A 99-million years piece of amber was found in the north of Myanmar by researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
There is increased hope for sufferers of Huntington disease, thanks to a new drug called HTTRx.
Tomorrow’s plastic really could be 100% recyclable: a new type of plastic, when simply dipped into an acidic solution at room temperature, decomposes until it “returns” to its basic elements.
Fecal microbiota transplant (or FMT, in short) is achieving significant results in a very different field: autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
Museums act as true and proper hubs of knowledge, encouraging dialogue between cultures and inviting visitors to co-create, share and interact.