary adaptations necessary for ancient lobe-finned fish to transform pectoral

Even thinking about exercise makes your muscles stronger

Though exercise lovers would never believe this, according to researchers from Ohio University

Our ancestors had stronger bones, says study

Researchers have found that low-bone density is a modern phenomenon caused probably by humans’ shift.

New genes responsible for rare disorders identified

Sequencing DNA and comparing the clinical characteristics of over 1,000 children, researchers have identified

Human cells can ‘feel’ neighbours with fingers

Human cells have finger-like projections that they use to feel their surroundings, says a study,.